Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" ft. Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber continues its world domination atop the Global track chart for a 17th week!

Posted on September 7, 2017

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Noone can remove "Despacito" from atop the Global Track chart! Only
seven songs have lasted atop the chart for at least 17 weeks in almost
60 years of the Global track chart history: Bryan Adams '(Everything I
Do) I Do It For You' (1991) and Pharrell Williams 'Happy' (2014), each
scored 19 weeks at No. 1: The Beatles 'Hey Jude' (1968) was No. 1 for 18
weeks, and Whitney Houstons 'I Will Always Love You' (1992), Los Del
Rio's 'Macarena' (1996), Black Eyed Peas 'I Gotta Feeling' (2009), and
ELVIS PRESLEY's 'Now Or Never' (1960), each scored 17 weeks at the top.

Next week Taylor Swift 's new smash 'Look What You Made Me Do' will be
making a deep impact on the hitlist with massive initial sales of over
500,000 and streaming.

The Highest debut on this week's tally is 'Friends', a new smash from
Justin Bieber and a cooperation with American record producer and
songwriter BloodPop The song debuts at no.4 on this week's chart!



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