Jonas Blue Scores Sixth No. 1 On Dance Club Songs Chart With 'I Wanna Dance'

Joe Termini
Jonas Blue

Plus, moves for Anggun, Madonna and Swae Lee.

Jonas Blue jumps to his sixth No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated Oct. 5) with "I Wanna Dance" (2-1). The track tops the chart thanks to original and extended versions only, without the aid of official remixes.

Blue's other leaders are his remake of Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" (featuring Dakota, April 2016); "Perfect Strangers" (featuring JP Cooper, November 2016); "Alien" (Sabrina Carpenter and Blue, July 2018); "Rise" (featuring Jack & Jack, September 2018); and "Polaroid" (with Liam Payne and Lennon Stella, this January).

ANGGUN'S BEST: Additionally on Dance Club Songs, Anggun ascends 11-7 with "Perfect World," earning a new career-best rank and second top 10. Previously, the Indonesian-born, French-raised singer reached No. 8 with "What We Remember" in February 2018. Anggun first appeared on Billboard charts over two decades ago with "Snow on the Sahara," which scaled Dance Club Songs (No. 16) and Adult Pop Songs (No. 22) in 1998.

"Perfect," which was recorded in London, was co-written by Paul Barry (co-writer of Cher's "Believe" and Enrique Iglesias' "Bailamos," among others) and remixed by Ray RhodesDJLW and DJ Spin & X, to name a few.

Anggun, a judge (along with David Foster and Jay Park) on Asia's Got Talent, tells Billboard, "The path of life is a fascinating subject to me. We all know that our time is counted; this is all that we have. Live to the fullest, love and laugh a lot but never forget to be kind."

MADONNA 'X'-TENDS MARK: Continuing on Dance Club Songs, Madonna and Swae Lee score the Hot Shot Debut with "Crave" at No. 37. Lee's third appearance (and first as a lead act) is Madonna's record-extending 66th; David Guetta follows with 45. "Crave" is Madonna's third entry from her Madame X album, following the No. 1s "Medellín" (with Maluma, June 29) and "I Rise" (August 31). Like the latter, "Crave" was officially remixed Tracy Young.

LODATO LEAPS: On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Lodato lurches 13-5 with "Home," his first top 10.

Kaskade and Meghan Trainor surge 15-6 on the chart with "With You," marking the DJ's 16th top 10 and the singer's second.

Plus, Joel Corry earns his first top 10 on the tally, soaring 17-9 with "Sorry."

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