Top 5 Songs for Week Ending March 18

Number 5: The Chainsmokers & Coldplay "Something Just Like This" 


It's the second single from The Chainsmokers' up and coming collection "Recollections: Do Not Open," and the lead single from Coldplay's EP "Kaleidoscope." Last September, The Chainsmokers shared two short clasps from a forthcoming melody including Coldplay artist Chris Martin. A month ago they appeared it at the BRIT Awards in London. 




Number 4: Bruno Mars "That's What I Like" 

Bruno Mars was additionally at the BRITS singing "That is What I Like," which holds in fourth place on the Hot 100. 

We should test your insight about this 31-year-old artist. His genuine name is Peter Hernandez. He was brought up in Hawaii. Before turning into a performance star, Mars was a maker and musician in a group called The Smeezingtons. 


You know who else began as a lyricist? She's here in third place alongside Zayne. 




Number 3: Zayn & Taylor Swift "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" 


Zayn and Taylor Swift tread water in third place with "I Don't Wanna Live Forever." You presumably realize that Swift was a Country music star before breaking into pop, however did you know she additionally snared her own distributing bargain at 14 years old? Quick marked with Nashville's Sony/ATV Music house while still a first year recruit in secondary school, directly in the wake of leaving an improvement manage RCA. That same year, she kept in touch with her first hit single, "Tim McGraw." 




Number 2: Migos "Bad And Boujee" 

Migos have been around since 2009, and a week ago they arrived on the front of a noteworthy U.S. distribution. 


The Georgia rap trio shows up on the front of the present issue of Billboard Magazine, and they're not ignoring their worldwide group of onlookers: this North American summer, Migos will hit celebrations in Canada, Belgium, and the United Kingdom. 




Number 1: Ed Sheeran "Shape Of You" 

Talking about the United Kingdom, Ed Sheeran spends a 6th aggregate week at the top with "State Of You."

Rolling Stone Magazine put Sheeran on the front of its current U.S. release. In the going with story we discover that he had a falter as a kid; he hurt his foot climbing on an Icelandic well of lava; and he burned through three weeks in the African country of Ghana a year ago.

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