David Guetta's '7' Debuts at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart
Plus, Kygo tops Dance Club Songs, Janet & Daddy Yankee hit the top 10.
David Guetta notches his third No. 1 on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated Sept. 29) with 7, bowing with 15,000 equivalent album units according to Nielsen Music. With 3,000 from traditional album sales, 7 starts at No. 2 on Dance/Electronic Album Sales.
On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Guetta gets his 12th top 10 with 7 single "Goodbye," with Jason Derulo and featuring Nicki Minaj and Willy William (13-10). Guetta ties The Chainsmokers for the second-most top 10s, after Calvin Harris' 16.
"Goodbye" rises with 9 million airplay audience impressions (up 14 percent), 4.5 million streams (up 51 percent) and 2,000 sold (up 20 percent).
Meanwhile, Guetta alter ego Jack Back jumps 48-38 on Dance Club Songs with "(It Happens) Sometimes." Released apart from the album, "Sometimes" is the second single to chart credited to Jack, following "Wild One Two," which hit No. 1 in May 2012 (and was credited as Jack Back featuring Guetta, Nicky Romero and Sia).
On the Dance Club Songs chart, Kygo commands his second leader with "Remind Me to Forget," featuring Miguel, who earns his first (2-1). The track sports remixes from Hook N Sling, Syn Cole and Kay Stafford, among others.
Also on Dance Club Songs, Janet and Daddy Yankee jump 14-6 with "Made for Now." Remixed by Eric Kupper, Dirty Disco, Dirty Werk and more, the collaboration is Miss Jackson's 34th top 10 (and Yankee's second) and first since her 19th No. 1, "Make Me," in January 2010. In the chart's 42-year history, only Madonna (60) and Rihanna (37) boast more top 10s.
If "Made" makes it to No. 1, Janet would become the fourth artist with at least 20 Dance Club Songs leaders, joining Madonna (46), Rihanna (33) and Beyoncé (22).