'AT40' Recap: There's a New #1 on the Chart This Week


This week we say goodbye to "Raising Hell" by Kesha featuring Big Freedia. Also "Lover" by Taylor Swift and "If I Can't Have You" by Shawn Mendes, which spent 35 weeks on the chart, peaking at #3 back in August.

New this week, Trevor Daniel makes his AT40 debut with "Falling," while Alicia Keys returns to the chart after nearly 7 years with her 13th hit, "Underdog."

And the highest debut belongs to "What A Man Gotta Do" by the Jonas Brothers coming in at #28. The guys have made an incredible comeback. After breaking up in 2013, they rejoined last year and spent 8 weeks at #1 with "Sucker." Now, they’ve had 3 more AT40 hits since then.

Halsey scores the biggest mover of the week (and year, so far) jumping up 15 spots to #24 with "You should be sad." The last song to leap that high was "Goodbyes" by Post Malone featuring Young Thug, which moved 19 spots in August 2019.

Maroon 5 inch closer to the top with "Memories" moving up 1 notch to #3, while "Circles" by Post Malone falls 1 spot to #2, which means there is a new #1! Drumroll, please...

Selena Gomez climbs into the top spot with “Lose You To Love Me.” It’s her fifth #1, following "Good For You," "Same Old Love," "Hands To Myself" and "It Ain't Me" with Kygo.

See the full chart here.

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