Dua Lipa's "Physical" holds at #1 for an eighth straight week, seeing a slight rise in points over last week's total. Still a fair distance behind, though gaining 40,000 points, is The Weeknd, back at #2 with "Blinding Lights." That leaves Lipa down to #3 with former record-breaking chart-topper "Don't Start Now."
Doja Cat says hello to a second straight week at #4 with "Say So," and Lady Gaga remains at #5 with Chromatica lead single "Stupid Love." Both see a moderate points drop. Below them at #6 is Billie Eilish, who rebounds from last week's dip to #9 with "everything i wanted."
#7 brings the Crown 100 its highest debut of the week, and it's Dua Lipa's third song in this chart's top ten: Future Nostalgia's next single, "Break My Heart," blasts in with nearly 158,000 points. But it's not the only song to newly enter the top ten this week: The Weeknd also follows up with his own upcoming single, "In Your Eyes" from just-released After Hours, enters at #9.
Sandwiched between are THE BOYZ, whose "Reveal" is steady at #8, and at #10, Halsey drops by four with "You should be sad."
Next week could see a third song from The Weeknd in the top ten: After Hours sees its title track rise ten to #11 this week, just missing the cut by about 8,000 points. At #12 and #13, IZ*ONE and Roddy Ricch drop out of the top ten.
K-pop sextet ONEUS scores a top-twenty debut with their fourth song to reach the Crown 100, "A Song Written Easily," debuting at #19. It bests the peaks of all their previous songs except for "LIT (가자)," which reached #15 late last October.
Five more tracks make splashy debuts in the chart's upper half this week: Niall Horan's "Heartbreak Weather" starts at #24; M-Flo's return featuring Sik-K, eill, and Taichi Mukai, "tell me tell me," enters at #25; Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia cut "Love Again" makes an early entrance at #36; BOY STORY's "Energy" joins at #44; and DONGKIZ's "Lupin" makes it to #49. In addition, Red Velvet's "Psycho" returns to the chart at #50 after a week away, having previously peaked at #6.