Tiesto & Dzeko's 'Jackie Chan' Kicks Way to No. 1 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart

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Tiësto and Dzeko, "Jackie Chan"

Plus, Metro & Nelly Furtado top Dance Club Songs, Bassnectar debuts & more.

Tiesto and Dzeko's "Jackie Chan," featuring Preme and Post Malone, charges 5-1 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Sept. 8). The track is the third topper for Tiesto and the first for each other act.

Tiesto last led with "Red Lights" for 11 weeks in March-May 2014. The DJ first ruled in November 2009, when he spent two weeks on top with "I Will Be Here" (with Sneaky Sound System). Starting with "Traffic" (No. 21, May 2004), Tiesto has totaled 20 chart entries, including 11 top 10s.

"Jackie Chan," an ode to the famed martial arts master and actor, holds at its No. 3 peak on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, having collected 16.5 million audience impressions (up 18 percent), 8.4 million U.S. streams (up 3 percent) and 5,000 downloads sold (up 1 percent) in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music.

Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Elephante elevates 15-8 with "The In Between," featuring Anjulie; the track is the first top 10 for both the DJ and the singer. Plus, Jonas Blue bolts 11-9 with "Rise," featuring Jack and Jack. It's the DJ's third top 10 and the vocal duo's first.

ROLLING 'STONES': Metro and Nelly Furtado top Dance Club Songs with "Sticks & Stones" (2-1). It's the first leader for Metro (a shortening of Metrophonic, the production duo of Brian Rawling and Mark Taylor) and the seventh for Furtado. She had last led over a decade ago, when "Do It" dug into No. 1 in November 2007. "Do" became Furtado's third No. 1 that year, following "Say It Right" and "All Good Things (Come to an End)." Furtado's other No. 1s are "Turn Off the Light" (2001) and "Promiscuous," featuring Timbaland, and "Maneater" (both in 2006).

"Sticks" was remixed by StoneBridge and Damien Hall, Bimbo Jones and Manuel Riva and Cristian Poow, among others.

BASSNECTAR BOWS: Bassnectar debuts at No. 7 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums with Reflective Pt. III (3,000 equivalent album units), marking the DJ/producer's 12th top 10. With 2,000 copies sold, Reflective starts at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Album Sales, where he earns his fifth leader. The album is the third in a series, following the 2017 EPs Reflective (Part 1) (No. 5 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums) and Reflective, Part 2 (No. 8).

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