As previously reported, MAGIC! takes over atop the Billboard Hot 100 with its debut hit "Rude," dethroning Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," featuring Charli XCX, after seven weeks on top. Who else celebrates notable chart moves on Billboard song surveys this week?
-- Tinashe: She scores her first top 10 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop, as "2 On," featuring ScHoolboy Q, climbs 11-7. On the Hot 100, the track jumps 36-27, reaching a new peak in its 10th week. Streaming rises 10 percent to 2.3 million U.S. clicks, with its Vevo on YouTube views accounting for 42 percent of its overall streams, according to Nielsen BDS.
-- Joe Nichols: He logs his fifth career leader and completes his first set of two straight No. 1s on Country Airplay with "Yeah" (5-1). The song follows "Sunny and 75," which capped the Dec. 14, 2013 list. Nichols previously led with "Gimmie That Girl" (2010), "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" (2005) and "Brokenheartsville" (2003). On the Hot 100, "Yeah" lifts 46-42.
-- Fifth Harmony: The group lands its highest Hot 100 rank and best sales week, as "Bo$$" bows at No. 43 with 75,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Its only prior entry, last year's "Miss Movin' On," peaked at No. 76, selling 37,000 in its best frame.
-- Iggy Azalea: While she drops from the Hot 100's summit with "Fancy," follow-up "Black Widow," featuring Rita Ora, bounds 97-65 with top Digital Gainer honors. "Widow" sold 41,000 digital downloads for the week, a 118 percent increase, and soars 13-3 on Rap Digital Songs. The track takes top Digital and Airplay Gainer honors on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, where it leaps 30-17, becoming her fourth top 20 hit on the list.
-- John Legend, Colbie Caillat: "You & I (Nobody in the World)" and "Try" arrive on the Hot 100 at Nos. 66 and 69, respectively, due to the debuts of their respective, and somewhat similar, message music videos: both clips showcase everyday beauty in women. Caillat's video bowed on Yahoo! Music on July 7 and Vevo July 8, while Legend's arrived on July 10. "You" snared 3.2 million U.S. streams for the week, while "Try" nabbed 3.2 million. They start at Nos. 17 and 18, respectively, on Streaming Songs.
-- Echosmith: Highlighted in Billboard's "Tomorrow's Hits" column nine months ago, the sibling quartet enters the Hot 100 at No. 87 with "Cool Kids." Now being promoted to radio, the breezy pop/rock song bullets on Adult Top 40 (No. 29) and Mainstream Top 40 (No. 38), while bubbling under Alternative.
-- Usher: He arrives at No. 40 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs with "She Came to Give It to You," featuring Nicki Minaj. The Pharrell-produced funky dance track's bow is owed mostly to its 19,000-unit sales start.
-- The Black Keys: "Fever" ties for the longest Alternative reign this year, matching the 10-week command of Arctic Monkeys' "Do I Wanna Know?" The Black Keys lock up their third reign of double-digit weeks, following "Lonely Boy" (11 weeks, 2011-12) and "Tighten Up" (10, 2010-11). In the chart's nearly 26-year history, only three other acts have tallied reigns of 10 weeks or more with at least three songs: fellow Warner Bros. artists Red Hot Chili Peppers, who've done so with four songs, and Linkin Park (three), and RCA's Foo Fighters (also three).
-- alt-J: "Left Hand Free" snags top debut on Hot Rock Songs (No. 22) and Alternative (No. 27). The song quickly shot to the top of thereal-time Billboard Twitter Trending 140 chart the morning of its release (July 7) and debuts on the list's weekly recap at No. 38. "Free" previews the band's forthcoming sophomore album "Hunger of the Pine," due Sept. 22.
-- Elvis Crespo: The singer claims his 11th No. 1 on Tropical Airplay, tying Jerry Rivera for fourth-most all-time. Marc Anthony leads with 24 No. 1s, followed by Victor Manuelle (23) and Gilberto Santa Rosa (14). Crespo's World Cup-themed "Ole Brazil" soars 17-1.
-- Kiesza: Hiding no more, she enters the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs top 10, as her breakthrough hit "Hideaway" hikes 11-9. The Calgary native's '90s-reminiscent house cut concurrently reaches the Dance/Electronic Songs top 10 (14-9, up by 33 percent to 14,000 sold) and blasts 21-12 in its second week on Dance/Mix Show Airplay (up 29 percent in plays). Meanwhile, her debut EP "Hideaway" enters Dance/Electronic Albums at No. 13.
On July 9, Kiesza made her U.S. TV debut on CBS' "The Late Show With David Letterman," recreating the song's one-take video, originally shot in Williamsburg, N.Y. (and which has drawn 55 million worldwide YouTube views), in and outside the Ed Sullivan Theater.
-- Bingo Players: Nearly six years after their first appearance, Bingo Players score their first Dance Club Songs No. 1, as "Knock You Out" rises 3-1. Originally a duo, Maarten Hoogstraten has continued the act solo following last year's death of Paul Baumer (who requested that Hoogstraten release new music under the Bingo Players name). While it never charted on Dance Club Songs, the pair's "Cry (Just a Little)," a reworking of Brenda Russell's 1988 No. 6 Hot 100 ballad "Piano in the Dark," inspired Flo Rida's "I Cry," which also hit No. 6 on the Hot 100 in 2012.
Additional reporting by Wade Jessen, Amaya Mendizabal and Emily White