It seems most everyone is in agreement that 2018 was all around just a bad year (it feels like it’s been like that for the past two years, to be honest). While everyone had hoped that the orange tinted Kremlin kowtower residing in the White House would finally get what’s coming to him, nothing of the sort happened and instead the disgraceful autocrat adorer was allowed to continue his demented war on truth, decency and morality. Way to leave us with blue balls, Robert Mueller!
With an assist from Cardi B, Maroon 5 notch their third No. 1 with “Girls Like You” (up 8-1). They previously led for one frame each with “Sugar” in March 2015, and “One More Night” in October 2012. Elsewhere, Goody Grace and G-Eazy move up 5-2 with “Girls In The Suburbs Singing Smiths Songs.”
Hellogoodbye’s “S’only Natural” spends a second straight week on top, as follow-up single “I’ll Keep On Following You” likewise freezes at No. 4. Making a big debut in the Top 5 is Goody Grace, whose collaboration with G-Eazy, “Girls In The Suburbs Singing Smiths Songs,” checks into the countdown at No. 5.
Hellogoodbye’s “S’only Natural” moves into the penthouse (up 2-1), while follow-up single “I’ll Keep On Following You” rises 10-4. Elsewhere, French electronic band BLOW debut with “Fall In Deep” and “You Killed Me On The Moon” at Nos. 18 and 20 respectively.
On its tenth week on the chart, Drake’s “In My Feelings” moves into the top spot (4-1). Hellogoodbye makes a move for chart glory as “S’only Natural” flies 7-2 while also debuting at No. 10 with new track “I’ll Keep On Following You.”