Sia and Sean Paul sit pretty atop the Billboard Hot 100 for a third week

Major Lazer's Cold Water has dried up this week.

Sia's debut reign at the top of the US singles chart has entered a thrilling third week.

Cheap Thrills, the Australian's singer-songwriter's collaboration with Sean Paul, is atop the Billboard Hot 100 once again, fending off Drake's One Dance, which rebounds one place to Number 2 this week. The track is Sean Paul's first US chart topper in nearly 10 years and his fourth in total, and is Sia's first in the country.

Sean's gap between Number 1 singles is impressive, but not quite as incredible as a record Drake has extended this week. Drizzy has now sat in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 for 47 conseuctive weeks, the most ever for a male artist. From Hotline Bling through Work with Rihanna to One Dance, Drake has been present in the Top 10 since October 3rd, 2015.

Further down the Top 10, Major Lazer, Justin Bieber and MØ's spirits will be dampened as Cold Water falls to Number 5, and The Chainsmokers and Halsey debut at 9 with Closer, the highest debut for both acts.

Elsewhere, twenty one pilots rises from 15 to 11 with their Suicide Squad single Heathens, and country star Kenny Chesney's collaboration with P!nk lands at 29, marking Chesney's career best weekly sales total.

Over on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Drake's Views is replaced at the top by one of his friends' albums - Major Key from DJ Khaled. 95,000 combined chart sales was enough to push Drake from the top, who now sits at Number 2. 

Country musician Jake Owen enjoys his highest ever debut at 4 with American Love, and finally, former American Idol winner Fantastia enters at 6 with The Definition Of..., her fourth Top 10 album.

The Billboard singles and album charts are updated here on Official Charts every Wednesday. Click here to see the latest charts.

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