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Benny Blanco & Calvin Harris Go Top 10 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart With 'I Found You'

Calvin Harris & Benny Blanco
Matt Adam

Calvin Harris & Benny Blanco

Plus, moves for Gesaffelstein & The Weeknd, Fatboy Slim & Martin Garrix.

Benny Blanco and Calvin Harris hike 14-9 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Jan. 19) with "I Found You." The first top 10 for producer Blanco, "Found" is Harris' leading 17th top 10, dating to the chart's January 2013 launch. The Chainsmokers follow with 15 top 10s.

"Found" surges following the Jan. 4 release of a charity version of the single with added vocals from Miguel. Overall, the track earned 3.8 million U.S. streams (up 61 percent) and sold 4,000 downloads (up 388 percent) in the tracking week ending Jan. 10, according to Nielsen Music. Those figures are good for a No. 20 debut on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs and a No. 6 re-entry on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, besting the cut's previous high of No. 11 on Nov. 17.

"Found" reached No. 2 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay on Dec. 22 and is currently No. 4. On Dance Club Songs, the track pushes 32-26.

Additionally on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, French producer Gesaffelstein's team-up with The Weeknd on the low-key electronic  track "Lost in the Fire" starts at No. 25. Released on Friday, Jan. 11 (after the Thursday, Jan. 10 close for the sales and streaming tracking week), the debut is based solely on 7.4 million radio audience impressions (in the Jan. 7-13 airplay tracking week).

Gesaffelstein's first entry on the chart, "Lost" is The Weeknd's third (and first as a lead act), following featured appearances on Kavinksy's "Odd Look" (No. 46, September 2013) and Disclosure's "Nocturnal" (No. 16, October 2015).

Atop Dance Club Songs, Fatboy Slim scores his first leader with "Praise You (2018)," buoyed by a recent remix from Purple Disco Machine (2-1). It's Slim's second top 10 among five chart hits. The original "Praise" pranced to No. 5 on the (now-defunct) Dance Singles Sales chart and No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1999.

Looking at Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Martin Garrix motors to his seventh top 10, and featured vocalist Bonn, his first, with "High on Life" (15-8). The track reached No. 4 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales in August.

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