Drake takes the top spot from Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling."
It's been a crazy month as Drake, Desiigner, and Justin Timberlake have duked it out for the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Desiigner's "Panda" took the top spot and held off Drake's "One Dance" for two weeks before inevitably succumbing. "One Dance" was Drake's first #1 hit ever. But it only lasted one week in the top spot. The emergence of Justin Timberlake's Max Martin-produced pop confection "Can't Stop the Feeling" swooped in and snagged the coveted pole position on the Hot 100 from Drake's grasp.
It wouldn't have been a surprise to see "Can't Stop the Feeling" maintain the #1 position for several weeks. But it only lasted one week: according to Billboard, Drake's "One Dance" has now reclaimed the top spot. "Can't Stop the Feeling" falls to #3 and "Panda" remains at #2.
Also of note: Fifth Harmony's "Work From Home" feat. Ty Dolla $ign surged to #5 after the girl band performed the song at the BBMAs Sunday night.