Afrojack 2015

Afrojack on stage during the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards, from Miami, Florida at the BankUnited Center, University of Miami on April 30, 2015. 

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Afrojack adds his fourth top 10 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Aug. 22), as "SummerThing!" (featuring Mike Taylor) heats up 11-8. It's the second time the Dutch superstar DJ has charted as high as No. 8 as a lead act, following his first hit, "As Your Friend" (featuring Chris Brown), in March 2013 (shortly after the chart's Jan. 26 premiere that year).

"SummerThing!" sold 8,000 downloads in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music, while logging 679,000 U.S. streams (up 15 percent), following its Aug. 3 video launch. "SummerThing!" is one of Afrojack's two concurrent top 10s, marking his first such twofer, as he's featured (with Nicki Minaj and Bebe Rexha) on David Guetta's "Hey Mama," at No. 3 after spending 11 weeks at No. 1. "SummerThing!" also becomes Afrojack's fifth top 10 on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs (12-9) and seventh top 10 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay (11-10).

'ON' & ON: Afrojack isn't the only act enjoying multiple top 10 hits, as DJ Snake's "Lean On," with Major Lazer and featuring , tops Hot Dance/Electronic Songs for a fourth week and his joint effort with AlunaGeorge, "You Know You Like It," holds at No. 4. Minaj also boasts two top 10s this week, both via features. Like Afrojack, Minaj is featured on Guetta's "Hey Mama," as well as Madonna's "B**** I'm Madonna" (No. 10).

Meanwhile, Major Lazer continues to dominate other dance charts. Its album Peace Is the Mission returns to No. 1 for a second week on Top Dance/Electronic Albums (after debuting at the top on July 11) and "Lean On" spends a seventh week at the top of both Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay and a sixth week in the lead on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs.

GOOD 'OMEN': Disclosure builds with "Omen" (featuring Sam Smith), which reaches the Hot Dance/Electronic Dance Songs top five (7-5) in its second week, adding top Digital and Streaming Gainer honors. The collab sold 27,000 (up 22 percent), while capturing 2.5 million U.S. streams (up 444 percent). That's good for a No. 6 debut on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs. "Omen" also opens on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 64.

Disclosure's first hit, "Latch," also featuring Smith, spent four weeks at No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Dance Songs in August 2014.

NEW TOP 10s: On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, in addition to Afrojack's "SummerThing!," two other acts ascend to the top 10. Alesso notches his fourth top 10 with "Sweet Escape" (featuring Sirena) (14-8), while Selena Gomez also collects her fourth with "Good for You," featuring A$AP Rocky (16-9).

PUCKER UP: Nathan Sykes scores his first Dance Club Songs No. 1 as a soloist with "Kiss Me Quick" (2-1). As a member of British boy band The Wanted, Sykes hit No. 1 twice, with "Chasing the Sun" (July 2012) and "I Found You" (January 2013). Remixes from Jump Smokers, DiscoTech and Fred Falke, among others, helped Sykes plant "Kiss" at the summit. The track also shows its crossover appeal with a No. 40 debut on the Pop Songs radio airplay chart.