As previously reported, Rihanna‘s “Work,” featuring Drake, scores a sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated April 9). Plus, Meghan Trainor ascends to the top 10 with her new single, “No,” which also takes over as the best-selling song in the U.S.
Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?
DJ Snake featuring Bipolar Sunshine, “Middle”
The collab climbs to the Hot 100’s top 20 (26-20) with across-the-board gains. It soars 30-16 on the Digital Songs chart, up by 64 percent to 46,000 downloads sold in the week ending March 24, according to Nielsen Music; 40-26 on Streaming Songs (7.1 million U.S. streams, up 26 percent); and 40-30 on Radio Songs (35 million audience impressions, up 13 percent).
The Chainsmokers featuring Daya, “Don’t Let Me Down”
The Chainsmokers notch their third top 40 Hot 100 hit and Daya, her second, with the song’s 54-31 charge. Streaming accounts for the greatest share of the chart points for the track, which lifts 44-36 on Streaming Songs (6.3 million, up 16 percent).
Iggy Azalea, “Team”
It’s a good week for Iggys on Billboard charts. While rocker Iggy Pop lands his first solo No. 1 on a ranking, rapper Azalea ignites on the Hot 100, where “Team” debuts at No. 42. The song starts driven by both sales, debuting on Digital Songs at No. 17 (37,000), and streams (4.5 million). Following the premiere of the song’s official video (March 31), it could surge, via streams, on the Hot 100 dated April 23.
Ariana Grande, “Be Alright”
Grande debuts a spot below Azalea on the Hot 100 (No. 43) with one of the songs she performed on NBC’s Saturday Night Live March 12. Sales drives its start, as it enters Digital Songs at No. 15 with 52,000. Click here for details on the second-week move of “Dangerous Woman,” the title track of her May 20 album (featuring both songs).
Dreezy featuring Jeremih, “Body”
After being featured in Billboard‘s Tomorrow’s Hits spotlight just three weeks ago, Dreezy makes her Hot 100 debut at No. 98. Urban radio is welcoming the Chicago native, as the track rises 18-17 on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay chart (up 6 percent in plays).