Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: July 17, 2016

"All about" him.

This chart’s “all about” him.

DEBUTS
40. FRENSHIP featuring Emily Warren – Capsize
39. Katy Perry – Rise
38. Nathan Sykes – Give It Up
35. Britney Spears featuring G-Eazy – Make Me… | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
29. Serena Ryder – Got Your Number (35) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)
26. Florida Georgia Line – H.O.L.Y. (32) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)
22. Phantogram – You Don’t Get Me High Anymore (27)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Zayn – Like I Would (11) | PEAK: #10
09. OneRepublic – Wherever I Go (09) | PEAK: #09
08. Tegan And Sara – Boyfriend (05) | PEAK: #05
07. P!nk – Just Like Fire (04) | PEAK: #03
06. Adele – Send My Love (To Your New Lover) (03) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks
05. Ingrid Michaelson – Hell No (07) | PEAK: #05
04. Passenger – Somebody’s Love (05) | PEAK: #04
03. Bastille – Good Grief (06) | PEAK: #03
02. Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling (01) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks
01. Jordan Fisher – All About Us (02) | PEAK: #01 for one week | NEW #1

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Mary Lambert – Hang Out With You (4)
2. Adam Friedman featuring Mike Posner – Lemonade (3)
3. Weathers – Happy Pills (2)
4. The Wind + The Wave – Grand Canyon (1)
5. Grouplove – Welcome To Your Life (-)
6. Gavin DeGraw – She Sets The City On Fire (-)
7. High Dive Heart – Misfit (8)
8. Hailey Knox – Geeks (10)
9. X Ambassadors featuring Jamie N Commons – Low Life (6)
10. Miike Snow – My Trigger (-)

In The Mix:
Bronze Radio Return – Only Temporary
COIN – Talk Too Much
Eric Hutchinson – Anyone Who Knows Me
James TW – When You Love Someone (new)
MAGIC! – Red Dress (new)
O.A.R. – Follow Me, Follow You
Olly Murs – You Don’t Know Love
Stanaj – Romantic (new)

Chart Notes:

  • After five big weeks at the top, “Can’t Stop The Feeling” from Justin Timberlake is forced down to #2 by a newcomer. At 22 years old, Jordan Fisher has a big future ahead in worlds of film and music. His debut single, “All About Us”, climbs 2-1 in its 11th week on the chart. It’s also in the top 30 at pop radio, where it scored a sizable amount of adds upon impact. It’s been nearly 25 years since his label, Hollywood Records, scored their first top 40 hit at the format: “In My Dreams” by The Party, a #16 hit from late 1991 and early 1992.
  • Four strong debuts make the chart this week, but the situation is looking a little bit different than what I was expecting. The new entries are led by Britney Spears, making her splashy return with “Make Me…”, coming in at #35. The single reached #1 on iTunes shortly after its release, and is currently at #2. It features rapper G-Eazy. This song’s release comes as several clips from its music video leaked a few days ago. Will it become Spears’s first top ten on my chart in five years? Stay tuned!
  • Nathan Sykes has ranked in my top 40 on his own and with his bandmates in The Wanted. This week, it’s another of his solo singles that makes the countdown. “Give It Up” is new at #38. The track impacts at CHR/Top 40 radio this Tuesday. In the history of the pop radio chart, two other singles with that exact title, but a different song, have hit the top 40. In 1984, it was KC (without the Sunshine Band) that got to #19 with it. Then, in 1992, the title reached #17 for Wilson Phillips.
  • Further down the chart, Katy Perry is new at #39 with “Rise”. If you haven’t heard it on the radio yet, chances are that you will soon, as it’ll be featured in NBC’s coverage of the Rio Olympics in August. However, it’s important to note that “Rise” is not the lead single from her forthcoming album. As of this post, it’s #1 at iTunes in over two dozen countries.
  • One spot below Perry is “Capsize” from FRENSHIP and Emily Warren, two newcomers to my top 40, which comes in at #40. It’s been a huge streaming song at Spotify, totaling nearly 69 million plays thus far. The California duo was featured in my 16 For ’16 list, spotlighting emerging acts, in December of last year.

(See my full chart on the M4BCC message board) (Listen to this week’s chart and more on Spotify)

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