The rapper's crossover hit 'Old Town Road' secures its sixth week at number one on the Billboard chart, while the 'Stitches' hitmaker debuts new single 'If I Can't Have You' at the runner-up position.
Lil Nas X's crossover hit "Old Town Road" has kept Shawn Mendes and Taylor Swift off the top of the U.S. pop charts after landing a sixth week at number one.
The track, featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, was expected to dip after Swift made a record-breaking leap up the Billboard Hot 100 to two last week and Mendes prepared for a high entry.
The Canadian has scored a personal best by debuting "If I Can't Have You" at two and Swift and Brendon Urie's "ME!" drops to three.
Ironically, Yvonne Elliman's version of Shawn's new track hit the top of the U.S. charts on this day in 1978. It featured on the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack.
Meanwhile, the Jonas Brothers' "Sucker" holds at four and Logic debuts his Eminem collaboration, "Homicide", at five.