After weeks sitting inside the runner up slot about the Hot 100, Canadian R&B/pop sensation The Weeknd has finally made it towards the summit together with his single “Can’t Feel My Face”. The track marks his first primary hit, as well as the cherry in addition to what is turning into the biggest year of his career to date.
“Face” may be The Weeknd’s new at the superior of the charts, but it’s his fourth top overall. Interestingly all four songs that made it to the very best tier—“Can’t Feel My Face”, “The Hills”, “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)”, along with the Ariana Grande collaboration “Love Me Harder”—have peaked before twelve months, so it’s clear the singer’s star is quickly around the rise. “Can’t Feel My Face” is off his upcoming sophomore album Beauty Behind The Madness, which can be due later this month, and that may very well land at top itself.
The new chart-topper bests OMI’s first success “Cheerleader”, the summery hit that’s all but absorbed the world. Though it is around the decline (after one month at # 1), it is likely which the track will hang in there for a while, as radio remains to be embracing the reggae-tinged sound and new individuals are discovering the Jamaican singer each day.
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Coming in at # 3 is boy band One Direction, who send their latest release “Drag Me Down” to the greatest debut of the season. The track appeared online suddenly, and it’s assumed by investing in a new single comes a fifth album during the near future, though no formal announcement has been created.
Rapper Silento’s inaugural hit “Watch Me” is also around the downward slide, immediately taking a step back and settling at number 4.
Producer Diplo finally hits the highest five along with his collective Major Lazer recently. Their song “Lean On”, which features fellow electronic producer DJ Snake and Danish singer MØ, may be slowly climbing the charts throughout America, while elsewhere it bounded inside the rankings faster. This week the song moves up one notch to strike number five.
Former # 1 single “Bad Blood” by Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar slips to number six this frame, showing that despite an unbelievable music video and massive promotion, it’s not necessarily destined to be the most important hit around the album. Don’t fret, diehard fans, the 1989 campaign rolls on: “Wildest Dreams” is announced since the fifth single on the record.
Newcomer Rachel Platten’s empowering “Fight Song” is growing after weeks in the top 10, moving from number nine up to seven, a whole new highpoint for that singer. Immediately beneath her is Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s former twelve week # 1 hit “See You Again”.
Slots nine and ten are occupied by rapper Fetty Wap, who may have made a significant splash to get a newcomer in 2010. His song “Trap Queen” is as a result of number nine, while “My Way” rounds out the ultimate slot.