Pharrell Williams Still Atop Hot 100; Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown Reach Top 10
Only once before had as many as five albums debuted in the top 10: Titles by The Chemical Brothers, Erasure, The Riddler & Vic Latino, M83. and Lemon Jelly did so (at Nos. 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8, respectively) on Feb. 12, 2005.
'TURN,' 'TURN,' 'TURN' ('TURN'): DJ Snake and Lil Jon, in their fourth consecutive week at No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, capture a triangle of chart honors with "Turn Down for What," the chart's top Airplay, Digital, and Streaming Gainer.
"Turn" tallies a 10th week at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs, with 120,000 sold (up 26 percent). The cut spends a third week at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs, garnering 4.5 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen BDS. On the airplay side, "Turn" travels 9-8 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay and cruises 38-23 on the all-format Radio Songs chart (44 million audience impressions, up 28 percent). On the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, it rises 8-7, reaching a new peak.
GUETTA'S 'BAD': David Guetta and Showtek shoot up Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Bad" (36-20). Featuring Vassy's vocals, it's the top debut on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs (No. 36, 4,000 downloads sold, up 45 percent), while posting a 202 percent streaming gain (264,000 U.S. streams, with 61% from Spotify).
Guetta's presence on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs is also evident on two other top 20 tracks, his own "Shot Me Down" (No. 15) and Afrojack's "Ten Feet Tall," (16-14), which Guetta remixed.
NOW THAT'S 'SOMETHING': A Great Big World hits No. 1 on Dance Club Songs with its first charted effort, "Say Something" (2-1). The song becomes the eighth leader for duet partner Christina Aguilera. Remixes (although not available commercially) by Marc Stout, Riddler and Bent Collective, among others, helped power "Something," a ballad in its original form, to the top.