After it took just two weeks for Katy Perry's "Chained To The Rhythm," featuring Skip Marley, to reach the top of the Crown 100, Lorde's "Green Light" succeeds it by coming close to that record, topping the chart after three weeks. The two songs are separated by less than 8,000 points this week, meaning "Chained To The Rhythm" lost around 30,000 points, while "Green Light" gained about 30,000. In a distant third is Ed Sheeran's former chart-topper "Shape Of You," which gains points thanks to a few remixes getting some chart action along with the original. Two high-profile collaborations swap spots at #4 and #5 on this week's chart, as The Chainsmokers and Coldplay's "Something Just Like This" passes Kygo and Selena Gomez's "It Ain't Me."
By gaining 15,000 points this week, Rihanna's "Love On The Brain" leaps to a new peak of #6. Songs #7 and #8, "I Feel It Coming" by The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk and "Stay" by Zedd and Alessia Cara, also swap positions, and Ed Sheeran's "Castle On The Hill" drops four to #10.
Just outside the top ten, Bruno Mars's "That's What I Like" (12-11) and Calvin Harris's "Slide," featuring Frank Ocean and Migos (15-12) both climb to new peaks. The lone top-twenty entry this week comes from Anne-Marie, whose "Ciao Adios" increases by five positions to #16.
In a tight race to be the highest debut this week, Lorde takes the crown there as well, with "Liability" in at #28. Just missing the honor at #29 is Blanche's "City Lights," the Eurovision entry for Belgium. Louisa Johnson's new single "Best Behavior" enters at #31, one spot ahead of a new Clean Bandit single featuring Zara Larsson, "Symphony."
Two songs tie for the greatest gainer this week, both rising 16 spots: Little Mix's latest single "No More Sad Songs," now featuring Machine Gun Kelly, hits #38, while Linkin Park's "Heavy," featuring Kiiara, reaches #46.
Additionally debuting this week are a pair of new singles by Nicki Minaj; "Lipgloss" by Charli XCX featuring CupcakKe; Eurovision and Melodifestivalen entries by Jana Burčeska, Jon Henrik Fjällgren featuring Aninia, DiHaj, Robin Bengtsson, Ilinca and Alex Florea, and Wiktoria; and new singles by Portugal. The Man, Future, Coldplay, Keith Urban featuring Carrie Underwood, Afrojack featuring Luis Fonsi, and Pat Benatar. Alma's "Requiem" leads a pack of seven re-entries.