"Look What You Made Me Do" by Taylor Swift holds for a third week atop the Crown 100, despite a 50,000-point drop. She's now sharing points with reputation opener "...Ready For It?" which gains 60,000 points to climb to #3, though it sits a fair distance behind former chart-topper "New Rules" by Dua Lipa at #2. Kesha's "Praying" dips one position to #4, while P!nk's "What About Us" and Demi Lovato's "Sorry Not Sorry" are each steady at #5 and #6.
Rising one spot to #7, Camila Cabello and Young Thug reach a new peak with "Havana." They slip ahead of Calvin Harris and company, whose "Feels" drops 4–8. At #9 is the week's biggest debut, "Dusk Till Dawn" by ZAYN featuring Sia. Lorde wraps up the top ten with "Perfect Places."
Logic, Alessia Cara, and Khalid's VMAs performance of "1-800-273-8255" continues to prove its worth for resuscitating the song, with it now rising another seven spots to just miss the top ten and land at #11 this week. It moves past Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still" and DJ Khaled's "Wild Thoughts," each of which rise a spot. Cardi B's hit "Bodak Yellow" also reaches a new peak of #14.
Two songs enter the top twenty for the first time: first, at #16, the lead single from Kelly Clarkson's upcoming album Meaning Of Life (her first for Atlantic Records after spending the rest of her career post-Idol on RCA), "Love So Soft," makes its Crown 100 debut. At #19, J Balvin's "Mi Gente," featuring Willy William, rises twelve spots.
Tove Lo makes a splashy debut as well with "Disco Tits," in at #21 to introduce her upcoming Lady Wood counterpart Blue Lips. Sam Smith also has a good start at #25 with "Too Good At Goodbyes," the lead single from his upcoming sophomore effort. Hailee Steinfeld's collaborator-packed "Let Me Go" (with Alesso billed as a main artist and features from Florida Georgia Line and watt) bows at #31.
Additional debuts include songs by Mollie King, Fifth Harmony, Miguel featuring Travis Scott, Thomas Rhett, St. Vincent, and Hey Violet.