Though the gap is closing, "Starboy" by The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk holds at #1 for the third Crown 100, leaving "The Greatest" by Sia featuring Kendrick Lamar at #2. Bruno Mars rises to #3 with "24K Magic," with Hailee Steinfeld, Grey, and Zedd just behind with a new #4 peak for "Starving." After reaching #4 last week, "Side To Side" by Ariana Grande featuring Nicki Minaj falls back to #5; OneRepublic's "Kids" drops to #6 after two weeks at #3. At #7, The Chainsmokers' collaboration with Halsey, "Closer," rebounds after last week's drop to #8. In the spot this week is last week's highest debut, "Shout Out To My Ex" by Little Mix. Rounding out the top ten are twenty one pilots, steady at #9 with "Heathens," and Tove Lo, whose "Cool Girl" jumps 26-10, beating its previous #15 peak.
With two songs entering the top ten, two depart: Zara Larsson's "Ain't My Fault" falls 5-11, while Dua Lipa's "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" comes in at #12 after last week's #10 entry. Below, Emeli Sandé, Calvin Harris, and Lady Gaga all drop two spots.
Ariana Grande's "Into You" returns to the top twenty at #16. At #17 for the second week in a row is the week's highest debut, "Rockabye" by Clean Bandit featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie. DNCE scores their first top-20 hit with "Body Moves," which continues its rise after being last week's Greatest Gainer.
Kiiara's "Gold" (65-29) and Miranda Lambert's "Vice" (81-45) each have big 36-position jumps this week, but it's Maren Morris who has the week's Greatest Gainer with "80s Mercedes," which leaps from #80 last week back up to #42, a new peak. Also making healthy upward movement are Marshmello's "Alone" (77-57), NEIKED featuring Dyo's "Sexual" (53-35), and Tinashe's "Superlove" (91-76).
Following "Rockabye," Drake has the next highest of the week's 18 debuts as "Fake Love" enters at #56. Lady Gaga brings two more songs from Joanne on board, with "Million Reasons" at #59 and "A-YO" at #65. Flume featuring Tove Lo, JoJo, Alicia Keys featuring A$AP Rocky, Adele, Jason Aldean, and Maroon 5 featuring Kendrick Lamar all debut within the top 75.
Four songs also re-enter this week after charting during the first Crown 100 and leaving during the second: Chris Stapleton's "Parachute" (#73), Josh Turner's "Hometown Girl" (a new peak of #79), Drake's "Controlla" (#81), and Adele's "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" (#97).