The new Australian Singles Report

Staff Writer

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.

YJames Arthur remains at #1 on the TMN Hot 100 with Say You Won’t Let Go, although Neiked’s Sexual is starting to seriously encroach on the hit. Jonas Blue’s latest banger By Your Side – his attempt at straight-up EDM – has gone over well with radio. It’s currently the #1 most moved track on the Hot 100 Heatseekers chart.

Over on the genre charts, Florida Georgia Line took back their #1 on the Country Airplay chart with May We All, while Kings Of Leon established a new peak at #1 with Waste A Moment on the Contemporary Rock chart.

  James Arthur’s reign at #1 on the Artist Top 20 continues for a another week with Say You Won’t Let Go  now taking the crown three weeks uninterrupted. Arthur has maintained the lead since the chart’s inception. This is made evident through it topping to the iTunes and Google Play charts, while coming in at #3 on Spotify.

A variety of potential contenders made themselves known however, with Nevada’s The Mack  and Neiked’s Sexual  hitting #3 and #5. Neiked in particular made leaps and bounds this week, debuting in the Top 20 and moving up from #42. Airplay and digital sales proved to be the biggest champions for Neiked, with the track sitting at #3 on both the TMN Hot 100 and iTunes chart.  The prospect of an anonymous Swedish collective using their debut single to overthrow James Arthur

is an interesting one. While Sexual  is yet to make a notable dent on the Spotify chart, that is likely to change come next week’s chart.y chart.

 While both the Nova Network and the Hit Regional Network remained relatively quiete last week, with neither adding any tracks across the board, this left room for the Ash London Live  additions to really influence the chart, alongside various commercial Hit stations.At #1 is Sheppard’s new hit We Belong,  which saw additions at Ash London Live  and Hit 105. Rae Sreummurd’s Black Beatles  surpassed expectations with an addition to the Ash London Live  show ahead of its official service to commercial this week. The track was only serviced to Alternative radio prior to this. success with his rendition of Fast Car.

The obvious heavyweight single out to radio this week is the latest work from Fergie, Life Goes On. While it’s more restrained than her comeback viral hit M.I.L.F. $, it’s an accessible sound primed for all major networks. Cheat Codes, one half of the collaboration behind across-the-board hit Sex with Kriss Kross Amsterdam, have serviced their commercial dance single, Queen Elizabeth. A seriously infectious cut, the single is followed on the list by homegrown talent Kilter with They Don’t Know Us, undeniably his strongest work to date. Dillon Francis makes his return to radio with Anywhere, a vibrant dance hit. He’s tailed by Rae Sremmurd’s Black Beatles, which is getting its commercial service following a huge first week at Alternative.
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.

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