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Chart Analysis October 27, 2015

Digital Chart Wrap: Major Lazer debuts high

Charts & Music Manager
Digital Chart Wrap: Major Lazer debuts high

Jarryd James’Do You Remembermaintains its hold on #1 in the Shazam 100 but may lose that spot to a new entry in the Top 10 in coming weeks. Thatnew entry comes from Sam Smith’sLay Me Downwhich movesto #3 from #21. Jason Derulo’sWant To Be Wantedbreaks the Top 10 at #5 from #13 as does Natalie La Rose’sSomebodyat #6 from #18 and Charlie Puth’sMarvin Gayefeaturing Meghan Trainor at #10 from #14. Three debuts take place in the Top 50 with Safia’sCounting Sheepentering at #40, Asta’sDynamitefeaturing Allday at #46 and Muse’sPsychoat #49.

The ARIA Streaming chart sees a largely stagnant week within the Top 10 with very little movement. Ellie Goulding’s Love Me Like You Do remains at #1 with the only changes happening at #4 with Hozier’s Take Me To Church moving up from #5 and Ariana Grande’s One Last Time taking #8 from #9. Four new debuts take place, the first at #11 with Major Lazer & DJ Snake’s Lean On featuring MÖ followed by LunchMoney Lewis’ Bills at #20, Mumford & Sons’ Believe at #30 and Kelly Clarkson’s Heartbeat Song at #32.

The Spotify 20 has Ellie Goulding remain at #1 with Love Me Like You Do while Mark Ronson’s Uptown Funk makes a comeback at #2 up from #3. Maroon 5’s Sugar hits a new peak at #4, as does Hozier’s Take Me To Church at #5. A new debut at #8 sees Major Lazer & DJ Snake’s Lean On featuring MÖ make an appearance as well as Zedd’s I Want You To Know featuring Selena Gomez at #16 and LunchMoney Lewis’ Bills at #19.

Click hereto view all this week’s charts, including our HOT100 national airplay (by genre & state), iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, ARIA, AIR & AMRAP.

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