Powered by R3hab remixes, "Wildest Dreams" leads the list. Plus, Adele flies to No. 3 with an also-remixed "Hello."
Taylor Swift tops Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Dec. 5) for the first time with "Wildest Dreams" (4-1). It's her seventh hit and fifth top 10 on the list, dating to her first, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" (which reached No. 21 in 2012).
"Dreams" has benefited on dance-focused airwaves from an officially-commissioned remix by DJ R3hab. Meanwhile, Swift has become a staple of dance/mix show radio of late, scoring five top 10s on the chart in a little more than a year. Since "Shake It Off" rose 13-8 on Oct. 18, 2014, Swift has, in fact, scored the most top 10s of any act: five. She ultimately took "Shake" to No. 6 and followed with "Blank Space" (No. 4), "Style" (No. 6) and "Bad Blood," featuring Kendrick Lamar (No. 5).