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.

Topping the inaugural chart is 2012 X Factor UK winner James Arthur.  His trackSay You Won’t Let Go took #1 following an increase in sales, streams and airplay in the last month.

Mirroring much of the success it saw on other music platforms, James Arthur’s Say You Won’t Let Go has shot to the top of the TMN Hot 100. The Veronicas’ latest hit On Your Side also saw a surge of support and made for the Most Moved track on the TMN Hot 100, where it hit #29 from #75.

triple j has proven to be huge advocates for Peking Duk’s new single Stranger ft. Elliphant. It became the national youth broadcaster’s Most Played single last week, tailed by a new single from Perth indie rockers Tired Lion, Agoraphobia, and Chance The Rapper’s potential hit from Coloring Book, All Night.
KIIS gave Jessica Mauboy’s rendition of Wake Me Up plenty of support last week on the spin count. Meanwhile, Ariana Grande’s Side To Side was the favourite for Nova last week, while Triple M are still flogging Sting’s I Can’t Stop Thinking About You.

 2012 X Factor UK winner James Arthur shot straight to #1 this week as Say You Won’t Let Go made gains all the way up from #18. His move to #1 coincided with an increase in sales, streams and airplay last week, where he also took #1 on the TMN Hot 100 and iTunes chart.
Maroon 5’s latest radio-primed single, Don’t Wanna Know ft. Kendrick Lamar, cracked the Top 10 at #10 from #19, fast establishing itself as one of the anthems to bring Australia into summer. It scored upwards movement across all tracked platforms, earning a high debut (#29) on the Spotify chart to cap things off.
Little Mix’s Shout Out To My Ex enjoyed a solid third week at radio, receiving more circulation on all the music platforms. Airplay, in particular, proved pivotal here as the track now just sits at #11 on the H100.
Peking Duk’s long-awaited single Stranger ft. Elliphant was a runaway success at radio last week. The Canberra exports scored additions to almost every major radio network, including the Nova Network, where it achieved the only across-the-board addition for the week.
Stranger, along with Rag ‘N’ Bone Man’s soulful cut Human and Tkay Maidza’s Simulation (the last track to be lifted from her now released debut album Tkay), all made the debut playlist for the new Ash London LIVE show. Premiering on the SCA network last week, Ash London LIVE debuted with a promise to “shake things up.” Speaking to TMN last week, London said: “We have a responsibility to champion local artists.”
Australian commercial radio is set to host two familiar faces this week. Leading the chart is Guy Sebastian’s crushingly poignant ballad Set In Stone, which was influenced by a traumatic event he witnessed on a recent songwriting trip in Bali. Meanwhile, Drake has come out with another consistently solid track in Fake Love.
Fast Car revisionist Jonas Blue has come up with another hit to add to his belt for 2016, Take My Breath Away ft. RAYE. Go to www.themusicnetwork/charts to view all this week’s Singles To Radio and Most Added.
 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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