Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" spends a seventh week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated March 25), as parent LP ÷ (Divide) storms in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.mpressively, "Shape" leads all three of the Hot 100's main component charts -- Digital Song Sales, Radio Songs and Streaming Songs  -- becoming the first song to top all the lists simultaneously since "Closer" (Nov. 12, 2016).

Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like" hits a new peak on the Hot 100, rising 4-3 and besting the No. 4 peak of prior single "24K Magic," the title track from Mars' latest album. Following the first full tracking week after the official video for "Like" arrived March 1, the track lifts 3-2 on Digital Song Sales, up 25 percent to 95,000 sold, and enters the top 10 on Radio Songs (12-7; 75 million, up 14 percent) and Streaming Songs (11-7; 19.4 million, up 12 percent). On the Hot R&B Songs chart, "Like" collects a fourth week at No. 1.

Zayn and Taylor Swift's "I Don't Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker)" drops 3-4 on the Hot 100 after hitting No. 2, while Rihanna's "Love on the Brain" bumps 6-5 on the Hot 100, hitting a new peak. The song is Rihanna's 22nd top five hit, breaking her out of a fifth-place tie with Elvis Presley (who tallied 21 top fives after the Hot 100's 1958 inception; his career predates the Hot 100, as he first hit Billboard charts in 1956). The only artists with more top five Hot 100 hits than Rihanna: The Beatles (29), Madonna (28), Mariah Carey (26) and Janet Jackson (24). Airplay continues to drive the ballad most heavily, as it keeps at No. 3 on Radio Songs (107 million, essentially even week-over-week).

Kodak Black's first Hot 100 top 10, "Tunnel Vision," hits a new high (8-6), while bulleting for a second week at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (33.3 million, up 9 percent); The Chainsmokers' "Paris" holds at No. 7 on the Hot 100 after reaching No. 6, while returning for a second week at No. 1 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart and hitting the Radio Songs top 10 (11-9; 67 million, up 1 percent); and Big Sean's "Bounce Back" lives up to its title, ascending 9-8 on the Hot 100 after climbing to No. 6.

Clean Bandit's "Rockabye" rockets 24-9 on the Hot 100 (after previously reaching No. 21), sparked by its 17-3 vault on Digital Song Sales (68,000, up 97 percent), boosted by 69-cent sale-pricing in the iTunes Store. It also pushes 23-19 on Radio Songs (50 million, up 7 percent) and bullets at No. 34 (down from No. 32) on Streaming Songs (12.7 million, up 6 percent). The track -- which incorporates the lyrics to nursery rhyme "Rock-a-bye Baby," which dates back more than two-and-a-half centuries, to 1765, specifically -- is Clean Bandit's second Hot 100 top 10, surpassing the No. 10 peak of "Rather Be" (featuring Jess Glynne) in 2014.

 

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, The Chainsmokers' "Closer," which spent 12 weeks at No. 1, adds a historic honor, tying the record for the most weeks logged in the top 10: 32 (all from its debut at No. 9 on Aug. 20, 2016). The track equals the top 10 run of LeAnn Rimes' "How Do I Live": 32 top 10 weeks in 1997-98.