Singles Report: Young Franco scores #1 Single To Radio, The Chainsmokers rack up another Most Added
The Australian Singles Report is the first in Australia to combine radio and streaming plays, digital sales and video plays and is compiled by The Music Network. Every Monday the Radio Wrap will feature on Radio Today.
Ed Sheeran’s Castle On The Hill sits firmly at #1 on the TMN Hot 100 on its second week in the chart. Debuting at #17 last week, it’s his first #1 since Thinking Out Loud which peaked in late 2014.
It is tailed by ZAYN & Taylor Swift’s I Don’t Wanna Live Forever. The track moves to #2 from #3 followed by Ed Sheeran’s other new hit, Shape Of You, now at #3 from #16.
The only other noteworthy change in the Top 10 is the breakthrough of PNAU’s Chameleon, entering at #9 from #20 on its third week in the Hot 100.
Sia is this week’s #1 Hot 100 Heatseeker as her track Move Your Body cracks #23 from #67 on the Hot 100, a total of 44 places.
Floating just outside of the Hot 100 is Slumberjack’s mammoth new single Fracture ft. Vera Blue. At #1 on the Breakers chart, it’s looking very likely that the track will debut next week, considering it’s also #1 on triple j’s Spins Chart.
John Legend moves to #1 on KIIS’ Spins Chart with Love Me Now, while Nova put all their weight behind ZAYN & Taylor Swift’s I Don’t Wanna Live Forever.
The Weeknd tops the Hit Spins chart yet again, only this time, it’s with I Feel It Coming and not Starboy.
Bernard Fanning’s streak at #1 on Triple M’s Spins chart comes to a close as Green Day take over with Still Breathing.