Lizzo has returned to the top of the U.S. pop charts to tie the longest run at number one for a rap track by a woman.
The hitmaker feared she had missed her opportunity to connect Iggy Azalea’s seven-week record with Fact Harms when the track was toppled by Travis Scott’s Highest in the Room recently, but it appears her summertime hit has actually taken pleasure in a spike, taking it back to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
Iggy Azalea first struck 7 weeks at the top of the countdown with Fancy.
Cardi B and Lauryn Hill are the just other female rap artists to invest numerous weeks at number one with one track.
Meanwhile, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s Senorita has actually rebounded to two on the Hot 100, while Lewis Capaldi’s Somebody You Enjoyed returns to three. Post Malone’s Circles and Chris Brown’s No Guidance complete the leading five.