Liam Payne ascends to the summit with his debut single “Strip That Down (feat. Quavo)” (up 2-1). Last week’s No. 1, Selena Gomez’s “Bad Liar” descends to No. 4. Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber debut at No. 18 with the “Despacito” remix.
Selena Gomez scores her first chart topper on the countdown as “Bad Liar” flies 13-1 this week. She has previously gone as high as No. 3 with “Hands To Myself” in January last year. Elsewhere, Liam Payne is knocking on the door to No. 1 with his debut single “Strip That Down (feat. Quavo)” (up 15-2).
Sam Hunt is revving his motor back in the summit with “Body Like A Back Road” (up 4-1). The song spends its sixth nonconsecutive frame on top, and becomes Hunt’s longest-running chart topper on the countdown. Elsewhere, Thomas Rhett leap-frogs into the Top 2 with “Craving You (feat. Maren Morris),” (up 11-2).
Perfume Genius scores his second No. 1 on the countdown as “Slip Away” slips into the summit (up 8-1). It’s his first chart topper since 2014’s “Queen.” Elsewhere, We-Are-Z inch close to the top with “Knucklehead.”
Jack Antonoff’s new fulltime project Bleachers hit the top spot on their second week with “Don’t Take The Money” (up 9-1) as nine new tracks crash the countdown, led by Kendrick Lamar at No. 10 with “HUMBLE.” Thomas Rhett returns to the chart with “Craving You (feat. Maren Morris)” debuting at No. 12. Harry Styles debuts at No. 13 with “Sign Of The Times.”