For this year, we are making one important change to the list and to all subsequent Bent*Spun charts: we are expanding it by 1 position. That’s right, the Bent*Spun 20 shall henceforth now be Bent*Spun 21. It’s got a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
The Cold War Kids remain on top for a second consecutive frame with “First” in a week that sees the Top 4 positions remain unchanged from last week. Drake is the week’s highest debut at No. 9 with “Hotline Bling.” Just outside the Top 10, R. City and Adam Levine debut at No. 12 with their collaboration, “Locked Away.”
After spending two weeks at No. 2, the Cold War Kids finally get to be first with “First.” After debuting at No. 6 last week, Justin Bieber jumps to the runner-up spot. Sam Hunt’s “House Party” falls to No. 4 after 5 straight weeks in the summit. Prince is the week’s highest debut at No. 7 with “SHUT THIS DOWN.”
Sam Hunt’s “House Party” extends to a fifth consecutive week in the summit. Cold War Kids stay put in the runner-up spot with “First.” Justin Bieber debuts in the Top 10 with “What Do You Mean?,” the lead single from his highly anticipated new album.
Sam Hunt’s “House Party” spends a fourth consecutive week on top of the countdown. Cold War Kids shoot up 7-2 with “First.” Demi Lovato’s “Cool For The Summer” stays put at No. 3. The week’s debuts come in at the bottom end: Guided By Voices at No. 19 with “Teenage FBI” followed by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with “Downtown (feat. Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz)” at No. 20.