After taking it to the top last week, Camila Cabello holds at #1 for a second week with "Havana," featuring Young Thug, securing her place by gaining more than 50,000 points. They now sit more than 80,000 points ahead of their runner-up, Dua Lipa's "New Rules," which gains 20,000 points of its own this week. Taylor Swift holds down #3 and #4, this time with "...Ready For It?" leaping to a new peak, followed by "Look What You Made Me Do" ("Gorgeous" falls to #11 this week, while newest track "Call It What You Want" debuts at #75 following a weekend of availability). Portugal. The Man is again steady at #5 with "Feel It Still."
"Sorry Not Sorry," which recently became Demi Lovato's biggest hit both on pop radio and the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, slingshots back up from #10 to #6; Kelly Clarkson rises a spot to #7 with "Love So Soft." At #8, Selena Gomez scores her fourth top-ten single of the year with "Wolves," co-credited with Marshmello as a main artist. P!nk and Kesha bring the top ten to a close for the week.
Two songs find new peaks within the top twenty this week: Ed Sheeran's latest single "Perfect," which climbs by nine to #18, and Charlie Puth's "How Long," which jumps 23–20. Songs heating up within the top forty include Daya's "New," her first major-label single (39-32), Walk The Moon's "One Foot" (42-34), Post Malone's "I Fall Apart" (45-35), and Calvin Harris's newly-announced single "Faking It," featuring Kehlani and Lil Yachty (63-38). The 25-spot jump for "Faking It" matches that of Axwell /\ Ingrosso's "More Than You Know" at #42, but Paloma Faith's "Crybaby" makes a bigger leap, moving up 26 positions to #53.
Clean Bandit returns with an assist by Julia Michaels on "I Miss You," the week's top debut at #40. NF's "Let You Down" also scores a debut in the upper half of this week's Crown 100, coming in at #45. Other debuts include Kelly Clarkson, a country radio chart-topper by Kane Brown featuring Lauren Alaina, and CamelPhat & Elderbrook. Halloween also brings the official Crown 100 debut of Michael Jackson's 1982 megahit "Thriller" at #79.