Adele Says 'Hello' to Dance Charts Thanks to New Remixes

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Adele in London on Oct. 23, 2015. 

Plus: David Guetta is back with a "Bang."

On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Adele arrives at No. 24 with the Billboard Hot 100's top title, "Hello." Originally a ballad, "Hello" has received dance remixes from, among others, Pink Panda, Dark Intensity and Paul Damixie, enabling its uptempo airplay.

Adele has enjoyed success with midtempo and slow songs on mix shows before, reaching No. 2 in June 2011 with "Rolling in the Deep," No. 5 with "Someone Like You" later that year and No. 3 with "Set Fire to the Rain" in early 2012.

Adele's 'Hello' Tops Hot 100 for Second Week; Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor Hit Top 10

Adele enjoys a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 while "Hello" notches a second week atop the Hot 100.

Also noteworthy on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, the Chainsmokers soar into the top 10 with "Roses," featuring Rozes (14-6). It's the third top 10 for the EDM duo, following "#Selfie" (No. 2, March 2014) and "Let You Go," featuring Great Good Fine OK (No. 10, August 2015).

BACK WITH A 'BANG': David Guetta re-enters Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Nov. 21) at No. 12 with "Bang My Head," thanks to a new version.

The original "Bang," featuring Sia, peaked at No. 25 in December 2014 and was released from Guetta's album Listen, which spent three weeks at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums. The new version, featuring Sia and Fetty Wap, is from the French DJ's Listen Again (Nov. 27). The song returns with 18,000 downloads sold, up 1,861 percent, according to Nielsen Music, also good for a No. 4 re-emergence on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs (eclipsing previous highs of No. 22 and 5,000 sold). A remix by Glowinthedark is also included on the new album.

ROOM FOR 'DESSERT': Just above Guetta on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Dawin notches his first top 10, "Dessert" (11-10). The top Airplay and Digital Gainer, the track rises by 53 percent to 4 million audience impressions and 21 percent to 6,000 sold. The track topped the Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists list for two weeks last month.


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