Most Heard Airplay Tracks – TMN HOT 10

It’s now week five at #1 for Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean? on the TMN Hot 100, continuing his longest ever run at the top of the TMN Hot 100. Robin Schulz’s Sugar hits a new peak at #2 from #8 making it his highest charting single ever, his previous best being Prayer In C with Lilly Wood which peaked at #5. Taylor Swift sees a drop to #3 from #2 with Wildest Dreams after weeks sitting at its peak.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Downtown sees a drop as well, landing at #4 from #3. Ellie Goulding sees a new peak at #5 from #7 with On My Mind whilst Nelly’s The Fix featuring Jeremih drops to #6 from #5. A similar story for R City’s Locked Away featuring Adam Levine at #7 from #4.

Felix Jaehn falls to #8 form #6 with Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) featuring Jasmine Thompson whilst The Weeknd marks the only new entry into the Top 10, landing at #9 from #12 with The Hills. Vance Joy moves back down to #10 from #9 with hit single Fire And The Flood.

1. What Do You Mean?
Justin Bieber

2. Robin Schulz

3. Taylor Swift
Wildest Dreams

4. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

5. Ellie Goulding
On My Mind

6. Nelly ft. Jeremih
The Fix

7. R City ft. Adam Levine
Locked Away

8. Felix Jaehn ft. Jasmine Thompson
Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better)

9. The Weeknd
The Hills

10. Vance Joy
Fire And The Flood

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.

Read more in The Music Network here.

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