The Music Network Chart Wrap: September 7
The Chainsmokers see their success on the ARIA Singles chart translate to the Hot 100 with Closer ft. Halsey taking #1 from #3 becoming their first ever #1 on the TMN Hot 100.
Betty Who cracks the Top 10 at #4 from #12, simultaneously taking a new peak for the track I Love You Always Forever and for her career on the Hot 100. Ellie Goulding’s Still Falling For You makes a huge leap at #20 from #63 on its second week in the chart, as does Calum Scott’s Dancing On My Own at #26 from #56.
Most moved this week is Shawn Mendes’ latest effort, Mercy at #50 from #94 on week two in the chart. OneRepublic’s Kids is the first and only noteworthy debut, coming in at #59.
The Chainsmokers are still strong at #1 for a fourth week with Closer ft. Halsey on the ARIA Singles chart. It’s now confirmed for its second week at #1 in the US while just taking the top spot in the UK.
Twenty One Pilots’ Heathens sees a new peak at #3 from #4, one spot away from matching previous career peak Stressed Out, which finished at #3. Martin Garrix scores his first ever Top 10 single with In The Name Of Love ft. Bebe Rexha taking #8 from #23. Calum Scott’s rendition of Robyn’s Dancing On My Own hits #10 from its debut point of #45.
Ariana Grande makes for the last notable change, debuting at #36 with Side By Sideft. Nicki Minaj. It was also last week’s most added track to radio.
It’s Barbra Streisand’s second time at #1 on the ARIA Albums chart in as many years with Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, her 35th studio album. It also marks her third #1 in the country with Guilty hitting #1 in 1980 before the ARIA charts existed.
Britney Spears scores the next debut at #4 with Glory, her ninth studio album and first Top 10 appearance since 2011’s Femme Fatale which peaked at #1 in April of that year. Australian country legend Troy Cassar-Daley takes the #5 debut withThings I Carry Around followed by Twelve Foot Ninja’s Outlier debuting at #6.
Another country act debuts at #7: Florida Georgia Line with Dig Your Roots. It’s the country duo’s second Top 50 appearance and beats their previous career peak of #20 with Anything Goes back in 2014.
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Singles To Radio
Zara Larsson / Ain’t My Fault / SME
The Back Eyed Peas ft. The World / Where’s The Love / UMA
Wrabel / 11 Bocks / SME
Tory Lanez / LUV / UMA
Keith Urban / Wasted Time / CAP/EMI
Most Added To Radio
Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj / Side To Side / UMA
Craig David & Sigala / Ain’t Giving Up / SME
Hailee Steinfeld & Grey ft. Zedd / Starving / UMA
Nat Conway / Everybody’s Free / SME
Passenger / Anywhere / WMA
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