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Kygo & DNCE Plant ‘Feet’ in Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Top 10

Plus, moves for Swedish House Mafia & Sting, Becky Hill & Galantis and Diplo & Miguel.

Kygo‘s “Dancing Feet,” featuring DNCE, steps onto Billboard‘s multimetric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated March 12) at No. 6. It’s the Norwegian DJ/producer’s 22nd top 10 (21 of which have begun in the region), the most among all acts dating to the chart’s January 2013 inception. The Chainsmokers and Calvin Harris follow with 19 top 10s each.

“Dancing Feet” is the first top 10 on the tally for the Joe Jonas-fronted DNCE.

Released Feb. 25, the track tallied 3 million U.S. streams, 2.6 million radio airplay audience impressions and 1,800 downloads in the week ending March 3, according to MRC Data. Concurrently, the collab debuts on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales (No. 3) and Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (No. 10).


Additionally on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Becky Hill and Galantis bow at No. 17 with “Run.” It’s Hill’s 12th visit and second-highest debut (after “Remember,” with David Guetta; No. 16, July 2021). The 33rd entry for Galantis, the track starts with 833,000 U.S. streams.

Staying with Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Swedish House Mafia and Sting enter at No. 20 with “Redlight.” The trio (Steve Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso) makes its sixth appearance and Sting adds his second. The song opens with 710,000 streams and 500 sold, as it also debuts at No. 15 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales.

The clubby track, for which Sting recorded new vocals, incorporates the hook of The Police’s classic “Roxanne,” which reached No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1979, marking the first of nine top 40 hits for the Sting-led trio.

On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Diplo and Miguel’s “Don’t Forget My Love” hits the top 10 (12-3) in just its second week on the survey. As Diplo notches his 11th top 10 and Miguel earns his first, the track wraps the quickest trip to the tier since Regard, Troye Sivan and Tate McRae’s “You” also needed only two frames (13-4) last May. “Forget” makes the fastest flight to the top three since Calvin Harris’ “My Way” in October 2016.

“Forget,” from Diplo’s eponymous album, released March 4, is drawing core-dance play on stations including Music Choice’s Dance/EDM channel and SiriusXM’s BPM and Diplo’s Revolution. (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 nearly 80 top 40-formatted reporters.)