(CNN) “There’s something that you all need to understand,” Madonna said during her Las Vegas concert, while perched atop a piano, legs swinging. “And that is, that a queen is never late.”
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.
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.
Liam Gallagher moves into the summit with “Once.” Orville Peck inches up one to No. 4 with “Hope To Die.” Lana Del Rey jumps 19-15 with “Doin’ Time.” The 1975 arrive at No. 20 with their polarizing “People.”
Kygo and Whitney Houston spend a second week on top with “Higher Love.” Orville Peck meanwhile triples up in Top 10 as “Hope To Die” (up 14-5) and “Turn To Hate” (up 17-9) join former No. 1 “Dead Of Night” in the region. Lana Del Rey is new at No. 19 with “Doin’ Time.”