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P!nk eyes off more airplay chart history with Keith Urban team-up

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P!nk eyes off more airplay chart history with Keith Urban team-up

P!nk continues to prove herself as one of Australian radio’s most-loved artists, as her collaboration with Keith Urban ‘One Too Many’ cracks the Top 10 of the weekly Australian airplay chart.

The US singer-songwriter is already the most successful artist in the history of the TMN Hot 100, now powered by Radio Monitor.

‘One Too Many’ rises 21 places this week, to hit #10 in just its second charting week.

Over the past two decades P!nk has gone to #1 on a whopping 14 occasions, and she’ll be looking to add another gong to the trophy room in the coming weeks.

To put that in perspective, no other artist has more than eight, with Justin Bieber joining Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran and Delta Goodrem in second place earlier this year.

Her most recent #1 single on the chart came care of 2019’s ‘Walk Me Home’, and she has since cracked the Top 3 with ‘Can We Pretend’ featuring Cash Cash.

The pulling power of Australian country legend Keith Urban shouldn’t be overstated, and this week his presence on the track helps P!nk break the Australian country airplay chart for the first time in her career.

‘One Too Many’ lands at #40 on the Country Hot 50 this week, and joins Urban’s current solo hit ‘Superman’ (up 12 places to #10) on the chart.

That extends Urban’s record as the artist with the most Top 10 country hits at Australian radio in the history of the TMN Airplay Charts.

This year alone he’s had three singles break the Top 10 of the Country Hot 50 powered by Radio Monitor.

TMN Hot 100 powered by Radio Monitor

#1. Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo – ‘Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)’ (SME)

#2. Joel Corry x MNEK – ‘Head & Heart’ (NEON/UMA)

#3. Topic ft. A7S – ‘Breaking Me’ (UMA)

#4.  Sia – ‘Together’ (ATL/WMA)

#5. Kygo x Tina Turner – ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ (SME)

Check out the latest Australian airplay charts here.


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