Dua Lipa & Sofi Tukker Add New No. 1s on Dance/Electronic Charts

Markus Pritzi
Dua Lipa

'IDGAF' is Lipa's fourth Club leader & Sofi Tukker's album "Treehouse" launches.

Dua Lipa lands her fourth No. 1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart, as "IDGAF" rises 2-1 (on the chart dated April 28). The poppy original was remixed by Ray Rhodes, Barry Harris & MSC and Dirty Disco, among others.   

Lipa is now four-for-four from the start, having hit No. 1 with each of her first four chart entries. She first ruled with "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)" (Jan. 14, 2017) and followed with "Be the One" (June 24) and "New Rules" (Nov. 4). Notably, since her first week at the summit, only Rihanna has earned more No. 1s (six).   

As she leads the latest list, Lipa also lands the Hot Shot Debut as "One Kiss," with Calvin Harris,  enters at No. 35, aided by remixes from Jason Reilly and Alphalove.

BRANCHING OUT: Sofi Tukker swings onto Top Dance/Electronic Albums at No. 5 with Treehouse. The set earned 4,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 19, according to Nielsen Music. With half its sum stemming from traditional album sales, Treehouse starts at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Album Sales, marking the act's first topper. While Treehouse is the Sofi Tukker's first full-length, the duo hit No. 14 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums in July 2016 with its Soft Animals EP.

Breakout Treehouse track "Best Friend," featuring NERVO, The Knocks and Alisa Ueno, topped Dance/Mix Show Airplay for two weeks and reached No. 5 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs in January. It also climbed to the top 20 on the Pop Songs and Alternative Songs airplay charts. Now, Treehouse track "That's It (I'm Crazy)" cruises 31-16 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.

'LIKE' TIES 'LEAN': On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, The Chainsmokers and Coldplay tie the record for the longest-charting title since the list's January 2013 inception, as "Something Just Like This" posts its 61st week (rising 3-2). Major Lazer and DJ Snake's "Lean On" (featuring MO) also spent 61 weeks on the chart, through May 14, 2016. "Lean" logged 23 weeks at No. 1, finishing as the top song of 2015. "Something" wrapped as the No. 1 song of 2017, having spent 25 non-consecutive weeks atop the weekly list.