Kygo's fresh five: "Stranger Things" (featuring OneRepublic; No. 16); "Riding Shotgun" (with Oliver Nelson and featuring Bonnie McKee; No. 27); "I See You" (featuring Billy Raffoul; No. 44); "With You" (featuring Wrabel; No. 47); and "Permanent" (featuring JHart; No. 49).
The Kids in Love title track, featuring The Night Game, slips 20-22 after starting at No. 10 two weeks ago; "Never Let You Go," featuring John Newman, ranks at No. 31 after its No. 19 debut last week; and "Sunrise," featuring Jason Walker, shines, pushing 46-33 in its second frame.
NOT LOUD, BUT PROUD: Marshmello cruises to his first No. 1 on Dance Club Songs with "Silence" (2-1). Also the first leader for featured artist Khalid, the song was remixed for clubs by Tiesto, DJ Damian and Sumr Camp, among others.
"Silence" continues at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs for an 11th total week on top, earning 13.8 million U.S. streams in the tracking period. The song rises 3-2 on both Dance/Mix Show Airplay and Hot Dance/Electronic Songs (returning to its peak) and holds at No. 2 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales with 8,000 downloads sold, up 5 percent (after leading the Nov. 4 list).
'HOME' IN THE TOP FIVE: Sultan + Shepard shine on Dance/Mix Show Airplay as "Almost Home," featuring Nadia Ali and IRO, bounds 17-5. It's the fourth top 10 for the DJ duo, whose "In the Air" (credited to Morgan Page, Sultan + Ned Shepard and BT featuring Angela McCluskey) topped the list six years ago this month. "Almost" is the third top 10 for Ali and first for IRO.
Continuing with Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Tiesto tallies his 10th top 10 with "Carry You Home" (14-7). It's the first top 10 each for featured acts Stargate and Aloe Blacc. As producers, Stargate topped the chart with eight titles in 2006-14 (with tracks by Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Katy Perry and Iggy Azalea) and Blacc's uncredited vocals on Avicii's "Wake Me Up!" helped the song spend 10 weeks at No. 1 in 2013.
Further on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Halsey earns her third top 10 with "Bad at Love" (11-9). In July, Halsey hit the region for the first time as a lead act with "Now or Never" (No. 5), after breaking through as the featured vocalist on The Chainsmokers' "Closer," which logged a record 20 weeks at No. 1 in 2016-17. "Bad," remixed by Dillon Francis, Hook N Sling and Autograf, among others, also jumps 10-5 on Dance Club Songs.