'AT40' Recap: Why Don't We Score the Highest Debut of the Week

This week we say goodbye to two songs, Kaskade and Meghan Trainor's collab "With You," which spent six weeks on the chart. Also, "All The Time" by Zara Larsson, the track debuted on that chart back in August and peaked at #25.

New this week, Kygo and the late Whitney Houston debut at #36 with "Higher Love." It’s her first hit since her duet "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" with Enrique Iglesias hit #27 in 2000.

And Why Don't We score their fourth hit with "What Am I" coming in at #34. How far will they take this single? We’ll see in the weeks to come!

 

This week there is a tie for the biggest mover.

First we have Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey with "Don't Call Me Angel," which is up 8 spots to #31. This is the first time that three solo women have appeared on the same hit since another one with Ari, "Bang Bang" in 2014 with Jessie J & Nicki Minaj.

And Maroon 5 is also up 8 spots with "Memories" landing at #25. This is their 26th AT40 hit, by far the most for a group so far this century. The act in second place is The Black Eyed Peas with 17 hits.

In the Top 3 this week, Lewis Capaldi holds for a second week at #3 with "Someone You Loved." While Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello hold their spot at #2 for a third week. And Lizzo reigns at the top for a third week.

See the full chart here.

 

Photo: Getty Images

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