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Bebe Rexha's 'Got' Another No. 1 on Dance Club Songs

Bebe Rexha, "I Got You"
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Bebe Rexha, "I Got You"

Plus, moves for Katy Perry, Blondie, The Chainsmokers, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and Zedd & Alessia Cara.

Bebe Rexha reels in her second leader, and first on her own, on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart as "I Got You" rises 3-1 (on the chart dated April 1).

The track, remixed by SNBRN, The White Panda, Cheat Codes and more, marks Rexha's second ruler, following "In the Name of Love," with Martin Garrix, on Dec. 10, 2016. In that short span since, Rexha is the only act to ring up more than one No. 1.

"Got" recently became Rexha's second, and highest-charting, hit by herself on the Pop Songs airplay chart, reaching No. 17. A year ago, she topped the tally for two weeks with her G-Eazy collab "Me, Myself & I."

'CHAINED' MELODY: Also on Dance Club Songs, Katy Perry's "Chained to the Rhythm," featuring Skip Marley and remixed by Hot Chip, Cutmore and Tracy Young, among others, charges 20-8, becoming Perry's 17th top 10 (and Marley's first). Her prior 16, all charted consecutively, hit to No. 1, the longest streak of leaders in the chart's 40-year history.

BLONDIE'S BACK: Heritage disco-rock act Blondie charts on Dance Club Songs for the first time in 11 years with "Fun" (No. 45). The first single from the Debbie Harry-led Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band's album Pollinator (due May 5) was remixed by Greg Cohen, Eric Kupper and Drew G, among others.

Blondie’s Dance Club Songs chart history began 38 years ago with the original run of "Heart of Glass." The classic arrived at No. 70 on April 14, 1979, and reached No. 58 three weeks later. It returned to the chart 16 years later, eventually climbing to No. 7 in August 1995.

Blondie counts two No. 1s among seven top 10s (including its most recent top 10, and last entry before "Fun": "Rapture Riders," billed as by Blondie vs. The Doors, No. 10, May 2006). The group has reigned with "Rapture"/"The Tide Is High" (four weeks at No. 1 beginning Feb. 28, 1981) and "Atomic" (April 8, 1995). (The latter song first hit No. 39 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980.)

JUST LIKE THAT: The Chainsmokers and Coldplay collect a second week at No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Something Just Like This" (4-1), pushing the DJ duo's own "Paris" to No. 2 for the second time in three weeks. The top Airplay and Digital Gainer, "Something" sports totals of 40 million radio audience impressions (up 26 percent), 17.8 million U.S. streams (up 1 percent) and 62,000 downloads sold (up 15 percent) in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. It additionally reclaims the summit on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales (2-1).

Shifting to Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" rebounds 2-1 for a third week on top. Plus, Zedd and Alessia Cara climb 17-8 with "Stay," the former's eighth top 10 and the latter's third.

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