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Odesza, Justin Bieber & Adele Make Moves on Dance/Electronic Charts

Odesza scores a third nonconsecutive week at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated Nov. 28) in its 63rd week on the chart, rocketing 7-1 with In Return. Following three sold-out shows at New York’s Terminal 5 during the act’s In Return Tour, the duo (Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight) soars by 107 percent to 2,000 sold in the week ending Nov. 12, according to Nielsen Music.

In Return debuted at No. 1 Sept. 20, 2014 and led again Aug. 15. The set has spent 45 weeks in the top 10, second only to Lindsey Stirling’s Shatter Me (59 weeks) for the most time in the region since its debut.

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‘MEAN’ MOVE: On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Justin Bieber bops back to No. 1 for a fourth total week with “What Do You Mean?” (2-1). Bieber, who leads the Billboard Artist 100 for the first time (3-1), also banks his seventh Dance/Mix Show Airplay top 10 with “Sorry” (13-9). “Sorry” additionally starts at No. 33 on Dance Club Songs.

NEW TOP 10s: Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Drake drives into the top 10 for the first time as a lead act with “Hotline Bling” (14-8). The rapper reached the top 10 once before, as featured on Rihanna’s “What’s My Name?” (No. 3, 2011).

Canadian duo Adventure Club collects its first top 10 as “Crash 2.0” (credited to Adventure Club vs Dallask) lifts 11-10. The track marks the first Billboard chart action for Los Angeles based DJ Dallas Koehlke, aka DallasK.

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‘DRIVE’ TO No. 1: Speaking of Dance Club Songs, Duke Dumont notches his fifth No. 1, “Ocean Drive” (3-1). Since Dumont’s debut single, “Need U (100%)” (featuring A*M*E) hit No. 1 on Aug. 24, 2013, only Dave Aude has accumulated more leaders (six). Remixes from Michael Calfan, Hayden James and Alison Wonderland, among others, fueled Dumont’s domination.

ADELE REMIXED: Further down Dance Club Songs, Adele earns Hot Shot Debut honors with “Hello” (No. 28). A bevy of remixes, including by Pink Panda, Paul Damixie and EC Twins, have helped transform “Hello” from a ballad to a banger.

Adele looks to equal or surpass the success of her most recent and highest-peaking Dance Club Songs hit, “Skyfall” (No. 10, 2013).