Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Lost Kings, Madison Mars & DD Foxx

Nikko Lamare
Lost Kings

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

Lost Kings feat. Loren Gray, "Anti-Everything"

Los Angeles-based DJ duo Lost Kings, consisting of Robert Gainley (Robert Abisi) and Dr. No (Nick Shanholtz), commands its eighth entry on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart as "Anti-Everything" enters the list (dated Jan. 26) at No. 32. The track is also the first-ever Billboard entry for featured teen singer Loren Gray. The track's debut is powered by 1.1 million U.S. streams, as well as sales of 1,000 downloads, in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. With the latter figure, "Anti" also arrives at No. 19 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales.

 

Madison Mars feat. Maggie Szabo, "Home"

Estonian DJ/producer Madison Mars enjoys his inaugural Billboard chart action, rising 34-29 in his second frame on Dance/Mix Show Airplay with "Home." Also the initial chart appearance for featured singer Maggie Szabo, "Home" boasts airplay on core-dance affiliates, including iHeartRadio's Evolution network (as monitored on WFLZ-HD Tampa, Florida), Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel, and SiriusXM's BPM.

DD Foxx, "Need Your Love Tonight"

Dubai-based singer DD Foxx debuts at No. 42 on Dance Club Songs with "Need Your Love Tonight." It's the first Billboard appearance for Foxx, who hails from Beirut, Lebanon. The track was remixed by DJ Kue and Eric Kupper, among others. San Jose, California-based remixer Kue (real name: Michael Morales) tells Billboard, "It was super-fun working on this remix. Foxx's vocals really bounce in the song. It's blown me away the response it's gotten so far."

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