The Music Network Chart Wrap: March 11

Hot 100
Moving to #1 on the TMN Hot 100 this week is ZAYN’s debut single Pillowtalk, which is up from #2.

Lukas Graham hits #2 from #7 with 7 Years, followed by Snakehips’ All my Friends featuring Tinashe & Chance The Rapper at #3 from #4.

Taylor Swift makes a huge jump to #6 from #39 with New Romantics on its second week in the chart, also taking out the title of this week’s Most Moved track.

Outside the Top 10 Daya’s Hide Away moves up to #14 from #13. Adele’s When We Were Young moves up to the Top 40 at #38 from #55.

Rudimenal’s Rumour Mill makes progress at #51 from #63 on its third week in the chart.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Dance Off debuts at #37 while Alan Walker’s Faded just makes the Top 50 with a #49 debut.

ARIA Singles
It’s week three at #1 on for Lukas Graham’s 7 Years on the ARIA Singles chart, mirroring their three-week stint at #1 on the UK Singles chart.

Hilltop Hoods’ 1955 featuring Montaigne & Tom Thum moves up to #2 from #6, while Rihanna’s Workfeaturing Drake moves up to #5 from #10, becoming her fifteenth single to enter the Top 5.

Two debuts enter at #20 and #21, the first being Alan Walker’s Faded, his debut single which also saw #1 success in various European charts. At #21 is Dance Off, the latest single to be taken from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ new album This Unruly Mess I’ve Made.

ARIA Albums
Taking a #1 debut is The 1975’s I Like It When You Seep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, their second album and the first to ever hit #1. The debut mirrors the success the album saw in the UK, where it also debuted at #1 on the official UK charts.

Hillsong Young & Free’s Youth Revival takes a debut at #3, their highest charting album yet, following the #6 debut of their first album We Are Young & Free in 2013.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ new This Unruly Mess I’ve Made earns a #6 debut and features #1 charting single Downtown. Their debut album The Heist saw a peak of #2 in 2013.

Canberra’s Hands Like Houses make their first ever Top 50 ARIA Albums appearance at #7 with third album Dissonants, while DMA’S score a #8 entry with their long-awaited debut album Hills End. The album also saw success in the UK charts, debuting at #36.

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

 

Singles To Radio

1- SHY
Jai Waetford | SME

2- BE MINE TONIGHT
Straalen | IND

3- WILD THINGS
Alessia Cara | UMA

4- CALL ME WHEN YOU CAN
Jay Bovino | CHUGG/MGM

5- BACK TO SLEEP
Chris Brown ft. Usher & ZAYN | SME

Most Added

1- DANCE OFF
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis | MACKLEMORE/WMA

2- WORK FROM HOME
Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign | UMA

3- FADED
Alan Walker | SME

4- I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZA (SEEB REMIX)
Mike Posner | UMA

5- PIECE BY PIECE
Kelly Clarkson | SME

 

 

 

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