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The Chainsmokers & 5SOS' 'Who Do You Love' Goes Top 10 On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart

The Chainsmokers
Danilo Lewis   

The Chainsmokers

Plus, moves for Zedd & Katy Perry, Pet Shop Boys, Gryffin & more.

The Chainsmokers soar from No. 24 to No. 6 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Feb. 23) with "Who Do You Love," featuring 5 Seconds of Summer. Released Feb. 7, the song debuted a week earlier on the strength of only one day of sales and streaming tracking and four days of radio play.

With a full tracking week under its belt, "Who" surges with 8.2 million U.S. streams, 6.2 million radio audience impressions and sales of 18,000 downloads, according to Nielsen Music. The collaboration cruises 9-1 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, becoming The Chainsmokers' leading eighth No. 1 (and 5SOS' first). The pair passes Nicki Minaj, with seven.

On Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs, the track starts at No. 4, becoming The Chainsmokers' 13th top 10 (and, again, 5SOS' first) and tying them with Calvin Harris for the most top 10s since the chart's April 2013 launch.

Back on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, "Who" is The Chainsmokers' 16th top 10, second only to Calvin Harris' 18 in the chart's six-year history, and 5SOS' first.

"365" = 26: Zedd and Katy Perry debut at No. 26 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "365." Mirroring The Chainsmokers' "Who," the track was released on a Thursday (Valentine's Day, Feb. 14), giving it just one day before the chart's sales and streaming tracking window closed, and four days' worth  of airplay. "365" starts with 2.2 million in radio reach, 1.1 million U.S. streams and sales of 3,000 downloads.

PET SHOP BOYS BACK AT NO. 1: Pet Shop Boys earn their fourth No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Album Sales with EP Agenda. The four-song set starts with 1,000 copies sold. The heritage synth-pop duo's other toppers are Super (April 2016), Disco 3 (February 2003) and Release (May 2002).

Prior to the chart's inception in July 2001, Pet Shop Boys sent 11 albums onto the Billboard 200, dating to their 1986 debut, Please. The album spawned multiple hits, including the act's Hot 100 topper "West End Girls," which started at No. 71 on March 1, 1986, nearly 33 years ago this week. By May 10 of that year, it was No. 1.

"EASTSIDE" MOVES NORTH: On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, benny blanco earns his second top 10, Halsey adds her sixth and Khalid collects his fifth with "Eastside" (15-7). The track reaches the top 10 in its 22nd week, completing the longest climb to the tier since the chart's August 2003 start. Previously, that distinction was held by Tritonal's "Blackout" (featuring Steph Jones), which hit the top 10 (No. 9) in its 19th chart week in 2016.

SOMETHING TO "REMEMBER": Gryffin grabs his first Billboard No. 1, topping Dance Club Songs with "Remember" (2-1). It's also the first leader for the track's vocalist, Zohara. "Remember" was remixed by Madison Mars, among others.

The track became Gryffin's third chart entry and second top 10, following "Love in Ruins, featuring Sinead Harnett (No. 6, December 2017). His other Dance Club Songs hit, "Tie Me Down" (with Elley Duhe), reached No. 11 this past November. That track is also the highest-peaking of Gryffin's 11 to impact the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (No. 15, October).

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