Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” rules this week’s Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart (dated Oct. 7). The British singer’s infectious bop moves from last week’s No. 21 position to No. 9 with the assist of dance remixes from Alison Wonderland, Robin Hustin, and Barry Harris, among others.

Hear Robin Hustin’s uptempo version below.

Lipa’s “New Rules” video has been hailed as a female-empowerment anthem promoting self care and positivity. The video has been played over 267 million times on YouTube.

“I had saved pictures on my phone to use as reference points for the video. There was an image I’d saved of Naomi Campbell in the ‘80s — I think it was a Versace campaign — where she is basically holding another girl on her back. I loved the idea of girls looking after each other like that, holding each other, that sense of humility, that sense of strength,” the 22-year-old singer posted on Twitter.

“New Rules” is the seventh single from Lipa’s self-titled Warner Bros. debut, which came out last month. Purchase it on iTunes here.

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