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Chart Analysis October 27, 2015

Digital Chart Wrap: Mark Ronson enters 10-week reign at #1

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Digital Chart Wrap: Mark Ronson enters 10-week reign at #1

Rihanna, Kanye West & Paul McCartney remain at the top of the Shazam 100 for their second week in a row FourFiveSeconds. Mirroring her success on every single chart is Ellie Goulding with Love Me Like You Do which hits #2 this week up from #4. Hitting #5 from last week’s debut of #37 is Lunchmoney Lewis’ Bills after being pumped on commercial radio for thepast two weeks.Three other entries take place in the Top 10, the first from Ed Sheeran’s Bloodstream at #8, Iggy Azalea’s Trouble at #9 from #26 and The Weeknd’s Earned It at #10 from #17. Jumping to #15 from #29 is Labrinth’s Jealous which originally looked like its stint at commercial was done but that is definitely not the case with a new remix hitting plenty of commercial playlists bolstering this track up. A fair few noteworthy debuts dot the chart this week. At #22 is Prince Royce’s Stuck On A Feeling featuring Snoop Dogg, followed by Klingande’s new Riva (Restart The Game) at #39 and Boo Seeka’s Kingdom Leader at #51.

Mark Ronson holds #1 on the ARIA Streaming chart for what is now his 10th week with Uptown Funk featuring Bruno Mars.Ellie Goulding moves to #2 on this chart as well, up from #5 with Love Me Like You Do, while Hozier’s Take Me To Chuch holds fast at #3 for another week. Two tracks break the Top 10 this week, the first being The Weeknd’s Earned It, which enters at #8 from #13, andat #9 from #18 is James Bay’sHold Back The River. Two new entries take place in the Top 40 with Avicii’s The Nights finally breaking at #25, the last comes from Kanye West’s Only One at #38.

Click here to view this week’s ARIA Streaming and Shazam chart.


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