Digital Chart Wrap: Wiz Khalifa challenges Major Lazer
Major Lazer & DJ Snake’s Lean On featuring MØ remains at #1 for a second week in a row on the ARIA Streaming Chart. The first bit of movement comes at #3 with Skrillex & Diplo’s Where Are Ü Now featuring Justin Bieber, which is up from #7. LunchMoney Lewis’ Bills enters the Top 10 landing at its new peak of #10 while Jason Derulo’s Want To Want Me closely misses out on the bracket landing at #13. At #22 is a new debut fro Flo Rida’s GDFR featuring Sage the Gemini & Lookas, followed by two other debuts at #26 with Years & Years’ King and Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again featuring Charlie Puth at #37.
Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again featuring Charlie Puth takes #1 on the Shazam 100 up from #18 and pushes Lean On back down to #2. Galantis’ Runaway hits a new peak at #4 up from #5 and is replaced by a new debut with Skrillex & Diplo’s Where Are Ü Now featuring Justin Bieber. Jamie Lawson’s Wasn’t Expecting That climbs up to #8 from #14; now inits third week in the chart the trackis the only new Top 10 mover. Walk The Moon’s Shut Up & Dance hits #14 up from #30 following increasedairplay as does Deorro & Chris Brown’s Five More Hours at #17, which makes the jump from #42. Kygo’s Firestone featuring Conrad Sewell takes the most moved title in this week’s chart following its leap to #33 from #89 though Tori Kelly’s Nobody To Love comes in at a close second with a jump to #41 from #81.
Major Lazer & DJ Snake’s Lean On featuring MØ remains at #1 this week but that could all come to an end next week following a very high debut at #2 this week from Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again featuring Charlie Puth. It’s followed by another high entry at #6 from Inna’s Love. Jason Derulo’s Want To Want Me hits a new peak at #11 up from #14 as does Kygo’s Stole The Show at #17 up from its debut point of #20.
The iTunes 100 has a new #1 this week with Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again featuring Charlie Puth hitting #1 up from #52. Two other tracks enter the Top 10 with Galantis’ Runaway hitting #8 from #16 and Hozier’s Take Me To Church moving up to #10 up from #11.Sam Smith’s Lay Me Down hits a new peak at #12 moving up from #42 while Ed Sheeran’s Bloodstream narrowly misses out on the Top 20 landing at #21, but makes ridiculously large gains up the chart from #99. Jamie Lawson’s Wasn’t Expecting That sees a healthy debut at #18 while Sia’s Big Girls Cry makes its entry at #36 followed by Kid Ink, Tyga, Wale, Yg & Rich Homie Quan’s Ride Out, whichenters at #43. The last debut to take place in the Top 50 is Dillon Francis’ Get Low which comes in at #48.
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