The Music Network Chart Wrap: November 19
The Weeknd sits atop the Hot 100 for another week with The Hills whilst Adele hits #2 with Hello moving up from #19.
Marucs Marr & Chet Faker’s The Trouble With Us hits #3 from #23. Zara Larsson & MNEK take a new peak at #5 from #7 with Never Forget You marking the last of the notable movement in the Top 10.
At #13 is some significant movement from Ariana Grande’s Focus which is up from its debut point of #39. David Guetta’s latest commercial radio hit Bang My Headfeaturing Sia & Fetty Wap has moved to #14 from #48 whilst Birds Of Tokyo’s I’d Go With You Anywhere enters the Top 20 at #17 from #21.
Rachel Platten’s Stand By You makes some notable movement to #32 from #54 while DJ Snake’s Middle featuring Bipolar Sunshine is making the most of both of commercial and alternative airplay, moving up to #42 from #67.
Only two debuts make it into the Top 50 this week. At #39 is Gin Wigmore’s Willing To Die while Tim Omaji’s Go To Work debuts at #49.
It’s now week three at the top for Adele’s Hello which sits pretty with a double Platinum certification. It leads ahead of Justin Bieber’s Sorry, also remaining at #2 for another week. Bieber could have another single in the Top 10 come next week’s chart however, as I’ll Show You makes a jump to #16 from #29 following the release of his new album Purpose last Friday.
Just outside the Top 20 at #22 is Rachel Platten’s Stand By You, moving up from #41, following in the success of previous single Fight Song which peaked at #2.
Debuting just behind her is One Direction’s History which is seeing more success following the debut of their new album Made In The A.M, also released last Friday.
At #30 is a new debut from Avicii with Broken Arrows, the latest single to take hold with his Australian audience and the fourth to come from his #10 charting albumStories.
Elvis Presley’s If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestraholds the ARIA Albums chart for another week.
Little Mix debut at #2 with their third studio album Get Weird while Ellie Goulding’sDerlirium takes the #3 debut, setting a new peak for the artist. Her previous best was 2014’s Halcyon Days which peaked at #4.
Birds Of Tokyo’s Playlist, a compilation featuring many of their hits is followed by Sarah Blasko’s Eternal Return at #6, just falling short of her previous best of #5 with 2010’s As Day Follows Night.
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SINGLES TO RADIO
Good Time / Justice Crew / SME
If You Ever Want To Be In Love / James Bay / UMA
Already gone / Alison Wonderland ft. Brave & Lido / EMI
Black & Blue / Guy Sebastian / SME
Youth / Troye Sivan / EMI
Adventure Of A Lifetime / Ccoldplay / PAR/WMA
Flip It / Charlotte Devaney ft. Snoop Dogg / MOT/UMA
Sweet Lovin’ / Sigala / MOS/UMA
The Trouble With Us / Marcus Marr & Chet Faker / EMI
Plus One / Martin Solveig / HUS/UMA
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