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Hot Songs This Week (28/10): "Prada" By Casso, Raye & D-block Europe Dominates The Web Top 100

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Hot Songs This Week (28/10): "Prada" By Casso, Raye & D-block Europe Dominates The Web Top 100
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) In the ever-evolving world of music, the Web Top 100 has once again provided insights into the songs that have captured the world's attention. Leading the chart this week is "Prada" by Casso, Raye & D-Block Europe, holding its position at number one for the second consecutive week.

Following closely, "Si No Estas" by Inigo Quintero has climbed to the second spot, showing significant traction with listeners. Doja Cat's "Paint The Town Red" has seen a slight dip, moving from its top position to third place, but still remains a favorite among fans.

Kenya Grace's "Strangers" holds its ground at the fourth position, while Taylor Swift's "Cruel Summer" has made an impressive leap to the fifth spot, showcasing its enduring appeal even after 28 weeks on the chart. Tate McRae's "Greedy" has experienced a slight drop to the sixth position, but its presence in the top ten is a testament to its popularity.

Interestingly, the chart has witnessed the re-entry of some timeless classics. The Black Eyed Peas' "I Gotta Feeling" and Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" have made a comeback, reminding us of their undying charm. Similarly, Gotye & Kimbra's "Somebody That I Used To Know" and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" have also reappeared, evoking a sense of nostalgia.

On the other hand, new entrants to the chart include Duffy's "Mercy" debuting at the 75th position, proving that fresh tracks continue to find their audience.

It's evident that the musical landscape is a blend of new hits and timeless classics, with songs from various genres resonating with listeners worldwide. As the year progresses, it will be intriguing to see which tracks will rise to prominence and which ones will stand the test of time.

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