Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Yogi, Grandtheft & Delaney Jane and Tipper

"Blow You Up" by Yogi
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A scene from the video for Blow You Up by Yogi featuring AlunaGeorge and Less Is Moore.

Each week, Billboard Dance looks at songs & albums rising on Billboard's dance charts.

Yogi feat. AlunaGeorge & Less Is Moore, "Blow You Up"

Yogi scores his second entry on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Blow You Up," which starts at No. 44. The collaboration with AlunaGeorge and Less Is Moore has sold 2,000 downloads since its Nov. 11 release, according to Nielsen Music. In July 2015, Yogi, with Skrillex, Pusha T, Moody Good and Trollphace, reached No. 23 with "Burial."

Grandtheft & Delaney Jane, "Easy Go"

Grandtheft, teaming with singer Delaney Jane, debuts at No. 46 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Easy Go." It's the second chart hit for the DJ/producer, following "Mobbin," featuring Headspin, which reached No. 27 in September 2014. "Easy" marks Jane's first entry as a lead act and third trip to the chart overall; nearly a year ago, she reached No. 39 as the featured vocalist on Dzeko & Torres' remake of Gigi D'Agostino's "L'Amour Toujours" and in June she hit No. 24 on DVBBS and Shaun Frank's "La La Land" (No. 24).

Tipper, Flunked

Tipper (aka Dave Tipper) follows his 2014 album, Forward Escape, with EP Flunked, which debuts at No. 15 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums. As Forward reached No. 20, the four-track, instrumental Flunked becomes the producer/DJ's highest-peaking Billboard title yet.


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