Steve Aoki & Lauren Jauregui's 'All Night' Arrives in Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Top 10

Brian Ziff
Steve Aoki

Plus, Selena Gomez & Marshmello's "Wolves" bolts back to No. 1.

Steve Aoki and Lauren Jauregui jump onto Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Dec. 9) at No. 9 with "All Night." It's the fourth top 10 and 15th chart entry for the superstar DJ and the first chart appearance for Fifth Harmony singer Jauregui.

"All" arrives with 13,000 downloads sold (also good for a No. 3 start on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales) and 2 million U.S. streams in the week ending Nov. 23, according to Nielsen Music.

HEAD OF THE PACK: Atop Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Selena Gomez and Marshmello return to No. 1 with "Wolves" (3-1) following the Nov. 18 release of its official video and the pair's performance of the song on the American Music Awards on Nov. 19. The song soars by 194 percent to 35,000 sold and 46 percent to 16.5 million streams.

The collaboration dethrones Marshmello's own "Silence," featuring Khalid (1-2), marking the first time that an act has replaced itself at No. 1 since The Chainsmokers and Coldplay's "Something Just Like This" bumped the DJ duo's "Paris" (April 1).

"Wolves" also earns Gomez and Marshmello their second No. 1 rank each on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (2-1). The track halts the DJ's 12-week run atop the chart with "Silence," which slips to No. 2. Gomez previously reigned for three weeks in March-April 2015 as featured on Zedd's "I Want You to Know."

Speaking of Hot Dance/Electronic Songs and Marshmello, his "Blocks" cements itself at No. 25 in its first week. Although available since January 2016 on his album Joytime, the track's official video premiered Nov. 13, spurring a 512 percent increase to 1.4 million domestic streams in the tracking week.


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