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My Top 40 01/22/2017

January 22, 2017 | 40 songs

Bebe Rexha blocks The Chainsmokers and achieves her first #1 hit.

On it's fifth week on the chart, Bebe Rexha's "I Got You" jumps to #1. The track has been inside top 5 for it's entire chart life. It's the singer's first #1 hit after hitting top 10 in three collaborations with G-Eazy ("Me, Myself & I"), David Guetta & Nicki Minaj ("Hey Mama") and Martin Garrix ("In The Name of Love").

Meanwhile The Chainsmokers have to settle for a #2 debut with "Paris", their latest single. The track's big debut follows their success with previous singles including "Closer" and "Don't Let Me Down", which both hit #1. Two more Chainsmokers' tracks spend some time on the chart this week. "Setting Fires" drops from it's highest rank (#32) to date to #34; "All We Know" drops to #31 after peaking at #4.

Ed Sheeran drops from #1 as "Shape of You" moves down to #3, but "Castle on the Hill" moves up one spot to #9.

For the first time in months, The Weeknd has a single song inside the top 10, "I Feel It Coming" at #4. It's the track's first week below #2 as well. Another Starboy track, "Secrets", drops to #11. The album's title track also drops to #20, while former #1, "False Alarm" drops to #35. "Reminder" drops two spots to #39 but "Party Monster" re-enters at #40.

Two Shakira tracks remain stable with "Chantaje" and "La Bicicleta" (with Carlos Vives), which stay at #5 and #6. While the latter spent two weeks at #1, the Maluma collaboration has gone as far as #2.

After two weeks at #11, Alan Walker finally cracks the top 10 with "Alone", at #7. It matches Walker's previous hit "Faded", which peaked at #7 in October. Clean Bandit's "Rockabye" reverses a downward trend by moving up one spot to #8. Sia and Kendrick Lamar's "The Greatest" drops 3-10 on it's 18th week.

This week's highest debut is, of course, "Paris"; Lady Gaga re-enters with "A-YO" at #37, reaching a new peak in the process (another Joanne track, "John Wayne" reaches a new high point, moving up one spot to #13). Dua Lipa gets her first top 20 hit with "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" at #16, with her collaboration with Sean Paul, "No Lie", also up one spot to #22. Zara Larsson also adds another top 20 hit, as "I Would Like" moves to #17. It follows several top 10 hits (including #1 hit "Lush Life").


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32Down this week
Ed Sheeran - "Shape of You" single cover artwork
5Same position as last week
Shakira featuring Maluma - "Chantaje" single cover artwork
6Same position as last week
Carlos Vives - "La Bicicleta" single cover artwork
74Up this week
Alan Walker - "Alone" single cover artwork
114Down this week
The Weeknd - "Secrets" single cover artwork
12Same position as last week
Ariana Grande - Dangerous Woman album cover artwork
18Same position as last week
Britney Spears featuring Tinashe - "Slumber Party" single cover artwork
205Down this week
The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk - "Starboy" single cover artwork
215Down this week
Drake - "Fake Love" single cover artwork
221Up this week
Sean Paul featuring Dua Lipa - "No Lie" single cover artwork
291Up this week
 - "Final Song" single cover artwork
327Up this week
 - "Alarm" single cover artwork
37-37New this week
Lady Gaga - "A-YO" single cover artwork
392Down this week
The Weeknd - "Reminder" single cover artwork
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Greatest Gainer:

Bruno Mars - "Versace On The Floor" (Moves 35-23 this week)

Dropping this week:

Bruno Mars – “24k Magic” (#12 Peak, 12 weeks on the chart)
Flume ft. Kai - "Never Be Like You" (#3 Peak, 12 weeks on the chart)
G-Eazy ft. Marc E.Bassy – “Some Kind of Drug” (#34 Peak, 2 weeks on the chart)