The track is Gryffin’s second leader and Jepsen’s first. “OMG” was remixed by MOTi, Josh Le Tissier and Alphalove, among others.
Gryffin first topped the tally for a week this past February with “Remember,” with Zohara. The DJ first charted with his first top 10, “Love in Ruins” (featuring Sinead Harnett), which reached No. 6 in December 2017. Two weeks ago, he earned his first No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums with Gravity, which houses “OMG.”
Jepsen reigns in her fourth Dance Club Songs appearance. Her breakthrough smash, “Call Me Maybe,” hit No. 8 in 2012, as it was in its second of nine weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Prior to “OMG,” she scaled Dance Club Songs again with “Tonight I’m Getting Over You,” featuring Nicki Minaj (No. 23, 2013), and “I Really Like You” (No. 36, 2015).