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LUCKY 13TH: Enrique Iglesias records his 13th No. 1 on Dance Club Songs with "Bailando" (4-1). The triumph extends his mark for the most chart-toppers among all male acts in the chart's 38-year history. It also enters Iglesias into a tie with Whitney Houston and Lady Gaga for the 10th-most No. 1s overall. Remixes from Gregor Salto, Catalyzt, and Mack and Jet Set Vega, among others, helped "Bailando" dance its way to the top.
Dating to the Dance Club Songs chart's Aug. 28, 1976, inception as a national survey, here's an updated look at the acts with the most No. 1s:
19, Janet Jackson
17, Mariah Carey?
16, Kristine W?
15, Jennifer Lopez
15, Donna Summer?
14, Katy Perry
13, Whitney Houston
13, Enrique Iglesias
13, Lady Gaga?
'DANGEROUS' MOVE: David Guetta takes Hot Shot Debut honors on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Dangerous" (No. 18). Its points stem nearly entirely from radio airplay, as it wasn't released for sale until Oct. 6 (after the chart's sales tracking period).
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"Dangerous" features Sam Martin's vocals, as did "Lovers on the Sun," Guetta's previous hit. That track reached No. 12 upon its July 19 debut on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs (and currently ranks at No. 14); it rose to No. 3 on Dance Club Songs (Sept. 20). Both songs, along with recent hits "Bad" and "Shot Me Down," will be on Guetta's Big Beat/Atlantic/Parlophone debut album, Listen, due Nov. 24.
SUPERDUO: Jack U, a moniker for superstar DJs Diplo and Skrillex, enters Hot Dance/Electronic Songs at No. 19 with "Take U There." The track, featuring vocals from Kiesza, takes its points predominantly from sales. It vaults 36-16 on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs (6,000, up 114 percent). Kiesza, meanwhile, takes Streaming Gainer honors on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with her breakout hit "Hideaway" (9-8).
AVICII ARRIVES: Avicii also debuts on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs at No. 23 with "The Days." Released on Friday, Oct. 3, "Days" accumulated sales of 5,000 in an abbreviated three-day tracking period, good for a No. 18 entry on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs. The song features uncredited vocals from Robbie Williams and serves as the first single from Avicii's upcoming rock-oriented studio album, Stories.