Marshmello & Bastille bounce back to the summit for a second nonconsecutive frame with “Happier.” Joseph of Mercury jumps into the Top 5 after debuting at No. 20 last week with “Reluctant Love.” Weezer return to the countdown with “Can’t Knock The Hustle” at No. 13.
With “Money,” Cardi B scores her third No. 1 as lead artist – and fifth overall including her appearances as a featured artist. Elsewhere, Jon Bellion soars into the Top 10 as “Stupid Deep” lifts 21-10. It’s his second single to hit the countdown, following “All Time Low,” which peaked at No. 1 in January 2017.
Post Malone and Swae Lee’s collaboration for the “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack,” “Sunflower,” leaps 11 notches to top this week’s chart. After a frame on top, Marshmello and Bastille retreat to No. 3 with “Happier.” Elsewhere, The Neighbourhood debut three songs led by “Void” at No. 15.
This year we saw Taylor Swift clapping back at the haters, Post Malone feeling like a rock star (deservedly so) and a perky girl from the Bronx showing us a thing or two about her money moves.
Sam Hunt returns to the summit with “Body Like A Back Road” (up 8-1). Andrew McMahon and Jens Lekman re-enter in the Top 10 with “Fire Escape” at No. 3 and “What’s That Perfume That You Wear?” at No. 8 respectively. Bleachers debut at No. 9 with their new track “Don’t Take The Money.”