'AT40' Recap: Lady Gaga Scores the Highest Debut of the Week


This week we say goodbye to "Yellow Hearts" by Ant Saunders, "South of the Border" by Ed Sheeran featuring Camila Cabello and Cardi B, also country-pop collab "10,000 Hours" by Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber.

New this week, the boy band BROCKHAMPTON debuts with "Sugar." And with 13 members, that makes them the largest boy band in chart history. The previous record was a tie held by two Korean acts in the last couple of years. Both BTS and MONSTA X had 7 members each.

Also SZA and Justin Timberlake hit the chart with "The Other Side." That gives Justin his 30th AT40 hit. For solo men so far this century, that puts him in a 2-way tie with Chris Brown. Meanwhile, Rihanna has the most over all with 47, while Taylor Swift comes in second with 33.

And Lady Gaga scores the highest debut of the week with "Stupid Love" coming in at #27. To date, she's had 7 #1s, including the top song of 2009 with "Poker Face."

Newcomer Roddy Ricch scores the biggest mover of the week with his first Top 40 hit "The Box" moving up 6 spots to #25. Fun fact: The track was the last song the rapper made for his debut abum, Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial. It was recorded in the early morning hours in New York after he had been recording all night.

In the Top 3, Post Malone falls one spot to #3 with "Circles," while Arizona Zervas inches closer to the top with "ROXANNE" moving up another spot to #2. And Dua Lipa holds on to the #1 slot for a second week with "Don't Start Now."

See the full chart here.

Photo: Twitter/Lady Gaga

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