The Music Network Chart Wrap: June 16
Calvin Harris returns to #1 with This Is What You Came For ft. Rihanna, swapping places with Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop The Feeling, now at #2. Topic takes a new career peak at #3 from #7 with hit single Home, followed by Pink’s Just Like Fire at #4 from #6, her highest charting single Just Give Me A Reason which peaked at #1 on the TMN Hot 100.
Drake’s Too Good ft. Rihanna makes it into the Top 15 at #15 from #21, fast catching up to his other hit One Dance which currently sits at #5. It also means that Rihanna has two feature spots in the Top 15 of the TMN Hot 100.
Charlie Puth’s We Don’t Talk Anymore just misses out on the Top 20 at #21 from #28 while Fifth Harmony’s new single All In My Head (Flex) takes #24 from #42 on its second week in the chart. Coldplay take #28 from #43 with Up & Up followed by Adele’s Send My Love (To Your New Lover) at #37 from #55.
Most Moved this week is Ariana Grande’s Into You at #12 from #40 on its second week in the chart. It follows previous single Dangerous Woman which peaked at #2.
Sitting pretty for another week at #1 is Calvin Harris’ This Is What You Came For ft. Rihanna, the Platinum selling single leading ahead of Drake’s former #1 One Dance ft. Wizkid & Kyla. Justin Timberlake scores a new peak at #3 from #4 with Can’t Stop The Feeling, his highest charting single since 2013’s Suit & Tie ft. Jay Z. Timberlake has only had two #1s on the ARIA Singles chart, 2002’sRock Your Body and 2006’s SexyBack.
Outside the Top 10 it’s hard to find much movement. Drake’s Too Good ft. Rihanna makes a small jump to #11 from #13 while the only other big change is Cheatcodes’ Sex ft. Kris Kross Amsterdam moving to #17 from #28.
The Avalanches score a debut at #34 with Frankie Sinatra followed by Shawn Mendes’ Treat You Betterat #45.
Jimmy Barnes takes his seventh #1 on the ARIA Albums chart this week as Soul Searchin’ follows midweek predictions and manages to outsell Flume’s Week Two figures for Skin.
Meghan Trainor moves up to a new peak fo #3 from #7 with Thank You followed by Drake’s Viewsmoving back up the Top 10 at #7from #10.
Prince’s The Very Best Of moves back into the Top 10 at #8 from #12, as does Dami Im’s recent Classic Carpenters at #9 from #11. At #10 is the new debut from The Wolfe Brothers’ This Crazy Life. Tegan And Sara debut at #13 with Love You To Death.
Beartooth’s new LP Aggressive debuts at #18 followed by Ladyhawke’s Wild Things at #19 and Hellyeah’s Unden!able at #20.
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Singles To Radio
Belly ft. The Weeknd / Might Not / UMA
The Veronicas / In my Blood / SME
Broods / Couldn’t Believe / UMA
Chvrches ft. Hayley Williams / Bury It / MUSHROOM
Jai Waetford / Heart Miles / SME
Most Added To Radio
Shawn Mendes / Treat You Better / UMA
DJ Snake ft. George Maple / UMA
Adele / Send my Love (To Your New Lover) / INERTIA
Era Istrefi / Bon Bon / SME
Cheat Codes / Sex / MOS/UMA
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