'AT40' Recap: Ed Sheeran Scores the Highest Debut of the Week

It's a busy week on AT40, both for songs that have fallen off the chart and new debuts, there are five of each.

The only solo artist track we say goodbye to this week is "Don't Call Me Up" by Mabel, the collabs include Lauv and Troye Sivan's "i'm so tired...," The Chainsmokers and 5 Seconds of Summer's "Who Do You Love," Marshmello and Chvrches' "Here With Me" and BTS' "Boy With Luv" featuring Halsey.

New to the chart this week is Lizzo with her second AT40 hit with "Truth Hurts," which was actually released back back in September of 2017.

Katy Perry returns with her 26th AT40 hit "Never Really Over." Her last completely solo hit was "Rise" back in 2016, which peaked at #25.

DJ Khaled cracks the chart with the latest offering off his Father of Asahd album "Just Us" featuring SZA.

MAX debuts with "Love Me Less" featuring Quinn XCII. He is best known for “Lights Down Low” featuring Gnash, which peaked at #7 last year, and spent 47 weeks on the chart.

And the highest debut of the week goes to Ed Sheeran, coming in at #23 with "Cross Me" featuring Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock.

 

In the Top 3 this week, Sam Smith and Normani drops down another spot to #3, while Post Malone inches closer to the top, up two spots from last week landing at #2 with "Wow," the track has been climbing the chart since February.

And the Jonas Brothers are spending a 7th non-consecutive week at #1 with "Sucker," making it the longest run at the top for a group since Maroon 5 topped the chart with "One More Night" for 7 weeks in 2012. How much longer will "Sucker" stay at #1? We'll find out in the weeks to come!

Check out the full chart here!

 

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