Canadian singer/songwriter Kaleb Hikele, who performs as The Sun Harmonic, jumps up four notches to lead this week’s chart with “All To Myself.” Elsewhere, Lil Peep stays put at No. 2 with “Beamer Boy” after topping the countdown 2 weeks ago. Three new songs debut this week, led by Tik-Toker jxdn, who comes in at No. 18 with “FUCKED UP.”
New York City electropopsters The Drums jump into the summit with “Instruct Me” (up 5-1), displacing Lil Peep’s “Beamer Boy” to the runner-up spot. John Mayer makes his second chart appearance as “Last Train Home” pulls into No. 17 this week.
Lil Peep posthumously earns his first chart topper on the countdown with “Beamer Boy” (up 2-1). Last week’s champ, Sam Hunt’s “Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90’s”, slides down one to No. 2. The sole debut on the countdown comes from The Maine, whose “Sticky” comes in at No. 15.
Sam Hunt earns the tenth No. 1 on the countdown as “Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90s” moves 2-1. Lil Peep saddles up to the runner-up spot with “Beamer Boy” (up 5-2). Elsewhere, The Black Angels lead a quartet of new debuts at No. 12 with “Mission District.”
TikTok sensation vaultboy grabs the top spot this week as “everything sucks” advances 2-1. Sam Hunt inches ever closer to the top with “Breaking Up Was Easy In The 90s” (up 3-2). Leading 2 debuts this week is Kris Allen at No. 18 with “Hallelujah! For Now.”