Calvin Harris, Justin Timberlake, Halsey and Pharrell Williams score a top 10 debut on Billboard‘s multimetric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Aug. 20), as “Stay With Me” starts at No. 9. The track earned 3.9 million official U.S. streams and 310,000 in radio airplay audience and sold 1,200 downloads in the Aug. 5-11 tracking week, according to Luminate.
“Stay” marks the 20th top 10 for Harris, the third-most among all acts dating to the chart’s January 2013 inception. Harris also becomes only the third act to earn 20 or more top 10s, joining Kygo (23) and The Chainsmokers (22). “Stay” is the fourth top 10 on the tally for Williams, the second for Halsey and the first for Timberlake.
Concurrently, “Stay” debuts on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales (No. 9) and Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (No. 10). On the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, the song ranks at No. 32. “Stay” is from Harris’ LP Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2, which bows on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart (No. 12) and the Billboard 200 (No. 17) with 20,000 equivalent album units. Last month, the set’s “Potion,” with Dua Lipa and Young Thug, hit No. 16 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay.
‘Flame,’ ‘Hot’ on Fire: On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, KAYTRANADA and Anderson .Paak surge 50-21 with “Twin Flame.” The track, released in both vocal and instrumental incarnations Aug. 2, drew 1.3 million streams in its first full tracking week. It marks KAYTRANADA’s 15th entry and .Paak’s second and highest-charting.
Meanwhile, Tiesto notches his 16th Dance/Mix Show Airplay top 10 and Charli XCX adds her fifth with “Hot in It” (12-9). The collab is receiving core-dance play on Music Choice’s Dance/EDM channel, Channel Q and iHeartRadio’s Evolution Network, among others. (The Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on around 70 top 40-formatted reporters.) The single also rebounds 23-14 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, up 31% to 1.5 million streams. It debuted at its No. 10 high five weeks earlier.