Kygo & Ellie Goulding deliver the #1 new single to radio

Staff Writer

In this week’s Australian Singles Report, leading the charge to radio – as he always does – is Kygo. His new treat First Time features vocal powerhouse Ellie Goulding and follows a string of fruitful team-ups with sought-after female vocalists.

It’s 5x Platinum predecessor It Ain’t Me ft. Selena Gomez is still doing the rounds on the charts today. Last year, Julia Michaels took the microphone on Kygo’s Carry Me, and before that, album single Here For You featured X Factor finalist Ella Henderson.

Imagine Dragons make a brazen move into a new musical direction with latest cut Thunder. What is likely their most electronic sounding track to date, and according to TMN charts editor Daniel Respall, it ought to go down a treat with commercial.

“The new sound from Imagine Dragons now leaves them accessible to all the major networks and the new sound is likely to turn quite a few heads,” he said.

On top of his debut, and as predicted last week by TMN, Shawn Mendes absolutely tore it up at radio this week, followed by a similarly successful return from Charlie Puth. There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back, serviced alongside the deluxe version of Mendes’ Illuminate album.

Added across the board to commercial and regional Hit stations, both KIIS stations, Ash London Live (who added it late last week) and the Nova Network, which returned to additions following a week off. Puth’s Attention also cleans up, seeing love from KIIS and a host of other commercial stations including the ACE Radio Network.

Meanwhile, singles from Kendrick Lamar’s new album DAMN. are cropping up more and more across the charts as the album continues to gain traction over a fortnight after release.

The trending and predictive charts are anticipating some serious movement in the coming weeks for Lamar with four singles off DAMN. appearing in the Shazam Movers Top 10. Currently sitting at #60 on the Hot 100, first single HUMBLE. jumped 19 spots from the previous week, ranking at #3 on the Heatseekers chart, and is set to continue its rapid ascent towards the top.

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