The Music Network Chart Wrap: July 27

Hot 100

The Weeknd holds #1 for a third week with Can’t Feel My Face while no movement occurs in the Top 10 till #5. Lost Frequencies take #5 from #10 on its fifth week in the chart while DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge’s You Know You Like It breaks into the Top 10 at #6 from #13. Ed Sheeran’s Photograph moves back into the Top 10 at #8 from #12 while Fifth Harmony’sWorth It featuring Kid Ink makes it to #10 from #14.

There is very little major movement in the Hot 100 this week, the main movers worth noting are Pia Mia’s Do It Again featuring Chris Brown & Tyga and Aston Merrygold’s Get Stupid, which is up at #16 from #22. Most moved this week is Peking Duk’s Say My Namefeaturing Benjamin Joseph, which moves from #57 tp #31.

Five new debuts make their way into the Top 50, the first is Calvin Harris’ How Deep Is Your Love which enters at #30, at #40 is 5 Seconds Of Summer’s She’s Kinda Hot. Debuting at #43 and #45 is Sam Feldt’s Show Me Your Love featuring Kimberly Anne and Nathan Syke’sKiss Me Quick, respectively. The last new entry comes at #50 with U2’s Song For Someone.

ARIA Singles

The ARIA Singles chart finds a new #1 this week with Lost Frequencies’ Are You With Memoving up from #3. It finally reaches the top in Australia after reaching #1 in other countries including the UK and Sweden. Two high debuts make their way into the Top 10, the first at #6 is 5 Seconds Of Summer’s She’s Kinda Hot and Calvin Harris’ How Deep Is Your Love featuring The Disciples at #8. Pia Mia’s Do It Again featuring Chris Brown & Tyga moves up to #10 from #22 while Aston Merrygold’s Get Stupid sees strong movement to #28 from #50. Samantha Jade sees a strong debut at #32 with Shake That featuring Pitbull, while Pharrell Williams’ Freedom debuts at #47 and Fetty Wap’s Trap Queen debuts at #49.

ARIA Albums

Tame Impala debuts at #1 this week with third studio album Currents, marking their first #1 on the ARIA Albums chart; their previous highpoints being #4 with both Lonerism andInnerspeaker. It becomes the fifth Australian #1 in 2015. The next highest debut enters at #5 with The Chemical Brothers’ Born In The Echoes, becoming their sixth Top 10 album on the ARIA Albums chart. Josh Groban’s Stages sees a huge leap to #7 from #42 as a result of his recent Australian promo tour. MS MR’s see a debut at #12 and are no doubt riding off the hype behind their appearance in Australia for Splendour In The Grass. 

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:

Delta Goodrem / Wings / SME

Vance Joy / Fire And The Flood / MUSHROOM  

James Bay / Scars / UMA

My Therapy / Raz / IND

HAvana BRown ft. Bebe Rexiha & Savi / Battle Cry / SME

Most Added To Radio

Calvin Harris ft. The Disciples / How Deep Is Your Love / SME

5 Seconds Of Summer / She’s Kinda Hot / EMI

Madcon ft. Ray Dalton / Don’t Worry / WMA

Rufus / You Were Right / SME

The Black Eyed Peas / Yesterday / IGA/UMA




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