Aircheck’s 50 most played songs so far this year


AirCheck has released its list of the 50 most played songs so far this year, with Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott’s ‘Where Are You Now’ claiming the top song on Australian radio for the first half of 2022.

The collab was a firm fixture on the AirCheck National Radio Airplay Chart since debuting in December 2021.

‘Where Are You Now’ spent 22 weeks in the Top 10 and held the summit for two consecutive weeks.

GAYLE’s breakthrough hit ‘abcdefu’ recorded 17,585 spins across 26 stations, ranking second overall.

Nova 91.9 Adelaide was the top station with 1,072 spins (6.1%).

‘Thats What I Want’ by Lil Nas X rounds out the Top 3. The single never reached No. 1 on the weekly chart, despite being one of the most consistent performers throughout the first six months of the year.

Ed Sheeran scored the most entries on the chart, appearing as a lead or feature artist on five singles (‘Overpass Graffiti’, ‘Shivers’, ‘Bam Bam’, ‘Bad Habits’ and ‘2step’).

There are 10 entries from Australian artists, the highest being dance duo SHOUSE’s ‘Love Tonight’ at No. 18. Fellow Aussies The Kid Laroi and Vance Joy charted two songs each.

Sony Music Entertainment came out on top of the record label market share with 34.56%. Universal Music Australia were close behind at 34.18%, followed by Warner Music Australia with 19.09%.


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