The top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 remains almost completely stagnant for the third week in a row, marking the first time in the history of the charts that the top seven songs in America remain unmoved.
According to Billboard, for the eighth week in a row, Pharrell Williams' "Happy" is the No. 1 song in America. Though the tear-inducing track lost a few chart points, Pharrell still leads Radio Songs and digital sales for yet another week, easily securing him a second month of hit for the G I R L lead single.
As stated, the top seven songs in the country remain the same for the third week in a row.
That means: John Legend's sappy love ballad "All Of Me" rests at No. 2, Katy Perry strides on her "Dark Horse" at No. 3 again, Jason Derulo holds strong at No. 4 with "Talk Dirty," Idina Menzel remains Frozen with "Let It Go" at No. 5, Bastille remains in the rubble with "Pompeii" at No. 6 and Lorde is a member of the No. 7 crew with "Team."
In a week where Frozen tops the US Album Chart for the 10th nonconsecutive week, let's just say the Billboard charts have been a little dull thus far in 2014.
Even when the Hot 100's top 10 gets a little bit of a shakeup, it's all slight movements.
DJ Snake and Lil Jon's "Turn Down For What" rose two spots, climing from No. 10 to No. 8 thanks to minor gains in sales and streams, though its radio play has risen 15 percent. "Turn Down For What" swapped places with OneRepublic's former No. 2 hit "Counting Stars," which slid to the No. 10 spot.
Between those two songs? Another non-mover. Aloe Blacc's "The Man" is kept at No. 9.
The highest debut and the great hope for a little bit of a shakeup in the Hot 100 for next week comes via Ed Sheeran's funky Pharrell-produced x single "Sing," which shot into the Hot 100 at No. 15.