Ariana Grande spends a second week on top “thank u, next” while Brett Eldredge surges 10-2 with his remake of Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.” River Tiber debuts high at No. 6 with new single “Deep End.”
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.”
Sam Hunt returns to the summit with “Body Like A Back Road” (up 8-1). Andrew McMahon and Jens Lekman re-enter in the Top 10 with “Fire Escape” at No. 3 and “What’s That Perfume That You Wear?” at No. 8 respectively. Bleachers debut at No. 9 with their new track “Don’t Take The Money.”
Chris Shiflett zooms 9-1 to top this week’s chart with “Sticks & Stones.” Last week’s champ, Sam Hunt, falls to No. 8 with “Body Like A Back Road.” The chart takes a drastic shakeup this week with 13 tracks debuting, led by Céline Dion & Peabo Bryson at No. 3 with “Beauty And The Beast,” no doubt a result of nostalgia following the release of the live action remake of the classic 1991 Disney film.