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The Chainsmokers' 'Roses' Rules Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart

The Chainsmokers Hot 100 Festival 2015
Meredith Jenks

The Chainsmokers photographed at Billboard Hot 100 Fest on Aug. 23, 2015 at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in New York.

The duo scores its first No. 1 on the ranking. Plus, Robin Schulz notches his second Hot 100 hit with "Sugar."

The Chainsmokers conquer another Billboard dance chart, as "Roses" rises 2-1 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay (dated Jan. 23). Featuring vocals from Rozes (aka Elizabeth Menzel), the track is the first No. 1 on the chart for the DJ duo of Alex Pall and Drew Taggart. The pair's breakthrough hit, "#SELFIE," spent four weeks at No. 2 in April 2014.

"Roses" also leads Dance/Electronic Digital Songs for an eighth week and Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a third week, earning top Airplay and Streaming Gainer honors on the latter chart. It grows by 25 percent to 52 million audience impressions and 7 percent to 6 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music. That clicks total also pushes the track to within a step of the top spot (3-2) on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs.

"Roses" concurrently becomes The Chainsmokers' highest-charting Billboard Hot 100 hit, jumping 22-13, besting the No. 16 peak of "#SELFIE."

Also on the Hot 100, Robin Schulz makes his second appearance as "Sugar," featuring Francesco Yates, debuts at No. 87. The song holds at its No. 6 high on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. Schulz first hit the Hot 100 with "Prayer in C" with Lillywood (No. 23, March 2015).

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