This Is What You Came For debuts in Top 10 in the United States

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Calvin Harris blasts onto the Hot 100 at No. 9 with This Is What You Came For, featuring Rihanna. The single starts at No. 3 on Digital Songs (123,000), No. 42 on Radio Songs (29 million in its first full week of tracking, following its April 29 arrival) and No. 46 on Streaming Songs (7.8 million).

Rihanna ties for her third-highest debut and, even more notably: Rihanna scores her 28th Hot 100 top 10, tying Stevie Wonder for the fourth-most all-time. Madonna leads with 38, followed by the Beatles (34) and Michael Jackson (29). Rihanna breaks out of a tie with Mariah Carey, Elton John and Janet Jackson, each with 27.

Needed Me is up nine places and this week it is #13. Too Good, a collaboration between Drake and Rihanna debuts at #52 this week. Kiss It Better drops nine places and is currently at #76 on Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Too Good might debut in Top 20 in the UK and This Is What You Came For (which debuted at #2) is fighting for the throne with Drake’s One Dance. 

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