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Marshmello & Bastille’s ‘Happier’ Breaks File for Longest No. 1 on Billboard’s Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs Chart

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Plus, strikes for Jack Again, Diplo & Lil Nas X.

Marshmello and Bastille‘s “Happier” units a brand new normal for essentially the most weeks spent at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs chart, because the collaboration spends a 34th week on the summit (on the tally dated Might 18).

The tune breaks out of a tie with Zedd, Maren Morris and Gray’s “The Center,” which logged 33 weeks at No. 1 final yr.

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“Happier” hit No. 1 on Sept. 29, 2018, and has but to relinquish the highest spot. It is the sixth tune because the chart’s January 2013 inception to eclipse 20 weeks on prime:

Most weeks at No. 1 on Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs
34, “Happier,” Marshmello & Bastille, 2018-19
33, “The Center,” Zedd, Maren Morris & Gray, 2018
27, “Nearer,” The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey, 2016-17
26, “Wake Me Up!,” Avicii, 2013-14
25, “One thing Simply Like This,” The Chainsmokers & Coldplay, 2017
23, “Lean On,” Main Lazer & DJ Snake feat. MO, 2015-16

In different Marshmello information, the masked DJ spends a second week at No. 2 on Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs with “Right here With Me,” that includes CHVRCHES, and returns for a second week (after an look at No. 47 in July 2018) with “Paralyzed,” following the premiere of its official video Might 2. The tune from Marshmello’s former High Dance/Digital Albums No. 1 set Joytime II greater than doubled to 1 million on-demand U.S. streams within the week ending Might 9, in response to Nielsen Music.

‘PHONE’ NUMBER 1: David Guetta, through alias Jack Again, banks his 13th Dance Membership Songs No. 1 with “Put Your Telephone Down (Low)” (2-1). His third chief below the Jack Again alias follows “(It Occurs) Generally” (December 2018) and “Wild One Two” (that includes David Guetta, Nicky Romero and SIA; Might 2012).

“Telephone,” which achieves its chart-topping standing with out the help of official remixes, lifts Guetta to inside one No. 1 of essentially the most amongst male acts, courting to the record’s August 1976 inception as a nationwide survey; Dave Aude, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull lead the class with 14 every. Madonna leads all artists with 46 No. 1s (whereas her first entry since 2015, ” Medellín,” with Maluma, jumps 35-23 in its second week on the chart).

DIPLO DEBUTS: Diplo opens at No. 2 on Dance/Digital Album Gross sales and No. 23 on Dance/Digital Album Gross sales with Greater Floor, as the home music EP launches on the latter record with 2,000 equal album models.

Diplo additionally debuts at No. 22 on Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs with the set’s “Win Win,” that includes Tove Lo. The 27th entry for the DJ and fifth for the Swedish singer offered 3,000 downloads within the monitoring week, additionally good for a No. four begin on the Dance/Digital Digital Music Gross sales chart.

TAKING HIS HORSE TO THE TOP 10: Lil Nas X notches his first Dance/Combine Present Airplay prime 10, as does featured performer Billy Ray Cyrus, as “Outdated City Street” rides 11-8. The smash continues at No. 1 for a sixth whole week atop the Billboard Sizzling 100.


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