Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: One Bit & Noah Cyrus, Morgan Page, Ryan Brahms

Noah Cyrus, 2017
Ramona Rosales

Noah Cyrus photographed on Sept. 15, 2017 at Milk Studios in Los Angeles.

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

One Bit & Noah Cyrus, "My Way"

UK-based writer-producer duo One Bit (Joe Murphy and Jonty Howard), teaming with singer Noah Cyrus, debuts on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Jan. 20) at No. 45 with "My Way." With the song's official video released Jan. 8, "My" managed 341,000 U.S. streams in the tracking week ending Jan. 11, according to Nielsen Music, and has sold 1,000 downloads since its Nov. 24 release. One Bit's first Billboard chart appearance, "My" is the fourth Hot Dance/Electronic Songs hit for Cyrus, whose collaboration with Alan Walker and Digital Farm Animals, "All Falls Down," hangs at its No. 13 peak for a second frame.

Morgan Page feat. Stella Rio & Damon Sharpe, "Beautiful Disaster"

Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Morgan Page pounces to a new peak on Dance/Mix Show Airplay with "Beautiful Disaster," featuring Stella Rio and Damon Sharpe (39-33). The ninth chart hit for Page (a run which began with "The Longest Road," featuring Lissie, which reached No. 14 in 2008) marks the first Billboard chart action for Canadian singer-songwriter Rio. It's also the second appearance for L.A.-based producer Sharpe; previously, he was featured on Elephante's "Age of Innocence" (No. 31, February 2016). "Beautiful" banks 99 percent of its radio play from three core-dance stations: SiriusXM's BPM, WFLZ-HD Tampa, Florida (an iHeartRadio Evolution affiliate), and Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel.

Ryan Brahms, "Love Dealer"

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Brahms bumps 45-37 on Dance Club Songs with "Love Dealer." The New York native performed his first Billboard chart entry at WHTZ (Z100) New York's Dunkin' Donuts Iced Coffee Lounge Jan. 11. "Love" was remixed by Ralphi Rosario, TwoDB and Anthony Pisano, among others.


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