29 Jan 2017

Christine & The Queens ‘Tilted’ on top

Ever since The Chainsmokers strung together 7 straight weeks on top with “Closer (feat. Halsey)” (in October & November 2016), the summit has seen a steady turnover of acts ruling for a week, including return runs for The Chainsmokers themselves and Rae Sremmurd. This week the trend continues as Christine & The Queens ascend to the top with “Tilted.”

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22 Jan 2017

Jon Bellion rides high on top with ‘All Time Low’

Jon Bellion ascends to the top spot with “All Time Low” (up 2-1). Last week’s chart topper, “A Different Corner” by George Michael slides down to No. 4. Two songs debut on the chart: “Drinkin’ Too Much” by Sam Hunt at No. 13 and “What’s That Perfume That You Wear?” by Jens Lekman at No. 19.

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15 Jan 2017

George Michael posthumously turns ‘A Different Corner’ to No. 1

George Michael makes an impressive posthumous splash on the countdown this week, placing 5 titles in the Top 10, led by “A Different Corner,” which ascends to the summit after re-entering at No. 7 last week. Elsewhere, Calum Scott debuts at No. 19 with his remake of the Robyn track “Dancing On My Own.”

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08 Jan 2017

Shawn Mendes finds ‘Mercy’ on top

Shawn Mendes makes a stunning move to the summit with “Mercy” (up 20-1). Last week’s top two songs – the late Leonard Cohen’s “You Want It Darker” and Piano Magic’s “Exile” – tumble out of the chart altogether. The untimely passing of George Michael continues to be felt on the countdown 6 of the 7 new entries this week all bear his musical stamp, led by his “A Different Corner,” which re-enters at No. 7.

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01 Jan 2017

Leonard Cohen reaches summit with ‘You Want It Darker’

The late Leonard Cohen pulls a surprise move this week, jumping 6-1 to top the countdown with “You Want It Darker.” Rae Sremmurd fall to No. 11 with “Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane).” Following his death on Christmas Day, George Michael re-enters the chart at No. 18 with “Monkey.”

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