Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" Returns to #1

With the end of the holiday season, when theme songs often dominate the Hot 100, the US singles chart has returned “to normal”, with contemporary hits, or close to it, dominating the charts. Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” returned to number one to spend its seventh non-consecutive week at the top of the chart.

The top 10 was once again occupied by names like Sam Smith, Drake or The Weeknd and many songs that had been absent, or were in the lower positions, on the list of the most listened to, regained their popularity.

What we haven’t had yet is a lot of news. To find a song that had never been on the chart, it was necessary to look at the unglamorous position of number 68 where “Bloody Mary” is, a song released in 2011 by Lady Gaga and which, thanks to a joke on TikTok where it was used as “alternative trail” of an emblematic scene of the “Wandinha” series, ended up being discovered by a new generation.

The top 10 looks like this:

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1 – “Anti-Hero” – Taylor Swift (Up Seven Places)
2 – “Unholy (feat. Kim Petras)” – Sam Smith (up eight spots)
3 – “Kill Bill” – SZA (Up eight spots)
4 – “I’m Good (Blue) (With Bebe Rexha)” – David Guetta (Up 15 places)
5 – “Rich Flex (With 21 Savage)” – Drake (Up 16 places)
6 – “Creepin’ (with The Weeknd & 21 Savage)” – Metro Boomin (Up 16 places)
7 – “As It Was” – Harry Styles (up 24 places)
8 – “Die For You” – The Weeknd (climbed 18 places)
9 – “Bad Habit” – Steve Lacy (Up 21 places)
10 – “CUFF IT” – BeyoncĂ© (climbed 28 places)

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