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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: August 23, 2015

A World of chart hits.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back four years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of August 23, 2015…

Debuts:
40. CONNELL CRUISE, “Into The Wild”
39. JAMIE LAWSON, “Wasn’t Expecting That”

Biggest Mover(s):
(see #5 below)

10. AMERICAN AUTHORS, “Go Big Or Go Home” (down 4)
Album: What We Live For (2016, Island/Republic Records)
Peak: #4

09. JUKEBOX THE GHOST, “Postcard” (down 2)
Album: Jukebox The Ghost (2015, Cherrytree/Interscope Records)
Peak: #1 for seven weeks

08. GAVIN JAMES, “The Book Of Love” (down 3)
Album: Bitter Pill (2016, Capitol Records)
Peak: #1 for two weeks

07. SHAWN MENDES, “Stitches” (up 1)
Album: Handwritten (2015, Island/Republic Records)
Peak: #5

06. CARLY RAE JEPSEN, “Run Away With Me” (up 5)
Album: E·MO·TION (2015, Interscope Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

05. A GREAT BIG WORLD, “Hold Each Other” (up 7)
Album: When The Morning Comes (2015, Epic Records)
Peak: #1 for four weeks

04. WALK THE MOON, “Different Colors” (down 1)
Album: Talking Is Hard (2014, RCA Records)
Peak: #1 for one week

03. RØMANS, “Uh Huh” (down 2)
Album: Overthinking – Pt. 1 (EP) (2015, Roc Nation Records)
Peak: #1 for two weeks

02. JOHN NEWMAN, “Come And Get It” (up 2)
Album: Revolve (2015, Republic Records)
Peak: #1 for six weeks

01. DURAN DURAN featuring JANELLE MONÁE and NILE RODGERS, “Pressure Off” (up 1)
Album: Paper Gods (2015, Warner Bros. Records)
Peak: #1 for five weeks

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ADAM’S TOP 100 OF 2018: Part Five, 5-1

The top five is here on Adam’s Top 100 of 2018! The cream of the pop is ready for you, so enjoy all the great music ahead…

The 2018 chart year encompasses a period of 52 weekly surveys from the chart dated December 3, 2017 to the chart dated November 25, 2018. Peaks listed reflect the highest position reached by the final list of this period. For any ties in points, a song with the higher peak is listed first, and further ties are broken by the weeks at a song’s peak position and the amount of time charted in the top 40. 171 titles had at least one point qualify towards the year-end chart, a decrease from the 176 that did so in 2017.

05. JUKEBOX THE GHOST, “Everybody’s Lonely”
Album: Off To The Races
Label: Caroline
Peak: #2 for one week
Weeks: 27
Points: 737

Writers: Ben Thornewill, CJ Baran, Peter Thomas
Producers: CJ Baran, Peter Thomas

Three years ago, this band galloped to the top of my year-end survey with “Postcard”, which had a seven-week run at #1 on my chart. Their song at #5 for the year didn’t quite match that, but its #2 peak and top 40 stay of over half a year are still pretty impressive. The single also became the band’s first song to chart at Alternative radio, entering the top 20, even though its parent album failed to rank on the Billboard 200 list. (The group’s self-titled album reached the lower rungs of the chart four years ago.) With “Fred Astaire” already leaving my survey, narrowly missing my top 20, the trio’s latest era is likely done for singles. However, you never know when a Ghost could haunt my top 40…

04. BACKSTREET BOYS, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”
Album: DNA
Label: RCA
Peak: #1 for three weeks
Weeks: 27
Points: 749

Writers: Jamie Hartman, Stephen Wrabel, Stuart Crichton
Producers: Jamie Hartman, Stuart Crichton

After “Drowning” reached the top spot on my chart during the fall of 2001, it would be struggle for the Backstreet Boys for over a decade to reclaim the summit. On two occasions, the band topped out at #10 with 2005’s “Incomplete” and 2007’s “Inconsolable”, but failed to enter the region with a handful of other entries. So, when the group re-signed with a major label and put out this tune, the nostalgia was real. It’s still hard to believe that it took nearly 17 years for the Boys to return to #1 here, but a chart-topper is a chart-topper, no matter what year it is. I’m also looking forward to their upcoming release DNA, which also includes “Chances”, a current top ten song on my list. I heart them!

03. NIALL HORAN, “On The Loose”
Album: Flicker
Label: Capitol
Peak: #1 for three weeks
Weeks: 30
Points: 803

Writers: John Ryan, Julian Bunetta, Niall Horan
Producer: Julian Bunetta

2018 was another awesome year for the one-time One Direction member, as he became the first performer to get five #1 songs on my chart from one album. Pretty impressive, right? This was the fourth of five, which had a solid three-week run atop my list. “On” was the last song from Flicker to be serviced to radio in the U.S., entering the top 20 on the Hot AC list and just missing the region at the Top 40 format. It’ll be hard for his next album to match that streak, but there’s no doubt in my mind that the music will be good. Of course, the performer’s hit “Slow Hands” was crowned my #1 track of 2017, spending seven weeks at the top of my list. I’ve gotta hand it to him: he’s one talented guy.

02. GEORGE EZRA, “Shotgun”
Album: Staying At Tamara’s
Label: Columbia
Peak: #1 for six weeks
Weeks: 25+
Points: 846

Writers: Fred Gibson, George Barnett, Joel Pott
Producers: Cam Blackwood, FRED

As of the end of the chart year in November, “Shotgun” was still well into the top 20 on my weekly chart, giving Ezra’s song the potential to land on 2019’s list as well. Until then, let’s focus on this tune’s massive run for the year, spending a hefty six weeks at the top in August and September. It was the perfect summer single, and an international audience loved it too, as it became Ezra’s first song to hit #1 in Australia and the United Kingdom. In the States, “Shotgun” became a sizable top ten hit on the Triple A survey earlier this year, with some moderate results at Hot AC radio and a Top 40 crossover planned for January. If you haven’t taken a ride with him yet, I would highly recommend it.

01. GEORGE EZRA, “Paradise”
Album: Staying At Tamara’s
Label: Columbia
Peak: #1 for three weeks
Weeks: 32
Points: 866

Writer: George Barnett
Producer: Cam Blackwood

Yes, you’re seeing double, but in a good way. George Ezra has both my #1 and #2 songs of 2018, with “Paradise” leading the way. On any of my year-end charts, it’s not uncommon to see an act with two songs in the top ten, but holding down the top two spots? That’s rare. As a #1 single for three weeks on my personal chart with a run of almost eight months in the top 40, I was sure for most of the year that “Paradise” (or “On The Loose”, back at #3) would end up as my top title for 2018. So, I’m certainly very happy with the final result. Would you believe that Ezra’s breakout hit “Budapest” never made my chart? It bubbled under during the spring and summer of 2014. That’s quite a jump for the man who now has the top two songs on my year-end list four years later. As far as 2019 goes, “Hold My Girl” is now climbing up my list and headed towards the top 20, while “Shotgun” (as mentioned above) descends after its #1 adventure during the summer. If another song from his album becomes a single down the line, who knows what’ll happen? Until then, I’ll have an extended stay in “Paradise” this winter.

A big thank you for checking out my Top 100 of 2018! Here’s to more awesome chart adventures in 2019. Happy holidays!

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: September 2, 2018

By George, I think he’s got it.

DEBUTS
39. KT Tunstall – The River
38. Bishop Briggs – Baby
37. Dave Matthews Band – Again And Again
36. Barns Courtney – 99
34. Jukebox The Ghost – Fred Astaire | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
33. Mat Kearney & RAC – Memorized (40)
25. Marshmello x Bastille – Happier (34) | BIGGEST MOVER
24. Nina Nesbitt – Loyal To Me (29)
15. Elle King – Shame (21)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Panic! At The Disco – High Hopes (13) | PEAK: #10
09. A Great Big World – Younger (07) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks
08. Niall Horan & Maren Morris – Seeing Blind (08) | PEAK: #08
07. Imagine Dragons – Natural (09) | PEAK: #07
06. Paul McCartney – Come On To Me (06) | PEAK: #06
05. Ben Rector – Drive (05) | PEAK: #05
04. John Mayer – New Light (03) | PEAK: #02
03. Backstreet Boys – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (04) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
02. Kacey Musgraves – High Horse (02) | PEAK: #02
01. George Ezra – Shotgun (01) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Rod Stewart featuring Bridget Cady – Didn’t I (3)
2. Muse – Something Human (1)
3. Anna Clendening – Boys Like You (6)
4. Robyn – Missing U (4)
5. Picture This – When We Were Young (2)
6. Steve Perry – No Erasin’ (9)
7. Cher – Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) (7)
8. LSD (Labrinth/Sia/Diplo) – Thunderclouds (-)
9. Ariana Grande – Breathin (-)
10. Phillip Phillips – Magnetic (-)

In The Mix:
AJ Mitchell – Girls
Alec Benjamin – Let Me Down Slowly (new)
Alesso – Remedy (new)
David Guetta featuring Anne-Marie – Don’t Leave Me Alone (new)
Eric Hutchinson – She Could Be The One
Janet Jackson – Made For Now
Logan Henderson – Pull Me Deep
LP – Girls Go Wild
Matt Maeson – Cringe
Max Frost – Good Morning
The Revivalists – All My Friends
The Spencer Lee Band – River Water
Thomas Abban – Sinner
Why Don’t We – 8 Letters (new)

Chart Notes:

  • George Ezra‘s “Shotgun” extends its time at #1 on my personal chart by another week, now there for a third week, but the latest countdown is all about the debuts. There are five new tracks entering the top 40, a noticeably larger total than usual, led by “Fred Astaire” from Jukebox The Ghost at #34. This is the follow-up to “Everybody’s Lonely”, which peaked at #2 in April. The trio’s 2015 single “Postcard” spent seven weeks at #1 and became my top song of that year. Two steps below, at #36, Barns Courtney is back with “99”, the year my first official chart was published. (Oh, the nostalgia of it all!) Courtney logged four weeks at the top in 2016 with “Fire”, which remains his biggest hit to date. New at #37, with their second top 40 single from Come Tomorrow, the Dave Matthews Band is in with “Again And Again”. The group last made my top ten in late 2009 with “You And Me”, reaching #9. Bishop Briggs lands one notch lower at #38 with “Baby”, which marks her third entry to chart this year, following “Dream” (#15) and “White Flag” (#24). Finally, at #39, KT Tunstall scores her first top 40 entry in nearly eight years with “The River”. It was twelve years ago that Tunstall spent two weeks at #1 with “Black Horse And The Cherry Tree”, her only chart-topper to date.

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: May 27, 2018

“One” is the one.

DEBUTS
38. Maddie Poppe – Going Going Gone
36. Passenger – Hell Or High Water | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
33. Christina Aguilera featuring Demi Lovato – Fall In Line (40)
24. Backstreet Boys – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (36) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)
18. Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight (28)
13. Jason Mraz – Have It All (18)
12. A Great Big World – Younger (24) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie) — two weeks

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Jukebox The Ghost – Everybody’s Lonely (07) | PEAK: #02
09. Bleachers – Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song) (11) | PEAK: #09
08. Taylor Swift – Delicate (09) | PEAK: #08
07. Niall Horan – On The Loose (03) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
06. Echosmith – Over My Head (04) | PEAK: #04
05. James TW – Say Love (06) | PEAK: #05
04. Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry (08) | PEAK: #04
03. George Ezra – Paradise (02) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
02. Shawn Mendes – In My Blood (01) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks
01. Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss (03) | PEAK: #01 for one week | NEW #1

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. The Knocks featuring Foster The People – Ride Or Die (1)
2. Celine Dion – Ashes (2)
3. Kacey Musgraves – High Horse (4)
4. Julia Michaels – Jump (6)
5. NOTD featuring Bea Miller – I Wanna Know (5)
6. Years & Years – If You’re Over Me (8)
7. Maroon 5 – Girls Like You (7)
8. Rex Orange County featuring Benny Sings – Loving Is Easy (10)
9. Grace VanderWaal – Clearly (9)
10. Noah Cyrus & MAX – Team (-)

In The Mix:
American Authors – Deep Water (new)
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness – Ohio (new)
Clean Bandit featuring Demi Lovato – Solo
Ed Sheeran – Happier
Florence + The Machine – Hunger
King Princess – 1950
Lenny Kravitz – Low (new)
Serena Ryder featuring Simon Ward – Famous
Train featuring Cam – Call Me Sir (new)
Troye Sivan – Bloom

Chart Notes:

  • On this Memorial Day Weekend, there’s a new song at the top from Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa! “One Kiss” marks the first collaboration for the two soloists, soaring from 3-1 this week. It’s Harris’s first #1 on my chart and Lipa’s second, following her smash “New Rules”, which spent two weeks at the top in November. The current songs from A Great Big World (“Younger”) and the Backstreet Boys (“Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”) share the title of Biggest Mover this week, moving up a massive 12 notches to #12 and #24, respectively. (Expect both chart hits to vie for my own Song Of The Summer in the next few weeks.) A pair of new tracks enter the top 40 this week, led by Passenger‘s “Hell Or High Water” at #36. The single, which was recently serviced to the Triple A format, is the ninth chart entry for the singer, five of which have hit #1. Could this become his sixth? It may have a chance later this summer, especially as his upcoming set Runaway approaches. Two spots lower, at #38, the latest American Idol champ makes her chart debut: 20-year-old Maddie Poppe with “Going Going Gone”. It’s the third coronation song from the music competition show to make my survey since the start of the decade, following a pair of tracks from Phillip Phillips (“Home”, 2012) and Nick Fradiani (“Beautiful Life”, 2015).

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: May 20, 2018

“Blood” rushes to #1.

DEBUTS
40. Christina Aguilera featuring Demi Lovato – Fall In Line
36. Backstreet Boys – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
32. John Mayer – New Light (38)
31. P!nk – Whatever You Want (36)
28. Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight (35)
24. A Great Big World – Younger (32) | BIGGEST MOVER
(see #8 below)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Janelle Monáe – Make Me Feel (06) | PEAK: #06
09. Taylor Swift – Delicate (09) | PEAK: #09
08. Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry (13) | PEAK: #08
07. Jukebox The Ghost – Everybody’s Lonely (04) | PEAK: #02
06. James TW – Say Love (10) | PEAK: #06
05. Niall Horan – On The Loose (03) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
04. Echosmith – Over My Head (05) | PEAK: #04
03. Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss (07) | PEAK: #03
02. George Ezra – Paradise (02) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
01. Shawn Mendes – In My Blood (01) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. The Knocks featuring Foster The People – Ride Or Die (1)
2. Celine Dion – Ashes (4)
3. Passenger – Hell Or High Water (-)
4. Kacey Musgraves – High Horse (3)
5. NOTD featuring Bea Miller – I Wanna Know (2)
6. Julia Michaels – Jump (5)
7. Maroon 5 – Girls Like You (-)
8. Years & Years – If You’re Over Me (-)
9. Grace VanderWaal – Clearly (7)
10. Rex Orange County featuring Benny Sings – Loving Is Easy (-)

In The Mix:
Clean Bandit featuring Demi Lovato – Solo (new)
Ed Sheeran – Happier
Family Of The Year – Hold Me Down
Florence + The Machine – Hunger
King Princess – 1950
Noah Cyrus & MAX – Team
Serena Ryder featuring Simon Ward – Famous
The Night Game – The Outfield
Troye Sivan – Bloom
U2 – Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way

Chart Notes:

  • Is it 1999 or 2018? That is the question. This week’s two splashy debuts come from none other than the Backstreet Boys and Christina Aguilera, who haven’t appeared on my survey together since the summer of 2001. Just under 17 years ago, in July of that year, “More Than That” from the Boys and “Lady Marmalade” from Aguilera and her Moulin Rouge pals, both #1 songs on my chart, last ranked in the top 40 simultaneously. (Though that was the last time the two acts appeared on my survey with individual titles, both sang on the 2001 charity track “What’s Going On?”, credited to the All-Star Tribute, while Carter from the Backstreet Boys and Aguilera were in the top 40 during the fall of 2002 with “Help Me” and “Dirrty”, respectively. Leaping ahead to the latest chart, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” (#36) from the five-man group and “Fall In Line” (#40) from Aguilera and duet partner Demi Lovato will be going strong on my chart for some time. Paging *NSYNC and Britney Spears, come back to the pop world…

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: May 13, 2018

A bloody good #1.

DEBUTS
40. Dave Matthews Band – Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)
38. John Mayer – New Light
35. Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight
32. A Great Big World – Younger | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
33. Leon Bridges – Beyond (38)
29. Ocean Park Standoff – If You Were Mine (35) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)
22. Jason Mraz – Have It All (27)
13. Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry (19) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. James TW – Say Love (13) | PEAK: #10
09. Taylor Swift – Delicate (09) | PEAK: #09
08. Lissie – Best Days (05) | PEAK: #04
07. Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss (10) | PEAK: #07
06. Janelle Monáe – Make Me Feel (06) | PEAK: #06
05. Echosmith – Over My Head (07) | PEAK: #05
04. Jukebox The Ghost – Everybody’s Lonely (04) | PEAK: #02
03. Niall Horan – On The Loose (03) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
02. George Ezra – Paradise (01) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
01. Shawn Mendes – In My Blood (02) | PEAK: #01 for one week | NEW #1

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. The Knocks featuring Foster The People – Ride Or Die (1)
2. NOTD featuring Bea Miller – I Wanna Know (4)
3. Kacey Musgraves – High Horse (5)
4. Celine Dion – Ashes (8)
5. Julia Michaels – Jump (10)
6. King Princess – 1950 (6)
7. Grace VanderWaal – Clearly (9)
8. Family Of The Year – Hold Me Down (-)
9. U2 – Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way (-)
10. Ed Sheeran – Happier (-)

In The Mix:
Florence + The Machine – Hunger
LSD (Labrinth/Sia/Diplo) – Genius
Maroon 5 – Girls Like You (new)
Noah Cyrus & MAX – Team (new)
Rex Orange County featuring Benny Sings – Loving Is Easy (new)
Serena Ryder featuring Simon Ward – Famous
The Night Game – The Outfield
Troye Sivan – Bloom

Chart Notes:

  • Congrats to Canadian singer and songwriter Shawn Mendes, who scores his second #1 on my chart with “In My Blood”. The hit, up 2-1 this week, leads Mendes’s forthcoming self-titled album, due May 25. He previously led my chart for three weeks in June and July of last year with “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”. The debut action is also hot this week, with four entries on the countdown, led by A Great Big World‘s “Younger” at #32. The duo has two #1 songs to date, and “Younger” is now their seventh top 40 hit since 2013. Following that, Bastille‘s “Quarter Past Midnight” jumps in at #35, their eighth top 40 entry to date. In January, the group reached #8 with “World Gone Mad”, which was featured on the soundtrack to Netflix’s Bright. For singer and songwriter John Mayer, it’s a new entry for #38 with “New Light”. The single marks Mayer’s first new material to not be released by longtime label home Columbia since 2001, though it is distributed by Sony’s independent arm The Orchard (via label Snack Money.) Lastly, at #40, is the Dave Matthews Band with “Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)”, the first single off their upcoming album Come Tomorrow. It’s their first studio set in nearly six years, which launched the singles “Mercy” (#19) and “If Only” (#30) into the top 40 in 2012.

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: May 6, 2018

Three trips to “Paradise”.

DEBUTS
40. P!nk – Whatever You Want
39. Forest Blakk – Love Me
38. Leon Bridges – Beyond | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
27. Jason Mraz – Have It All (37) | BIGGEST MOVER
19. Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry (25)
(see #10)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – One Kiss (17) | PEAK: #10
09. Taylor Swift – Delicate (11) | PEAK: #09
08. Kelly Clarkson – I Don’t Think About You (07) | PEAK: #05
07. Echosmith – Over My Head (08) | PEAK: #07
06. Janelle Monáe – Make Me Feel (06) | PEAK: #06
05. Lissie – Best Days (05) | PEAK: #04
04. Jukebox The Ghost – Everybody’s Lonely (02) | PEAK: #02
03. Niall Horan – On The Loose (03) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
02. Shawn Mendes – In My Blood (04) | PEAK: #02
01. George Ezra – Paradise (01) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. The Knocks featuring Foster The People – Ride Or Die (5)
2. Loote – Your Side Of The Bed (1)
3. Kim Petras – Heart To Break (2)
4. NOTD featuring Bea Miller – I Wanna Know (8)
5. Kacey Musgraves – High Horse (3)
6. King Princess – 1950 (7)
7. Nina Nesbitt – Somebody Special (4)
8. Celine Dion – Ashes (-)
9. Grace VanderWaal – Clearly (9)
10. Julia Michaels – Jump (-)

In The Mix:
Ed Sheeran – Happier
Family Of The Year – Hold Me Down
Florence + The Machine – Hunger (new)
LSD (Labrinth/Sia/Diplo) – Genius (new)
Serena Ryder featuring Simon Ward – Famous
The Night Game – The Outfield
Troye Sivan – Bloom (new)
U2 – Love Is Bigger Than Anything In Its Way

Chart Notes:

  • New songs from Forest BlakkLeon Bridges and P!nk break into the top 40 this week – “Beyond” from Bridges leads with a debut at #38. It’s the first Hot AC single off his latest release Good Thing, though “Bad Bad News”, which was released a few weeks before “Beyond”, is now in the top five on the Triple A chart. (Look for “Beyond” to enter the lower rungs of the Hot AC chart tomorrow.) One spot lower is future CanCon smash “Love Me” by Blakk, which is already earning moderate airplay on a handful of stations on the Hot AC panel up north. The singer and songwriter was born in Canada, but currently calls Germany home. Lastly, at #40, is another chart song from that colorful hitmaker herself, the third off her Beautiful Trauma album. It’s the follow-up to the title cut, a recent #2 single on my list, which is now at #37 in its 24th week in the countdown.

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