Sia lands her first Top 5 single as a headline artist on the US Billboard Hot 100 with Cheap Thrills

While Drake's One Dance continues to lead the way...

13 weeks at Number 1 in the UK for Drake is quite the stretch, but he just bagged his 18th non-consecutive week at the top of the United States' Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

One Dance featuring Wizkid and Kyla is the biggest song in America for a ninth non-consecutive week, Drake's second song this year to manage nine weeks at the helm. The other was his featured slot on Rihanna's Work. 18 weeks combined - and we thought Drake's grip over the UK's chart scene was prolific!

Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling and The Chainsmokers' Don't Let Me Down stay static at the Number 2 and 3 positions, while Drake's pal RiRi climbs a spot alongside Calvin Harris - a new peak for their collaboration This Is What You Came For.

Rounding out the Top 5 is another climber - Sia's Cheap Thrills. The collaboration with Sean Paul hits a new PB of 5, Sia's first Top 5 hit as a lead artist. She previously struck Number 5 when featuring on Flo Rida's Wild Ones. Sean Paul is no stranger to the US Top 5, although this is his first appearance within it for 10 years.

twenty one pilots' Ride ascends a place to Number 8, Adele's Send My Love hits a new high of 12, Meghan Trainor's Me Too climbs to 13 and James Bay's Let It Go reaches a new peak of Number 16, his career best.

Over on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Blink-182 have ended Drake's nine week stay at the top spot with Views. Blink's seventh studio album and current UK Number 1 California shifted a combined 172,000 sales.

Blink's return to the Billboard Number 1 after 15 years and 17 days away is the longest recorded gap since 2012, when Lionel Richie's Tuskegee became his first chart topper for 25 years, six months and 25 days. 

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