Miley Cyrus's "Malibu" is #1 for a fifth straight week, despite losing more than 15,000 points from last week's total. Her lead over the runner-up is now roughly 6,000 points, and that runner-up is gaining quickly: Lorde's "Perfect Places" rose 14 spots to a new peak of #2. At #3, Camila Cabello's "Crying In The Club" rebounds to its original peak. Lorde's Melodrama lead single, "Green Light," also enjoys a resurgence, jumping six spots back to #4. The remix of "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber falls three spots to close out the top five, and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Cut To The Feeling" falls out to #6.
Former chart-topper "HUMBLE." by Kendrick Lamar also drops three, landing at #7. Lady Gaga, however, returns to the top ten with "The Cure," coming back four spots from #12 to #8. Paramore's "Hard Times" and Zedd and Alessia Cara's "Stay" both fall to cap the top ten.
DJ Khaled, with the help of Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, has the highest debut of the week at #11 with "Wild Thoughts." (Previous single "I'm The One," featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper, and Lil Wayne, jumps to #29 this week, while having previously peaked at #20.) Two more songs debut in the top twenty this week: Calvin Harris's latest single, "Feels" featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, and Big Sean, enters at #19, while Lorde's "Homemade Dynamite" comes right behind at #20. In addition to three debuts, three songs move into the top twenty: Little Mix's Stormzy-added "Power" jumps ten to #14, "Sober" by Lorde climbs 23-17, and "2U" by David Guetta featuring Justin Bieber moves 34-18.
Lorde also sees five more debuts this week, managing to chart all but one song from Melodrama ("Liability (Reprise)" landed at #103); "Liability" also re-enters at #43 after a recent nine-week run with a #28 peak. Jax Jones has the other top-fifty debut of the chart, with "Instruction" featuring Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don bowing at #23.
Jonas Blue's "Mama," featuring William Singe, is the week's biggest mover, with a 26-position jump to a new peak of #48. Another big mover this week is Childish Gambino's meme-assisted "Redbone," which leaps 24 to #45; though it has only peaked at #32 thus far, it has the current longevity title on the chart, having been on the chart for an uninterrupted 28 weeks.