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CHART FINAL: LOVE CONQUERS ALL

Columbia's The Kid LAROI earns his first-ever #1 on this week's Top 50 chart with the third and final installment of his F*ck Love project. Last week, the Columbia star added 13 more songs to F*ck Love 3+: Over You, taking the track total to 35 and boosting the project to 80k, a new chart peak.

LAROI has had the most-streamed song in the U.S. since he dropped “Stay” f/Justin Bieber three weeks ago. The collaboration has already crossed 500k in total activity. The House of Perry also holds the #2 spot (with Lil Nas X's debuting "Industry Baby" f/Jack Harlow) on our Streaming Songs rundown. Big Red is on a roll.

Geffen’s Olivia Rodrigo returns to #2 on the chart as SOUR pulls in 70k in its 10th week. Kemosabe/RCA’s Doja Cat continues her Top 5 run with Planet Her at #3.

Top entries go to CMG/Warlike/Interscope rapper EST Gee, whose major-label debut mixtape, Bigger Than Life or Death, opens in the Top 10 in its first complete week, Vandross/Empire's Yung Bleu (debuting at #13) and Columbia’s Leon Bridges, whose Gold-Diggers Sound bows at #22.

Superstar Taylor Swift and living legend Paul McCartney make big leaps with folklore (Republic) and McCartney III Imagined (Capitol), respectively. Powered by strong sales (mostly vinyl), both surged into the Top 20.

Streeting this week are new titles from Darkroom/Interscope’s Billie Eilish, TDE/Warner’s Isaiah Rashad, RCA’s Bleachers, Legacy’s Prince and MCA Nashville’s Parker McCollum.

Stay tuned for the deluxe version of this story, with 14 bonus adjectives.

Go to the HITS Top 50 Chart

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