The Music Network Chart Wrap: August 12
Major Lazer’s Cold Water cracks the Top 10 at #2 from #16 on its second week in the chart followed by Drake’s Too Good ft. Rihanna at #3 from #9, a new peak for the track. Imany’s Don’t Be So Shy hits #5 from #10 while Anne-Marie makes a Top 10 break with Alarm at #10 from #13.
MO sees further success with her own single Final Song sitting just outside the Top 20 at #22 from #28. Mike Perry’s The Ocean is now at #29 from #35 and Digital Farm Animals’ Millionaire ft. Cash Cash & Nelly makes the Top 40 at #38 from #48 following continued love at commercial. Most moved is Jonas Blue’s Perfect Strangers, taking #25 from #49 following weeks of continued additions.
The Chainsmokers’ Closer makes a noteworthy debut at #28 while Hailee Steinfeld & Grey’s Starvingft. Zedd debuts at #47. Lukas Graham makes an entry at #55 with Drunk In The Morning following high rotation from a select few influential stations.
Major Lazer keep up strong week two figures and maintain their lead at #1 with Cold Water ft. Justin Bieber & Mo. The Chainsmokers take the #2 debut with Closer ft. Halsey after being denied the top position by the dancehall troupe. Shawn Mendes secures another new peak at #4 from #5 with Treat You Better.
Usher’s Crash breaks into the Top 10 at #10 up from #17 and is now his 12th track to enter the Top 10 of the ARIA Singles chart. Following a debut at #42 last week, Jonas Blue’s Perfect Strangers moves up to #11 and is the week’s biggest mover. Kenny Chesney debuts at #26 with the huge country/pop crossover hit Setting The World On Fire ft. P!nk.
It’s a similar situation in the ARIA Albums chart too with Human Nature managing to deny Gang Of Youths the #1 debut as Gimme Some Lovin’: Jukebox Vol. II holds fast at #1. Gang Of Youths come in at #2 with Let Me Be Clear, their new EP and career high point on the chart. It follows 2015’s The Positionswhich peaked at #5.
Hellions see a career peak too this week with Opera Oblivia debuting at #4 and leading ahead of The Voice winner Alfie Arcuri’s Zenith, which debuts at #5.
DJ Khaled takes the next big debut at #6 with Major Key and makes for his first ever ARIA Albums entry. Outside the Top 10, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ This Unruly Mess I’ve Made makes a leap to #11 from #25 following the hype from their current stint in Australia.
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Singles To Radio
Broods – Heartlines – UMA
Pitbull ft. Flo Rida & LunchMoney Lewis – Greenlight – SME
Martin Garix ft. Bebe Rexha – In The Name Of Love – SME
Tove Lo – Cool Girl – UMA
Banks – Gemini Feed – EMI
Most Added To Radio
The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey – Closer – SME
Jason Derulo – Kiss The Sky – WMA
Betty Who – I Love You Always Forever – SME
Twenty One Pilots – Heathens – WMA
DNCE – Toothbrush – UMA
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