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Dua Lipa & DaBaby’s “Levitating” Enjoys 2nd Week As #1 Song At Pop & Hot Adult Contemporary Radio

“Levitating” keeps its spot atop both charts.

Last week, Dua Lipa’s “Levitating (featuring DaBaby)” rose to #1 on the Mediabase pop and hot adult contemporary radio charts**. This week, it retains the throne at both formats.

— The enduring hit collaboration received ~18,177 pop radio spins during the June 13-19 tracking period. The format-leading count tops last week’s mark by 664.

Justin Bieber’s “Peaches (featuring Daniel Caesar & GIVEON)” holds at #2 on the new pop chart, while Ariana Grande’s “pov” stays in the #3 position. Lil Nas X’s “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” rises two spots to #4, and Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More (featuring SZA)” ascends three places to #5.

— “Levitating” meanwhile garnered ~6,204 tracking period plays at the Hot AC format. Enough for a second week at #1, this week’s figure reflects a week-over-week gain of 72.

Maroon 5’s “Beautiful Mistakes (featuring Megan Thee Stallion)” holds at #2, as The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” stays at #3. Tate McRae’s “you broke me first” and 24kGoldn’s “Mood (featuring iann dior)” remain in the #4 and #5 positions, respectively.

**Editor’s Note: Following the publication of last week’s pop chart, Mediabase slightly revised its spin counts. The retroactive update led to “Peaches” moving into #1 and “Levitating” ranking as a close #2. From a record-keeping perspective, the change does not, however, nullify the achievement for Dua Lipa and DaBaby. Last week’s ascent to #1 still counts, meaning that “Levitating” is indeed celebrating a second week in the pinnacle position.

Brian Cantor

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