The Music Network Chart Wrap: June 22
It’s Calvin Harris’ third week interrupted at #1 on the TMN 100 with This Is What You Came For ft. Rihanna. It leads ahead of Drake’s One Dance ft. Wiz Kid & Kyla, which moves back to #2 from #5 after looking like it was on its last legs last week.
Drake sees further success with Too Good ft. Rihanna at #9 from #15, making for his second single in the Top 10 as well as Rihanna’s second feature to make the bracket.
Charlie Puth’s We Don’t Talk Anymore ft. Selena Gomez is the first big move at #10 from #21. Beyonce cracks the Top 30 at #30 from #62 with Hold Up while Kent Jones’ Don’t Mind climbs to #40 from #58 on its third week in the chart. Shawn Mendes takes the Most Moved title this week at #23 from #68 with Treat You Better on its second week in the chart.
The Veronicas take out the first debut at #41 with In My Blood followed by DJ Snake & George Maple’s Talk at #47. Following the release of his new album, Nick Jonas’ Close re-enters at #67.
Drake returns to #1 on the ARIA Singles chart this week with One Dance ft. Wiz Kid & Kyla. Now in its fifth week interrupted, it’s the second longest running #1 on the chart this year with only Lukas Graham’s 7 Years run at #1 leading ahead.
It’s not the only success Drake sees however, with latest hit Too Good ft. Rihanna cracking the Top 10 at #5 up from #11, becoming hits third Top 5 single to be taken from his #1 ARIA Charting album Views.
Replacing him at #11 is Ariana Grande’s Into You, up from #16 and becoming the highest charting track from her latest album Dangerous Woman. A high debut comes in at #26 from The Veronicas’In My Blood, while Imany’s Don’t Be So Shy debuts at #42 following the success of the remix currently making its way across the airwaves.
The Temper Trap score their second #1 on the ARIA Albums chart this week with Thick As Thieves. The record’s title may have only hit #50 on the ARIA Singles chart, but it still managed a peak of #13 on the TMN Hot 100.
Garbage’s sixth album Strange Little Birds scores a #9 debut, following the trend of all their albums peaking within the Top 10. At #10 is Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Greatest Hits, scoring a high re-entry ahead of the release of their new album The Getaway. Angus Stone’s new project Dope Lemon sees their debut album Honey Bones enter at #11 followed by Nick Jonas’ latest effort Last Year Was Complicated at #13.
letlive debut at #18 with If I’m The Devil… followed by Band Of Horses Why Are You OK at #22.
Singles To Radio
Jarryd James ft. Broods /1000x/ UMA
MO/ Final Song / SME
Steve Aoki & Boehm ft. Walk The Moon / MUSHROOM
Bastille / Good Grief / EMI
MAALA / Kind Of Love / SME
Most Added To Radio
The Veronicas / In My Blood / SME
Usher / Crash / SME
Era Istrefi / Bon Bon / SME
Alle Farben ft. YOUNOTUS / Please Tell Rosie / SME
DJ Khaled ft. Drake / For Free/ YMCMB/REP/EPIC/UMA
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