Rah, rah! for OMI. For the second week, the Jamaican singer's surprise hit single "Cheerleader" is the No. 1 song in the U.S. on the Billboard Hot 100. The summery song tops the charts yet again but another quick rising single, "Can't Feel My Face" by The Weeknd is also fast approaching the peak of the charts.
"Cheerleader" holds off singles from The Weeknd and Wiz Khalifa for a second week, according to Billboard, to hold on to the No. 1 spot in the country. OMI's debut single (remixed by Felix Jaehn) keeps its top-of-the-chart status thanks to its No. 1 sales status after it moved 172,000 copies in the last week. "Cheerleader" also had a steady 12 percent increase in radio play to 122 million audience impressions and holds steady at No. 3 on the Streaming Songs chart.
OMI's "Cheerleader" is just barely holding off The Weeknd's fiery new Max Martin produced single "Can't Feel My Face," which rose one spot to No. 2 this week (pushing Wiz Khalifa's 12-week No. 1 "See You Again" to No. 3). "Can't Feel My Face" actually surpassed OMI in Radio play with 128 million audience impressions but sits below him in digital downloads (161,000 copies) and streams (No. 6 position).
However, "Can't Feel My Face" has had a triumphant debut and rise on the charts, first debuting at No. 12 before rising to No. 6 on July 1. So, this could be the summer of The Weeknd.
While there's notable movement at the top and bottom of the top 10, the middle section remains perfectly stagnant. Taylor Swift's latest 1989 single "Bad Blood" holds its No. 4 position for a third week, followed again by Silento's viral dance hit "Watch Me," which spends a second week in the fifth position on the charts. Nos. 6 through 8 also are locked into place with Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" at No. 6, Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance" at No. 7 and Rachel Platten's inspirational anthem "Fight Song" keeping up the fight at No. 8.
Beneath the pack of stable songs, two new tracks broke into the top 10 this week.
Major Lazor's slow climbing collaboration with MØ, "Lean On" rose eight spots this week to reach No. 9. The single, which initially dropped on March 2, finally broke into the top 10 thanks to strong streaming numbers with 9.6 million plays.
To round out the top 10, it's another appearance from The Weeknd. Ahead of his new album Beauty Behind the Madness, The Weeknd's first new song of 2015 "The Hills" climbed up two spots this week to reach No. 10.