Ariana Grande notches a second frame on top with “7 rings” rebounding 6-1. Gay love birds Lauv and Troye Sivan fly into the Top 5 with “’i’m so tired…” (up 15-2). Empress Of, Perfume Genius & Jim-E Stack debut at No. 10 with “When I’m With Him.” The late Beatle George Harrison debuts a slew of tracks from his 1987 album Cloud Nine, led by “Breath Away From Heaven” at No. 12.
Eric Cardona leap-frogs 10-1 to crown this week’s countdown with “If It Ever Happened.” Last week’s No. 1, Ariana Grande’s “7 rings,” falls down to No. 6. BT’s new band All Hail The Silence debuts in the Top 5 with “Looking Glass.”
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!
ZAYN retains control of the top for a second week in a row with “Sour Diesel.” Drake stays put in the runner-up spot with “In My Feelings.” Mac Miller and G-Eazy crash into the Top 5 with “What’s The Use” and “Power (feat. Nef The Pharaoh & P-LO)” respectively.
After entering at No. 2 last week, ZAYN takes over the chart summit with “Sour Diesel.” Fitness’ “Itch” falls to No. 6. Drake zooms to the runner-up spot with “In My Feelings” (up 13-2). Two Feet leads four debuts with “Hurt People (feat. Madison Love)” at No. 14.