DaBaby’s Rockstar reclaims singles top spot

Derrick Santistevan

DaBaby returns to the Number 1 throne on the Official Singles Chart with Rockstar ft. Roddy Ricch, which racks up its most significant weekly streaming numbers.

Topping over 64,000 chart sales consisting of 8 million streams, it’s a victorious go back to the top for the United States rap artists. It’s the song’s 3rd week at Number 1, after being knocked off recently by Woman Gaga & & Ariana Grande’s Rain On Me, which drops to 2.

2 more Gaga tunes from her newest album Chromatica land in the Top 40: Sour Sweet, a partnership with K-pop band Blackpink debuts at Number 17, and Alice goes into at Number 29.

Subject and A7S jump 6 locations to Number 5 with Breaking Me, both artists’ first Top 10 hit. The song rose in appeal thanks to TikTok previously this year, and has actually delighted in a meteoric rise the Top 100 over the last 7 weeks.

Today’s highest brand-new entry originates from Tion Wayne, Dutchavelli and Stormzy cooperation I Dunno, brand-new at Number 7. It’s Tion Wayne’s 4th Top 10 single– his first as a lead artist– Dutchavelli’s first, and Stormzy’s tenth.

Somewhere Else, 220 Kid & & Gracey continue to climb up with Do not Need Love, up 3 to Number 14, Harry Styles is back in the Top 20 with Watermelon Sugar, up 5 locations to Number 16– a brand-new peak for the song, and Regard & & Raye get in the Top 20 with Secrets, up 7 areas to Number 18.

United States rapper StaySolidRocky climbs up 4 to Number 24 with Party Lady, Browse Mesa’s ILY (I Love You Child) ft. Emilee jumps 10 locations to 26, and 19- year-old UK rapper Niko B leaps 6 locations to 33 with Who’s That What’s That.

Lastly, Manchester rapper Aitch makes his ninth Top 40 struck with his brand-new single 30, debuting at Number 36.

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