Harry Styles' "As It Was" Returns to Top of US Singles Chart

Five months after its release, “As It Was”, by Harry Styles, continues to be very successful around the world and, particularly, in the United States. The single returned to the top of the Billboard chart in its 11th non-consecutive week at the coveted spot.

The result comes in the middle of the incredible “season” that Styles is doing at Madison Square Garden, in New York – no less than 15 shows in 30 days in the most legendary arena, given the huge demand for tickets to see him.

The top 10 had nothing new in relation to the ranking published seven days ago. The songs, at most, changed positions among themselves – “Bad Habit”, by Steve Lacy,
which climbed three positions, reaching the third position, was the song that climbed the most positions. Nicki Minaj’s “Super Freaky Girl”, which dropped from first to seventh, had the biggest drop in performance.

BLACKPINK (Photo: Getty Images)
In the top 40 were just two new ones: BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” (above) was at 22nd place and Bailey Zimmerman’s “Where It Ends” at 32nd.

The Top 10 looked like this:

1 – “As It Was” – Harry Styles (up one position)
2 – “About Damn Time” – Lizzo (up one position)
3 – “Bad Habit” – Steve Lacy (up three positions)
4 – “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” – Kate Bush (up one position)
5 – “BREAK MY SOUL” – Beyoncé (dropped one position)
6 – “Sunroof (with Dazy) – Nicky Youre (up one position)
7 – “Super Freaky Girl” – Nicki Minaj (dropped six places)
8 – “Wait For u (feat. Drake & Tems)” – Future (same position)
9 – “Me Porto Bonito (With Chencho Corleone)” – Bad Bunny (same position)
10 – “I Like You (A Happier Song) (feat. Doja Cat)” – Post Malone (same position)

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