Top 30 Songs for June 21-27, 2020

1. MARIA – Two Feet (1)
2. LEVEL OF CONCERN – twenty one pilots (2)
3. CAUTION – The Killers (3)
4. YOUR LOVE (DÉJÀ VU) – Glass Animals (6)
5. HELL N BACK – Bakar (8)
6. DELETER – Grouplove (4)
7. LOST IN YESTERDAY – Tame Impala (5) 20th week on list
8. LEMON DROP – Absofacto (9)
9. IF NOT FOR THE FIRE – The Million Reasons (10)
11. LAY YOUR HEAD ON ME – Major Lazer featuring Marcus Mumford (13)
12. BLACK MADONNA – Cage the Elephant (7) 21st week on list
13. BLACK & WHITE LOVE – Beating Hearts Club (14)
14. BAD DECISIONS – The Strokes (11)
15. BE AFRAID – Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (16)
16. EXPECTATIONS – Katie Pruitt (17)
17. HONEYBEE – The Head and the Heart (18)
18. LONELINESS FOR LOVE – lovelytheband (15)
19. LIVING IN A GHOST TOWN – The Rolling Stones (21)
20. PSYCH FILM – Strangely Alright (22)
21. SOMEONE ELSE – Rezz & Grabbitz (23)
22. STRANGERS – Mt. Joy (24)
23. FIRE – Black Pumas (25)
24. HALLUCINOGENICS – Matt Maeson (26)
25. HALF YOUR AGE – Joywave (19)
26. HEAVEN IS HEART – Jaded Jane (28)
27. BLINDING LIGHTS – The Weeknd (20)
28. REAL LONG TIME – White Reaper (30)
29. DON’T LET ME DOWN – Milky Chance featuring Jack Johnson (N)
30. MONSTER – All Time Low featuring blackbear (N)

5 thoughts on “Top 30 Songs for June 21-27, 2020

  1. I heard that Milky Chance song a couple of days ago and was surprised about how well Jack Johnson and they fit together. It is always nice to hear international collaborations like these. ❤ Great playlist as always.

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  2. hanspostcard

    Like both debuts to the charts- a little Jack Johnson is always welcome. A- and A-. I appreciate the consistency of your chart- I am not a fan of how Billboard does things in recent days- songs #1 for 20 weeks and debuting at #1 etc- every track on an album being in the Hot 100.

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    1. I certainly try, and have always believed that there should be consistency and rationality to music charts. Of course, every now and then a monster hit comes along that quickly zooms up the charts. But the Billboard Hot 100 has become a farce due to the emphasis they now place on streaming. I agree it’s stupid how every track from a popular new album by a big star like Beyonce, Drake, Justin Bieber, etc. lands on the chart the first week of the album’s release.

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      1. hanspostcard

        To me that ruins it all- you can’t compare yesterday to today as far as the charts. Makes a joke of it- but of course I am just a growing old codger and they don’t care what I think!

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