The Queen of Pop edges into the summit with her collaboration with Swae Lee, “Crave” (up 2-1). Right on their heels is the enigmatic masked country crooner Orville Peck with “Dead Of Night” (up 7-2). Duncan Laurence also moves up 2 to No. 5 with his Eurovision-winning “Arcade.”
Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus stay put on top for a second week with “Old Town Road.” The Queen of Pop occupies 3 of the Top 5 positions this week, led by her collaboration with Swae Lee, “Crave,” edging up 3-2. She also re-enters high at No. 10 with old favourite “Holiday.” Elsewhere, Duncan Laurence debuts at No. 5 with “Arcade.”
Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)” ascends to the top on its fifth week on the countdown. After a five-week stranglehold on the summit, “Medellin” by Madame X & Maluma settles for the No. 5 slot. “West Coast” by G-Eazy & Blueface rises to No. 2 (up 3 from No. 5 last week).
The Queen of Pop places four Madame X on the chart this week, with her Maluma collaboration “Medellin” spending a fifth week on top, “Crave” (her collaboration with Swae Lee) jumping 20-3, “I Rise” staying steady at No. 8, and herQuavo collaboration, “Future,” debuting at No. 19.
Madame X and Maluma spend a fourth week on top with “Medellin.” Meanwhile, “I Rise” rises 21-8 and “Crave” (her collaboration with Swae Lee) debuts at No. 20. Mr Hudson’s “Antidote” improves 7-2.