Let's have a look at those incredible new songs that have made it into this week's countdown!
Justin Bieber's reign at the top has finally ended after a mammoth seven weeks in pole position with Shawn Mendes taking the top spot with his breakthrough single 'Stitches'.
However let's have a look at the latest new entries in the freshest chart around...
No.40: Queen & David Bowie - 'Under Pressure'
Two of the most iconic singers in one song? Yes please! Both Freddie Mercury and David Bowie sing their hearts out in a song that transcends all the other vocal performances you've ever heard.
No.34: Ellie Goulding - 'Army'
She's back again with a smash hit single. Ellie's previous chart entry came in the form of 'On My Mind' and now the blonde songstress returns with another track from her 'Delirium' album.
No.33: Major Lazer - 'Light It Up'
Is it us or does every Major Lazer track an absolute banger!? Vocals come from Jamaican singer songwriter Nyla and you know what? We want to hear more!
No.31: David Bowie - 'Space Oddity'
Oh yes, you're about to get a taste of Bowie from every decade today! The 1969 song taken from his self-titled album is considered one of his masterpieces, enjoy!
No.25: David Bowie - 'Life On Mars?'
Possibly one of Bowie's more surreal singles. 'Life On Mars?' is taken from the 1971 LP 'Hunky Dory'.
No.23: David Bowie - 'Let's Dance'
Time for a little funky Bowie! Taken from the 1983 album of the same name 'Let's Dance' showed Bowie in his most colourful form. The album also featured legendary tunes such as 'China Girl' and 'Without You'. Seriously how many tracks did this guy write?!
No.14: David Bowie - 'Heroes'
'We can be heroes, just for one day!'. If Bowie taught us all anything it was to believe in yourself. He led by example and 'Heroes' perfectly captures that.
No.12: David Bowie - 'Starman'
Released all the way back in 1972, the highest new entry from David Bowie is the classic (and we really mean classic) 'Starman'.
No.8: Adele - 'All I Ask'
After her incredible carpool karaoke with James Corden, all of you have been frantically downloading Adele's 'All I Ask' in the thousands, propelling it into the top ten.