Most Heard Airplay Tracks – TMN HOT 10

The TMN Hot 100 sees a new #1 this week from The Weeknd with Can’t Feel My Face. The track moves up from the number two spot and after only four weeks in the chart it marks a new peak in The Weeknd’s career. Moving up to #2 from #11 is Meghan Trainor’s Like I’m Gonna Lose You fearuring John Legend. Dropping to #3 from #1 Is Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood featuring Kendrick Lamar.

Moving up to #4 from #5 is Kygo’s Firestone featuring Conrad, which marks a new peak for the track. Replacing them at #5 from #10 is Grace’s You Don’t Own Me, putting out theories that it might have run out of time in the Top 10.  Ed Sheeran’s Photograph remains at #6 for another week.

Making another Top 10 debut is Galantis’ Peanut Butter Jelly which enters at #6 from #15, surpassing previous single Runaway which only peaked at #9. Walk The Moon’s Shut Up & Dance sees a top to #8 from #4 while Avicii’s Waiting For Love remains at #9 for another week. At #10 is Little Mix’s Black Magic which drops from #3.

1. The Weeknd
Can’t Feel My Face

2. Meghan Trainor ft. John Legend
Like I’m Gonna Lose You

3. Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar
Bad Blood

4. Kygo ft. Conrad

5. Grace ft. G-Eazy
You Don’t Own Me

6. Ed Sheeran

7. Galantis
Peanut Butter Jelly

8. Walk The Moon
Shut Up & Dance

9. Avicii
Waiting For Love

10. Little Mix
Black Magic

Click here to view all this week’s charts, including our HOT100 national airplay (by genre & state), iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, ARIA, AIR & AMRAP.

The National Hot 100 is a chart representative of the 100 most heard tracks across the country (this is not a spins chart). All TMN charts are compiled with reports from radio stations across regional Australia along with AirCheck data representing the commercial radio stations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Gold Coast, Newcastle and the Central Coast, Geelong plus Sydney’s FBi 94.5 FM and the national triple j network. Each Station’s chart weight is variable and measured by population figures and current cumulative audience figures.



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