In its third week on the Crown 100, "Feels" by Calvin Harris featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, and Big Sean jumps four spots to #1, giving each artist their first number one except for Katy Perry, who scores her third following "Chained To The Rhythm" and "Swish Swish." The track receives nearly 70,000 more points this week than the last, ending with just under 200,000 total points for the week. "Feels" knocks Miley Cyrus's "Malibu" to #2 after five weeks at the top, though it stays nearly steady in points. Fewer than 500 points lower at #3 is DJ Khaled's "Wild Thoughts," featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, which could challenge for #1 in the coming weeks.
Lorde's "Perfect Places" falls to #4 this week after peaking at #2 last week, though it could rebound should it receive an official cross-genre push as the second single from Melodrama.
Kesha's poignant comeback single "Praying" is the highest debut on this week's Crown 100, entering at #5 with nearly 136,000 points following its release on Thursday. Debuting right below at #6 is the latest single from BLACKPINK, "As If It's Your Last;" previous single "Playing With Fire" scraped the bottom of the chart in January.
Carly Rae Jepsen's "Cut To The Feeling," which previously peaked at #3, rebounds one spot to #7 this week. Former chart-topper "Swish Swish" by Katy Perry featuring Nicki Minaj moves back up 11 spots after falling out of the top ten last week, returning to #8. Closing the top ten are Camila Cabello's "Crying In The Club" and Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," featuring Justin Bieber, both down from last week.
Charlie Puth's "Attention" continues to build, reaching a new peak of #15. Lorde's "Sober" returns to the top twenty and matches its original peak of #17, while Liam Payne's "Strip That Down," featuring Quavo, is new to the top twenty at #20.
Four more songs debut in the top fifty this week: Inna's "Ruleta," featuring Erick (#32), Mura Masa's "Second 2 None," featuring Christine and the Queens (#38), "CAMO" by Boa (#40), and "Boy Oh Boy" by Alexandra Stan (#48).