Hot 100 Chart Moves: Fifth Harmony Flies to the Top 40 With 'All In My Head (Flex)'

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Fifth Harmony in the video for "All In My Head (Flex)" featuring Fetty Wap.

The Fetty Wap-assisted single soars 78-40 following the premiere of its official video. Plus, moves for Adele, Beyonce, Charlie Puth, Selena Gomez & more.

As previously reported, Drake rules the Billboard Hot 100 (dated July 16) for an eighth total, and seventh consecutive, week with "One Dance," featuring WizKid and Kyla.

Drake's 'One Dance' No. 1 on Hot 100 for Eighth Week

Who else makes impressive Hot 100 chart moves this week?

Adele, "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)"
The third single from 25 is now the set's second-highest-charting on the Hot 100, as it surges 19-13. Lead smash "Hello" spent 10 weeks at No. 1 and follow-up "When We Were Young" reached No. 14. "Love" leaps 20-14 on the Radio Songs chart (64 million in audience, up 16 percent, according to Nielsen Music); 16-14 on Digital Songs (49,000 sold, up 14 percent); and 26-19 on Streaming Songs (8.5 million U.S. clicks, up 14 percent).

Beyonce, "Sorry"
The song, which debuted at its No. 11 Hot 100 peak May 14, when parent album Lemonade launched atop the Billboard 200, climbs 32-26 on the Hot 100 following the first full week of tracking after the June 22 premiere of its official video. "Sorry" soars by 73 percent to 6.6 million U.S. streams in the week ending June 30 and re-enters Streaming Songs at No. 43.

Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa & Imagine Dragons With Logic, Ty Dolla $ign & X Ambassadors, "Sucker for Pain"
The six-act single is the top debut on the Hot 100 at No. 32. As previously reported, the rock- rap hybrid, from the movie Suicide Squad (Aug. 5), concurrently starts at No. 5 on Hot Rock Songs and No. 7 on Hot Rap Songs, led by its No. 1 start on both the Rock Digital Songs and Rap Digital Songs charts with 67,000 first-week downloads sold.

Fifth Harmony feat. Fetty Wap, "All in My Head (Flex)"
The quintet's follow-up to its first top five Hot 100 hit, the No. 4-peaking "Work From Home" (featuring Ty Dolla $ign), blasts 78-40 on the Hot 100, winning top Streaming Gainer honors, following the June 23 posting of its official video. The track is the top new entry on Streaming Songs at No. 32 with 7.1 million U.S. streams (up 122 percent). It's also up by 115 percent to 17,000 downloads sold and by 42 percent to 24 million in radio audience.

Charlie Puth feat. Selena Gomez, "We Don't Talk Anymore"
The collab hits the Hot 100's upper half, jumping 61-49. The song gains in all metrics, lifting 49-42 on Digital Songs (22,000, up 10 percent) and rising by 22 percent to 4.4 million domestic streams and 20 percent to 23 million airplay impressions. It also pushes 24-22 on the Pop Songs airplay chart and 26-24 on Adult Pop Songs.