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Doja Cat leaps into the summit 9-1 with “Say So,” displacing Perfume Genius’s “On The Floor” to the runner-up spot. Goody Grace is up 3 to No. 3 with “If I Want To.” Deniece Williams debuts high in the Top 10 with “Healing” coming in at No. 9.
Perfume Genius jumps 9-1 with “On The Floor” from his forthcoming new album Set My Heart On Fire Immediately. It is his fourth chart topper. Last week’s No. 1, Orville Peck’s “Summertime,” retreats to No. 3. David Myles debuts at No. 13 with “Young Again” from his new album Leave Tonight.
Mysterious masked country crooner Orville Peck spends a second week atop the chart with “Summertime.” Theory Of A Deadman jumps back to the runner-up for a second frame with “It’s All Good.” The week’s only debut is “On The Floor” by Perfume Genius at No. 9.
Orville Peck ascends to the top with “Summertime”. It is his fourth No. 1 on the chart. Harry Styles bounces back to the runner-up spot with “Adore You” (5-2). Last week’s champ, Sondre Lerche’s “You Are Not Who I Thought I Was,” settles in at No. 4.