Lizzo achieves her second Dance/Mix Show Airplay leader, after “Truth Hurts,” which led the list for nine weeks beginning in September. (The 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.)
“Good,” remixed by Liam Keegan, BNDR and DJ Kue, among others, is Lizzo’s first topper on Dance Club Songs (after “Juice” reached No. 44 in March and “Truth Hurts” hit No. 19 in October).
The track concurrently rules the Pop Songs airplay chart for a second week and holds at its No. 3 high on the all-genre, multi-metric Billboard Hot 100.
Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, three songs soar into the top 10, led by Steve Aoki‘s “Let It Be Me,” featuring Backstreet Boys (17-4). The collab marks Aoki’s third top 10 and BSB’s first on the survey.
VASSY vaults 13-5 with “Trouble,” her fifth top 10 and highest-charting entry yet, a distinction previously held by “Concrete Heart” (with Disco Fries; No. 7 in June) and her initial hit, “Bad” (by David Guetta and Showtek featuring VASSY; No. 7, 2014).
Additionally, Italian producers Meduza, English singer Becky Hill and British producers GOODBOYS cruise 14-6 with “Lose Control,” the second top 10 for all three acts. On the multi-metric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, “Control” hits a new No. 9 best.
Further on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, David Guetta, Danish DJ/producer MORTEN and English singer Raye share the chart’s highest debut with “Make It to Heaven” at No. 19. Raye’s sixth entry and MORTEN’s second is Guetta’s record-breaking 43rd, as the French DJ/producer passes the late Avicii’s 42, dating to the chart’s January 2013 inception.
“Heaven” earned 999,000 U.S. streams and sold 1,000 downloads in the week ending Nov. 28, according to Nielsen Music, also good for a No. 10 entrance on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales.