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Chart Analysis January 28, 2016

Digital Chart Wrap: Charlie Puth makes waves across digital charts

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Justin Bieber rules the digital charts again this week with Love Yourself remaining at #1 and Sorry at #2 for a second week ina row. Jonas Blue’s Fast Car movesinto the #4 spot up from last week’s #7.

Zara Larsson’s Lush Life enters the Top 10 coming in at #8 from last week’s #12, while Adele’s Hello sits above her at #9 down from #8.

There seems to be very little movement in the 13-21 section of the charts with Drake’s contemporary R&B hit Hotline Bling holding onto the #14 spot. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker hold onto #15 with The Trouble With Us,The Weeknd’s I Can’t Feel My Face remains at #16 and Robin Schulz featuring Francesco Yates’s and their track Sugar remains at #17.


We have a new #1 on the ITunes chart this week as Jonas Blue tops the charts with Fast Car. The track took the top positionafter just three weeks in the charts. Justin Bieber’s Love Yourself moves to #2 down from #1 and Snakehips ft. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper and their track All My Friends holds onto the #3 spot for another week.

Elle King’s Ex’s & Oh’s moves to #4 this week, up two spots from #6, Zara Larson also moves up the charts with Lush Life sitting at #5 up from #8.

We welcome Flume into the Top 10 this week as he debuts Never Be Like You featuring Kai at #7 meanwhile Charlie Puth’s One Call Away is making big moves across the charts sliding into #10 from last week’s #26.

Kiiara’s Gold is also making some serious movement as she comes in at #14 up from last week’s #56, The Chainsmokers also make their way up the chart with their track Roses coming in at #35 from last week’s #81.


Once again, much like the ARIA streaming charts, the Spotify charts are ruled by Justin Bieber with Love Yourself featuring Ed Sheeran remaining at #1 and Sorry remaining at #2 for another week. The trifector is over though, as What Do You Mean moves to #5 from last week’s #3 and Snakehips ft. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper move in with All My Friends take the #3 spot up from #4.

Jonas Blue’s Fast Car jumps four spots from #8 to #4 while Zara Larson’s Lush Life enters the Top 10 coming in at #8 from last week’s #17.

Rudimental ft. Ed Sheeran and their track Lay It On Me sits at #10 up from #11 while Robin Shulz’s Sugar sits at #11 up from last week’s #12.

Skrillex, They, Zhu’s Working For It jumps three spots from #30 to #27 and Charlie Puth’s One Call Away is making its way quickly up the charts sitting at #31 from last week’s #53.

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