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Ava Max, Fleetwood Mac, Doja Cat, Clairo And Bebe Rexha: 5 Important Moves On This Week’s Hot 100

Will Fleetwood Mac earn their first top 10 hit in years with one of their oldest and most beloved cuts? At the rate the tune is climbing the Hot 100, it certainly looks like it, as “Dreams” nearly entered the competitive field this time around.

Behind that shocking win, a handful of successful songs rise into important regions on the Hot 100 in a particularly exciting frame on the chart for relatively new acts.

Here’s a look at five of the most important moves on this week’s Hot 100 singles chart.

No. 12 – Fleetwood Mac – “Dreams”

More than 40 years after it was first released, Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” inches closer to the top 10 on the Hot 100 than it has been in a long, long time. The track pushes to No. 12 on the current list, aided by a viral video that features the catchy tune that the internet can’t get enough of. 

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As older audiences continue to show their love for the favorite and new fans discover it for the first time, the cut could climb into the highest tier in the next frame or two.

No. 32 – Ava Max – “Kings & Queens”

Following the release of her debut album Heaven & Hell just a short time ago, Ava Max’s “Kings & Queens” continues to ascend on the Hot 100, stepping up to No. 32 this time around. The cut enters the top 40 on the chart for the first time, giving the raising pop singer her second placement inside the region.

No. 34 – Jameson Rodgers – “Some Girls”

Country newcomer Jameson Rodgers sees his breakout single “Some Girls,” already a favorite on the genre-specific Billboard rankings that fit the music he makes, become a crossover hit this week. The cut bolts to No. 34 on the Hot 100, giving the musician his first top 40 win on the tally (but hopefully not his last).

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No. 58 – Bebe Rexha – “Baby, I’m Jealous (ft. Doja Cat)”

Bebe Rexha officially kicks off the promotional campaign surrounding her forthcoming sophomore album (which doesn’t yet have a release date or title) with new single “Baby, I’m Jealous,” which enters the Hot 100 at No. 58. The tune, which credits Doja Cat as a featured act, is the twelfth placement on the tally for Rexha and the sixth for Cat.

No. 95 – Clairo – “Sofia”

Electropop talent Clairo, already a streaming favorite and someone who has been cited as one to watch for a while now, hits the Hot 100 for the first time with “Sofia,” which is turning out to be a true star-making smash. The cut only lifts to No. 95, but this could be just the beginning for the tune. Impressively, the piece is featured on her debut album Immunity, which was released last summer.

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