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Jack Harlow’s “Lovin’ On Me” Returns to #1 on Hot 100 as Christmas Songs Fade

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After a month dominated by Christmas music on the Hot 100, the holiday tunes are finally receding, allowing non-Christmas songs to regain their positions. Jack Harlow’s “Lovin’ On Me,” the last non-Christmas song to top the charts in early December, managed to hold its ground in the Top 10 despite the festive influx. This week, it makes a triumphant return to the #1 spot.

Several other songs are making significant leaps near the top of the charts as Christmas songs decline. Taylor Swift’s “Cruel Summer” and Tate McRae’s “greedy” jumped 17 and 21 spots, respectively, to secure positions in the top 3. Doja Cat claims two spots in the top 10 with “Paint The Town Red” at number 4 and “Agora Hills” at number 10. Both tracks surged 26 spots on the chart to reach their current positions. Breakthrough R&B star Tyla also achieved a new peak with her song “Water,” landing at number 7. Explore the full top 10 of the Hot 100 below.

Jack Harlow’s return to #1 follows his recent venture into a new live experience for fans. Teaming up with META, he presented the virtual reality concert “No Place Like Home,” offering fans a front-row seat to one of his shows from the comfort of their homes through virtual reality headsets. While many praised the experience, some noted they lacked virtual reality capabilities.

In addition to his solo success, Jack Harlow recently collaborated with Dave on the Lyrical Lemonade single “All Is Yellow,” the fourth new song from the musical outfit. What are your thoughts on Jack Harlow’s “Lovin’ On Me” reclaiming the top spot on the Hot 100 this week? Share your favorite song in this week’s Hot 100 top 10 in the comments below.

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