Lana Del Rey spends a third frame on top with “Doin’ Time” as Lewis Capaldi jumps 5-2 with “Someone You Loved.” Elsewhere, Black Mountain crash into the Top 10 with “Boogie Lover” (up 15-6) while New Edition debut in the bottom two rungs with songs from “All For Love” and their self-titled LP.
Lana Del Rey notches a second week on top with “Doin’ Time.” The 1975 push forward with “People” (up 4-2). Six songs debut or re-enter this week, led by Black Mountain’s “Boogie Lover” at No. 15.
Lana Del Rey scores her fifth chart topper on the countdown as “Doin’ Time” (up 2-1). She last led in November 2015 when “Salvatore” ruled the roost for a week. Orville Peck’s “Hope To Die” slides down to No. 2 as his “Turn To Hate” holds steady at No. 3 for a third week. Elsewhere, Lewis Capaldi makes a splashy move into the Top 5 with “Someone You Loved” (up 21-5).
September 2019 is a big month for the Bent*Spun, Bent*Spud’s chart of the songs that rocked the hebdomad. 10 years ago, after a couple of “duct tape” versions that launched and fizzled, we formalized the chart into the regularly updated labor of love weekly event that it is now.
Orville Peck spends a second frame on top with “Hope To Die,” while Lana Del Rey jumps 6-2 with “Doin’ Time.” Elsewhere, Lewis Capaldi bows in the anchor slot with “Someone You Loved.”