The new Australian Singles Report is the first in Australia to combine radio and streaming plays , digital sales and video plays. Every Monday morning at 9am The Music Network’s new Australian Singles Report will feature on Radio Today.
Our new Radio Wrap features – The Top 20, Most Added, New To Radio and new Nova, Hit, KIIS, triple J and Triple M Top Spins of the Week.
James Arthur remains steadfast at #1 on the Hot 100 for a fourth week straight with his ARIA #1 Say You Won’t Let Go. It should come as no surprise given that it’s the most played track on the Hit Network, and sits in the Top 3 of both the Nova and KIIS networks.
Neiked’s breakout single Sexual further cemented its traction at radio, now at #2 from #3. It’s also sitting firmly at #1 on the Nova Network’s spin count.
Nick Murphy’s new Stop Me (Stop You) is now on top of the Hot 100 Breakers chart, following a successful first week at alternative radio. Even a slight increase in spins ought to propel this into the main Hot 100 chart.
Train’s Play That Song is the #1 Heatseeker following its move to #67 from #95. TLC’s Haters follows at #2 after its jump from #52 on the Hot 100, correlating with the success their current Australian tour is experiencing.
San Cisco’s Slomo is now the most played track on triple j for a second week in a row. Meanwhile blink-182’s latest release She’s Out Of Her Mind has shot up to #2 on the Triple M spin count.
James Arthur’s Say You Won’t Let Go is the undisputed #1 single across Australia for another week, dominating multiple platforms and securing another #1 on the Artist Top 50. His reign at the top is propelled by consecutive #1’s on both the Hot 100 and iTunes charts. Spotify proves to be the outlier once again, with The Weeknd’s Starboy ft. Daft Punk at #1 for another week.
The sentiment for the last two weeks has been that Neiked’s Sexual is a serious contender for #1. It’s now one step closer to being a reality this week following its move to #3 from #5. The art collective’s breakout track now sits at #2 on the Hot 100, with its biggest supporter being the Nova Network where it is currently the most played track for the week. The track’s place at #3 on the iTunes chart is not to be scoffed at either. But Spotify is proving to be the platform that is keeping it behind; it’s currently at #23 on its fourth week in the Spotify chart.
Clean Bandit’s new single Rockabye ft. Sean Paul and Anne-Marie makes a noteworthy debut at #16 on the Artist Top 50, coinciding with a successful week at commercial radio where it was the seventh most added track. Currently at #19 on the Hot 100 and #39 on the Spotify chart. TMN predicts this track will be a contender in the coming weeks, as confirmed by the Shazam Future Hits chart (see Trending & Predictive charts below).
Surprising everyone at #1 is the new Zara Larsson single I Would Like. Released as an instant grat track and never officially serviced to radio, it saw additions to almost every network, notably scoring a Nova Nights addition. It out-performed Adele’s Water Under The Bridge which came in at #2 followed by Fergie’s Life Goes On.
Charli XCX’s After The Afterparty made serious progress two weeks after its official service with Ash London Live and Nova jumping on the track.
Amy Shark’s first venture on commercial radio, Adore, has been well received. It follows her official signing to Sony Music last week. The track, which has largely been an alternative success, saw additions to Nova 106.9, the Hit Regional Network and Ash London Live. It also took #6 on the Most Added chart.
James Arthur has had a major breakthrough with Say You Won’t Let Go. The track taken from his ARIA Top 10 album Back From The Edge will inevitably move on, however. That’s why Arthur’s next single Safe Inside comes at an opportune time. Receiving a service just as he arrives in the country for a performance on The X Factor, it has the potential to fill the gap that will be left by its predecessor.
Sigma brings drum and bass back to commercial with Find Me ft. Birdy. The track has already been added to BBC Radio 1, KISS & Capital in the UK while clocking up over 2.5 million streams on Spotify.
Noah Cyrus’ debut single Make Me (Cry) is set to be a contender while Thundamentals hit commercial with their accessible cut Think About It ft. Peta & The Wolves, released in the midst of their current national tour.
Go to www.themusicnetwork.com/charts to view all last week’s Singles To Radio and Most Added singles. See every addition on every station in Radioactive.
TMN will also analyse tomorrow’s stars using predictive charts and social data from Spotify, Shazam, Pandora and Next Big Sound. Which we feature on Radio Today each Wednesday.