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!
The Top 4 positions remain unchanged from last week, with Born Ruffians staying put on top for a second week with “Love Too Soon.” Fellow Canadian Matthew Good joins them in the Top 5 with “Days Come Down” (up 8-5). Bazzi and Janelle Monáe debut at Nos. 18 and 20 respectively with “Mine” and “Make Me Feel.”
Canadian indie band Born Ruffians take over the summit with “Love Too Soon” (up 4-1). Troye Sivan stays in the runner-up spot for a third week with “My My My!” while last week’s chart topper, “My Name” by Phillip Phillips recedes to No. 3.
Phillip Phillips spends a second frame on top with “My Name.” Troye Sivan stays put at No. 2 with “My My My!” while Toronto band Born Ruffians jumps 18-4 with “Love Too Soon.” Joyce Sims is the top new debut at No. 18 with “Come Into My Life.”
Phillip Phillips climbs to the summit with grunge throwback “My Name.” Troye Sivan inches up to the runner-up spot with “My My My!” while Dashboard Confessional jumps 18-5 with “Heart Beat Here.”