Alicia Keys Unlocks First Dance Club Songs No. 1 Since 2004 With 'In Common'

Plus, chart action for Calvin Harris, DJ Snake, Justin Bieber & more.

Alicia Keys crowns Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated Oct. 15) for the first time in 12 years, as "In Common" climbs 2-1. Her only other leader, "Diary" (featuring Tony! Toni! Tone!), led the list dated Nov. 20, 2004.

"Common" stopped at No. 42 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in May but benefits from recently released club remixes from Kaskade, Kenny Dope and Black Coffee, among others. In her only other Dance Club Songs visit, the singer/songwriter/pianist hit No. 23 in 2013 with "Girl on Fire" (featuring Nicki Minaj).

'WAY' UP: Shifting to Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Calvin Harris' "My Way" surges 9-3 in its second week, marking the fastest climb to No. 3 or higher in more than six years, since Selena Gomez & The Scene's "Naturally" soared 9-2 in its second week. Concurrently, "Way" earns top Streaming Gainer honors on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs (No. 6), up by 19 percent to 7.1 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music.

Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, DJ Snake shoots into the top 10 with "Let Me Love You," featuring Justin Bieber (15-7). It's the fifth top 10 for Snake and the 10th for Bieber. Since Bieber's "Boyfriend" barreled 11-6 on July 7, 2012, only Calvin Harris has collected more top 10s (11) in that span.

'GOOD' NEWS: On Top Dance/Electronic Albums, Griz (real name: Grant Kwiecinski) grabs his best sales week and highest chart position, as Good Will Prevail bows at No. 2 with 3,000 copies sold. The set is Griz's second top 10, following the Detroit-based producer's debut set Say It Loud (No. 9, 1,000, April 18, 2015).

Further down the list, Delerium returns with its first album in four years, Mythologie (No. 7, 1,000 sold). It's the heritage act's third top 10 and its highest chart position in 13 years, since 2003's No. 2-peaking Chimera.

'PUT' BACK & BIGGER THAN EVER: StoneBridge secures the Hot Shot Debut at No. 50, the anchor position, on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Put 'Em High (2016)," featuring Therese. It's the first time that the leading debut has arrived in the chart's final rung since Jan. 10, 2015, when the sole new entry was "I Like You" by Tony Moran featuring Debby Holiday.

On Dance Club Songs, "Put" rises 13-10. The track rose to No. 40 on the list more than a decade ago (Feb. 19, 2005), but new remixes from Alex van Alff, Christian Poow and Kilo Shuhaibar, among others, have rejuvenated interest.

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