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March 15, 2019 | 50 songs

Thomas Rhett holds at #1 for a second week with "Look What God Gave Her". However, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is closing the gap with "Look Back At It", as it rises 5-2. J-pop group DA PUMP debuts at #9 with "Sakura". It is their first Top 10 hit ("U.S.A." peaked at #2). MAG!C☆PRINCE ties the record for most non-consecutive Top 10 weeks with kirstin's "Break a Little" (17 weeks).

Debuts come from Louis Tomlinson (RIP Félicité​), AKB48, Maren Morris, Kelsea Ballerini, and Norwegian singer Sigrid, who has her album 'Sucker Punch' impact. Speaking of Sigrid, "Strangers" just misses a re-entry into the Top 10, as it rises 40-11.

Continuing in the western dominance, western artists take the Top 5 for a third week in a row. Pop ties with J-pop for the top genre; however, Japan leads as the top country. 

Next week, look for A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie possibly taking the #1, to be the first rap/hip-hop #1 since October of 2018.


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3Same position as last week
Drake Bell - "The Plan" single cover artwork
9-9New this week
Da Pump - "Sakura" single cover artwork
102Up this week
Drake Bell - "Fuego Lento" single cover artwork
192Down this week
Daichi Miura - "Blizzard" single cover artwork
20Same position as last week
RHYMEBERRY - "Rap no Tetsujin" single cover artwork
213Down this week
Hikaru Utada featuring Skrillex - "Face My Fears" single cover artwork
22-22New this week
Louis Tomlinson - "Two of Us" single cover artwork
2511Down this week
CHANMINA - "I'm a Pop" single cover artwork
272Down this week
Keyakizaka46 - "Kuroi Hitsuji" single cover artwork
284Down this week
David Choi - "Exposed" single cover artwork
29Same position as last week
MAG!C☆PRINCE - "RUSH" single cover artwork
333Up this week
Walker Hayes - "90's Country" single cover artwork
37-37New this week
AKB48 - "Jiwaru DAYS" single cover artwork
39Same position as last week
RHYMEBERRY - "TOKYO Chewing Gum" single cover artwork
414Down this week
Kenshi Yonezu - "Lemon" single cover artwork
42-42New this week
AAA - "Egao no Rūpu" single cover artwork
491Up this week
Poppin'Party - "Girl's Code" single cover artwork
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Predictions for next week:

  1. Look Back At It (+1) - 9200 (+200)
  2. Look What God Gave Her (-1) - 8600 (-900)
  3. Sucker (+1) - 7500 (-300)
  4. Now That I Found You (+1) - 7200 (=)
  5. The Plan (-2) - 7000 (-1000)
  6. Sakura My Friends (=) - 6300 (+100)
  7. Undecided (=) - 5600 (-200)
  8. Fuego Lento (+2) - 5000 (+300)
  9. Update (-1) - 4600 (-500)
  10. Two of Us (+12) - 4300 (+1000)

Bubbling Under:

  1. George Strait - Every Little Honky Tonk Bar (debut)
  2. Sigrid - Never Mine (debut)
  3. Fortune Cherry - Himawari no nai Sekai (+4)
  4. Reba McEntire - Stronger Than The Truth (+4)
  5. Poppin' Party - Happy Happy Party! (+4)
  6. Loyle Carner & Jorja Smith - Loose Ends (+4)
  7. Ski Mask The Slump God - Faucet Failure (debut)
  8. Drake Bell - I Won't Stand In Your Way (debut)
  9. Carly Rae Jepsen - Tonight I'm Getting Over You (debut)
  10. Taylor Swift - Picture to Burn (debut)

Dropouts:

  1. Thomas Rhett - Marry Me (#1 peak, 43 weeks)
  2. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe (#15 peak, 56 weeks)
  3. Adam Sandler - Phone Wallet Keys (#4 peak, 13 weeks)
  4. Nogizaka46 - Kaerimichi wa Toomawari Shitaku Naru (#9 peak, 16 weeks)
  5. MAG!C☆PRINCE - Compass (#39 peak, 9 weeks)

Top countries:

  1. Japan - 48% (+2%)
  2. United States - 40% (-6%)
  3. Norway - 6% (+4%)
  4. Canada - 4% (-2%)
  5. United Kingdom - 2% (+2%)

Top genres:

  1. Pop - 34% (-2%)
  2. J-pop - 34% (=)
  3. Hip-Hop/R&B - 20% (=)
  4. Country - 10% (+4%)
  5. A Cappella - 2% (=)

Comments

Sun, 03/17/2019 - 2:44pm
I got to say, I'm really impressed by this chart! :) I like that 'Look What God Gave Her' remains at #1, with 'Look Back At It' challenging it next week. It's cool to see 'Update' back in the Top 10, 'Sweet But Psycho' enter the Top 20 & especially that 'Strangers' is the biggest climber at #11! I'm definitely loving the debuts for: 'Two Of Us', 'Sucker Punch', 'Don't Feel Like Crying' & 'Miss Me More'. In the bubbling under, my favourites are 'Never Mine' & 'Faucet Failure'! I look forward to the next chart & I'll talk to you later.

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