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“Sorry” rules to get a third week, while “Love Yourself” moves around No. 2. Plus, Alessia Cara reaches the highest five as well as the Chainsmokers enter the most notable 10.

Justin Bieber monopolizes the very best two spots within the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Feb. 6), as “Sorry” spends a 3rd week at No. 1 and “Love Yourself” lifts 3-2. Plus, Alessia Cara’s “Here” hits the most notable five plus the Chainsmokers’ “Roses,” featuring Rozes, rises to the most notable 10.

Like every Monday, we’re here to operate down the Hot 100’s top 10, and beyond. Highlights on the airplay/sales/streaming-based Hot 100 post on Billboard.com each Monday, wonderful charts updated each Tuesday.

With three weeks at No. 1, “Sorry,” released on SchoolBoy/Raymond Braun/Def Jam, extends Bieber’s longest Hot 100 reign of his two No. 1s until now. His prior single, and first Hot 100 leader, “What Do You Mean?,” debuted at No. 1 within the Sept. 19 chart, representing its sole week with the summit. (More on “Mean” in just a minute …)

“Sorry” logs a sixth week at No. 1 about the Streaming Songs chart with 20 million U.S. streams, down 2 percent, as outlined by Nielsen Music. It holds at its No. 2 high (to get a seventh week) on Radio Songs (144 million audience impressions, down three percent), while slipping 4-5 on Digital Songs (81,000 downloads sold, down 12 percent, from the week ending Jan. 21); it led the sales chart to get a week in December.

Bieber additionally rises 3-2 within the Hot 100 with “Sorry” follow-up “Love Yourself,” which hits a different peak. It notches another week atop Digital Songs (139,000, down 5 %), tying “Mean” for his longest reign (of four years old No. 1s). It keeps at its No. 2 at the top of Streaming Songs (16.7 million, essentially even from yesterday) and jumps 6-4 on Radio Songs (117 million, up 17 percent), earning the Hot 100’s top Airplay Gainer award for just a third week. It also begins atop the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs chart (8.4 million on-demand streams, down five percent).

Bieber becomes the 17th act within the Hot 100’s history (which dates to Aug. 4, 1958) to rate at Nos. 1 and a couple simultaneously. Even more impressively, he’s exactly the 11th act to hold on to the Hot 100’s top two to be a lead artist on both songs. The last for this? The Weeknd, just greater than four months ago, with “Can’t Feel My Face” and “The Hills” (Sept. 26). The other nine acts to create the achievement as leads at Nos. 1 and 2 inside the same week: the Black Eyed Peas (2009); T.I. (2008); Akon (2006), Mariah Carey (2005), Usher (2004), OutKast (2004), Nelly (2002), Bee Gees (1978) along with the Beatles (1964). (The Fab Four controlled the very best two for any record 10 weeks that year; around the April 4, 1964 chart, they ranked at Nos. 1-5, a premier five dominance that no act has equaled.)

Looking ahead to in the future, could Bieber dethrone himself? With “Sorry” down by four percent in overall activity and “Love Yourself” up by 2 percent, this also week’s race tight, it will be possible that Bieber could replace himself at No. 1. We’ll uncover a week from today.

One more Bieber note: “Mean” holds at No. 10 around the Hot 100 and has now now spent its first 21 weeks within the chart in the highest 10. With its latest frame, it ties the objective for the most weeks a song has logged inside the Hot 100’s best from its debut. “Mean” matches two other songs that spent their first 21 frames inside region: Nicki Minaj’s “Starships” (2012) and Maroon 5’s “Sugar” (2015). With another week inside region, “Mean” would own the potential all by itself. (So, another potential honor for Bieber to help keep an eye on for a few weeks.)

As Bieber takes the Hot 100’s top two (and No. 10), Adele’s “Hello” descends 2-3 after logging its first 10 weeks at No. 1. Still, it tallies an 11th week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (151 million, down 6 percent). That’s the longest rule atop the airplay chart since Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk!” (featuring Bruno Mars) totaled 12 weeks, beginning about the chart dated recently this week (Feb. 7, 2015). “Hello” keeps at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (14.9 million, down 8 percent) and dips 3-4 on Digital Songs (84,000, down 9 percent) after previously leading the charts for seven weeks each.

Meanwhile, “Hello” follow-up “When We Were Young” re-enters the Hot 100’s top 40 (41-35), marking its first week within the region given it debuted at No. 22 8 weeks ago (when parent album 25 blasted in atop the Billboard 200).

Love Yourself by Justin Bieber

Twenty One Pilots hold at their No. 4 high for the Hot 100 with “Stressed Out.” The single stays at No. 2 on Digital Songs (127,000 sold, up five percent) and keeps climbing on Streaming Songs (9-5; 11.8 million, up 18 percent), adding top Streaming Gainer honors around the Hot 100 for just a second week, and Radio Songs (7-6; 106 million, up fifteen percent). The duo’s first five Hot 100 hit concurrently leads Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs chart for just a fifth week.

Alessia Cara’s debut hit “Here” reaches the Hot 100’s five (6-5), while posting an extra week at No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and, as previously reported, rising 3-1 around the Pop Songs radio airplay chart. It holds at its No. 3 peak on Radio Songs (120 million, down three percent); elevates 20-16 on Digital Songs (39,000, down 3 %); and, descends 20-22 on Streaming Songs (7 million, down 3 %).

Notably, Cara would be the first solo female for you a debut Hot 100 hit to the most notable five in greater than a year, since Tove Lo’s “Habits (Stay High)” reached No. 3 in November 2014.

Shawn Mendes’ “Stitches” rebounds 8-6 about the Hot 100, after peaking at No. 4, and crowns the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart (2-1); and Selena Gomez’s “Same Old Love” drops to No. 7 after reaching No. 5 yesterday, tying her best rank. She first reached No. 5 with prior single “Good for You” (featuring A$AP Rocky) in October. (More on Gomez ahead…)

The Chainsmokers land the week’s lone new Hot 100 top ten, as “Roses,” featuring ROZES, rises 11-8. It also rules the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart for just a fifth week. The track bullets at No. 6 on Digital Songs (72,000, up one percent) and advances 14-13 on Radio Songs (68 million, up ten million) and 17-15 on Streaming Songs (8.2million, up 5 %).

The New York duo of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall celebrates its first Hot 100 top ten, after breakthrough hit “#SELFIE” reached No. 16 nearly couple of years ago. As previously reported, the Chainsmokers played Billboard Winterfest at Park City (Utah) Live Thursday night (Jan. 21), opening having an acoustic version of “Roses.” Their subsequent full performance with the song morphed in a mash-up with Bieber’s “Love Yourself,” as Bieber has for months shown his support for “Roses.”

(Flower power: The Chainsmokers now boast the highest-charting Hot 100 hit called “Roses,” between two: OutKast’s “Roses” reached No. 9 in 2004.)

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Rounding your Hot 100’s top ten (above Bieber’s “Mean” at No. 10), Drake’s “Hotline Bling” slides 7-9, after reaching No. 2, while leading Billboard’s Hot Rap Songs chart on an 18th frame.

Meanwhile, among noteworthy action beyond your Hot 100’s top ten this week, Flo Rida’s “My House” roars 23-12 (following his performances from the song on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Jan. 14 possibly at halftime from the Arizona Cardinals and Green Bay Packers NFL playoff game Jan. 16); G-Eazy and Bebe Rexha’s “Me, Myself & I” pushes 19-16; and Gomez’s follow-nearly “Same Old Love,” “Hands to Myself,” zooms 37-21.

Find out more noteworthy news through the entire chart within the weekly “Hot 100 Chart Moves” column to share later recently. And, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (Jan. 26), when all rankings, such as Hot 100 in their entirety, will refresh, while they do each Tuesday. The Hot 100 along with other charts can even appear inside next issue of Billboard magazine, available for sale Friday (Jan. 29).