A U D I O .After the huge success of 'Dangerous Woman', 'Into You' and 'Side To Side', Ariana Grande readies the release of the fourth single off her smash album 'Dangerous Woman'. The singer teams up with rapper Future on the fan favourite track 'Everyday'. Should be another hit for Ari. Hopefully it will encourages her to release a fifth single, preferably 'Be Alright'.
It's he first chart of 2017 and Shakira's reign is still going strong as 'Chantaje' spends a 6th consecutive week on top of the chart. As of now, 'Chantaje' has spent two more weeks on top than Shakira's previous #1 hit 'La Bicicleta'. 'Chantaje' is also Maluma's first song to top the chart. Next week we find out if the hot Latin duo could snatch another week on top. Competition is going strong as Bebe Rexha jump a massive 5 spots up to #2 with 'I Got You'. Dawn Richard's rebellious dance anthem 'Renegades' still makes a strong contender, sitting another week at #3 this week. Zara Larrson (2 spots down) and The Weeknd (1 spot down) round up the top 5, but are no threat to Shakira's throne, as both song have already peaked.
Nothing too exciting going on in the bottom half op the top 10, other than Alicia Keys reaching a new peak of #8 with 'Blended Family' and Lady Gaga entering at #10 with 'Million Reasons'. The latter is Gaga's second single from 'Joanne' to reach the top 10, after the lead single 'Perfect Illusion' peaked at #4 in November 2016. It's also Gaga's highest charting ballad/midtempo single since 'You And I' peaked at #13 in November 2011.
In the bottom half of the top 20 there's 4 songs reaching new peaks this week. Jennifer Lopez's romantic duet 'Olidame Y Pega La Vuelta' with Marc Anthony finds a new at #12 (+2), Nick Jonas' 'Bacon' at #13 (+3), while Beyoncé's 'Daddy Lessons' jumps up to #16 (+2) and Niall Horan's 'This Town' moves up to #19 (+1). The only new entry in the top 20 is Britney Spears' collaboration with Tinashe. 'Slumber Party' moves up 2 spots to #20, making it outpeak 'Glory's lead single 'Make Me..' that peaked at #21. It's Britney's first entry in the top 20 since her Iggy Azalea collaboration 'Pretty Girls' peaked at #19 in August 2015.
There's three new entries in the top 40 this week. The Chainsmokers 'All We Know' jumps to #34 (+9), making the song the third Chainsmokers single to reach top 40. The Weeknd's 'I Feel It Coming' moves up to #38 (+6) and Jojo's 'FAB.' reaches a new peak of #40 (+1). This week's brand new entries in the top 100 are: Jennifer Lopez and Roberto Carlos' 'Chegaste' (#56), Wizkid's 'Daddy Yo' (#59), Robbie Williams' 'Love My Life' (#92) and Delta Goodrem's 'Heavy' (#96). 'Chegaste' is the third ever Portugese song to chart, following the footsteps of Sofi Tukker's two dance anthems 'Matadora' and "Drinkee' that both charted in 2016.
'Daddy Yo' is the first Wizkid solo single to reach the chart. Last year the Nigerian artist scored a #1 hit with 'One Dance', his succesful collaboration with Drake. 'Love My Life' is the second single from Robbie Williams 'The Heavy Entertainment Show' to reach the chart. The album's lead single 'Party Like A Russian' spent 5 weeks in the chart at peaked at #89. 'Heavy' is the fifth official single from Delta Goodrem's 'Wings Of The Wild' album to reach the chart.
These songs have left the chart this week:
100. Alicia Keys | In Common (35 weeks, peak #3)
099. Corinne Bailey Rae | The Skies Will Break (11 weeks, peak #58)
097. DNCE | Body Moves (7 weeks, peak #61)
092. Tkay Maidza | Simulation (8 weeks, peak #74)
Not very often, no. It's a top 100 and I like songs to climb. Usually songs grow on me as well, so it takes time to reach their peaks.jpguy wrote:You don't have any top 10 debuts?
Great Songs hereBenjamin wrote:[size=85]01. (**) 01wk Major Lazer | Believer (1x#1)
02. (**) 01wk The Chainsmokers + Daya | Don’t Let Me Down
04. (**) 01wk Brooke Candy + Sia | Living Out Loud
05. (**) 01wk DJ Snake + Justin Bieber | Let Me Love You
06. (**) 01wk Sia | Move Your Body (Alan Walker Mix)
08. (**) 01wk Martin Garrix + Bebe Rexha | In The Name Of Love
09. (**) 01wk Ariana Grande | Into You (3LAU Mix)
12. (**) 01wk Calvin Harris + Rihanna | This Is What You Came For
21. (**) 01wk Clean Bandit + Sean Paul + Anne-Marie | Rockabye
22. (**) 01wk DJ Fresh + Diplo + Craig David + Selah Sue | Bang Bang
23. (**) 01wk Steve Aoki + Louis Tomlinson | Just Hold On
24. (**) 01wk Far East Movement + Tinashe + Marshmello | Freal Luv
27. (**) 01wk Anne-Marie | Alarm
28. (**) 01wk Major Laer + Justin Bieber + MØ | Cold Water
29. (**) 01wk Calvin Harris | My Way
Benjamin wrote:02. (01) 07wk The Weekend | Starboy (4x#1)
04. (04) 07wk Bruno Mars | 24k Magic
07. (07) 34wk Ariana Grande | Dangerous Woman (6x#1)
08. (08) 37wk Beyoncé | LEMONADE (7x#1)
09. (09) 12wk Lady Gaga | Joanne (2x#1)
11. (11) 09wk Alicia Keys | HERE
14. (17) 14wk OneRepublic | Oh My My
20. (15) 05wk John Legend | Darkness And Light
22. (23) 41wk Rihanna | ANTI
24. (24) 20wk Frank Ocean | Blonde (3x#1)
25. (30) 48wk Sia | This Is Acting
26. (21) 04wk DNCE | DANCE
27. (re) 23wk Nick Jonas | Last Year Was Complicated
This is how my chart works too. Great #1. I love Shakira. <3Benjamin wrote:Not very often, no. It's a top 100 and I like songs to climb. Usually songs grow on me as well, so it takes time to reach their peaks.jpguy wrote:You don't have any top 10 debuts?
I like it that way
V I D E O .'Not Nice' was the second promo single and now official second radio single to get a push, from PARTYNEXTDOOR's second studio album 'P3', released in August 2016. It's the first time PARTYNEXTDOOR has caught attention with a solo single.
Ooh na na na! This week Shakira’s reign comes to an end as Bebe Rexha gladly takes the crown. After spending 6 consecutive weeks on top, ‘Chantaje’ gets dethroned by ‘I Got You’ - Bebe Rexha’s infectious pop banger produced by Captain Cuts (Halsey, Marina And The Diamonds, Tove Lo). Shakira falls one spot to #2. ’I Got You’ becomes not only Bebe’s highest charting solo single, outpeaking ‘No Broken Hearts’ (#31) and ‘I’m Gonna Show You Crazy’ (38), but it also outpeaks all her collaborations like ‘My, Myself & I’ (ft G-Eazy, #3), ‘Hey Mama’ (ft David Guetta, #4) and ‘In The Name Of Love’ (ft Martin Garrix, #13). It took ‘I Got You’ 11 weeks to reach the top spot, just as many weeks as ‘Chantaje’ is charting.
Dawn Richard’s ‘Renegades’ spends a third consecutive week at #3, still making it her highest peaking single yet. Her previous top 10 hit ‘Dance’ peaked at #9, while the follow up single ’Not Above That’ peaked at #21. The Weeknd’s ‘Starboy’ (one spot up) and Zara Larsson’s ‘Ain’t My Fault’ (down one spot) complete the top 5. Alicia Keys’ latest hit ‘Blended Family (What You Do For Love)’ moves up two spots and reaches a new peak at #6. The only new entry in the top 10 is Tinashe’s ‘Company’. The song jumps a massive seven spots up to #10 this week.
V I D E O .Rochelle is back with another single. The Dutch singer follow up her smash hits 'All Night Long' and 'Way Up' witht he infectious 'Don't Let Me Go'. Ever since Rochelle has gone full dance, she's more popular than ever. Should be another hit for her.
Bebe Rexha spends a second week on top with 'I Got You', leaving Shakira and Maluma behind to bite the dust at #2 this week. This week the sexy singer confirmed that her album 'A.Y.F. ('All Your Fault') will be released in two parts. The first part is coming in February and will of course include her big hit.
While Dawn Richard's 'Renegades' spends another week at #3, Alicia Keys is coming close to conquer a spot in the top 3. 'Blended Family (What You Do For Love') moves up 2 spots and reaches a new peak at #4. The song comes close to the peak of Alicia's previous single 'In Common', that peaked at # in September 2016. We round up the top 5 with The Weekend's 'STARBOY' who falls 1 spot this week.
Both Lady Gaga and Tinashe reach new peaks as 'Million Reasons' (#6, up 2 spots) and 'Company' (#7, up 3 spots) continue to rise. Zara Larsson and Ariana Grande are less lucky as 'Ain't My Fault' (#8, down 3 spots) and 'Side To Side' (#9, down 3 spots) make quite a fall this week. The only newcomer in the top 10 is Jennifer Lopez's and Marc Anthony's lovely Spanish duet 'Olvídame Y Pega La Vuelta (#9, up 2 spots).
Three newcomers in the top 20 this week, starting with Sean Paul and Dua Lipa at #17. 'No Lie' jumps 4 spots and reaches a new peak. Sean Paul's other collaboration with Clean Bandit and Anne-Marie enters at #20 (up 4 spots). The most impressive jump this week is from Sia's 'Move Your Body'. The dancefloor filler jumps from #35 to #19 in it's second week on the chart. The Australian
singer really is on fire after her previous singles from her 'This Is Acting' album set the charts on fire. The album's lead single 'Alive' peaked at #1, while the second single 'Cheap Thrills' peaked at #3. Sia's latest single 'The Greatest' also peaked at #1.
The Chainsmokers are this week's highest new entry as 'Paris' debuts at #61. The song follows up 'Don't Let Me Down' (peak: #7), Closer' (peak: #21) and 'All We Know' (peak: #29, but still rising). Other new entries are Brooke Candy's 'Living Out Loud (#66) featuring Sia, Ronnie Flex's 'Energie' #73, Mac Miller's 'My Favorite Part' (#81) featuring girlfriend Ariana Grande, PARTYNEXTDOOR's 'Not Nice' (#87) and AlunaGeorge's 'Mediator' #95).
These songs have left the chart this week:
100. Alessia Cara | Scars To Your Beautiful (22 weeks, peak #33)
098. Carrie Underwood | Dirty Laundry (15 weeks, peak #60)
097. TKAY Maidza | Simulation (10 weeks, peak #74)
095. Nelly Furtado | Islands Of Me (15 weeks, peak #31)
091. Kings Of Leon | WALLS (14 weeks, peak #55)
079. Anouk | I Just Met A Man (6 weeks, peak #72)