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‘Miss’ Is a Hit: Oliver Tree & Robin Schulz Debut on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart

Plus, moves for Elton John and Britney Spears, Doja Cat and Eliza Rose, and more.

Oliver Tree and Robin Schulz secure a top 10 debut on Billboard‘s multi-metric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Oct. 22) with “Miss You” at No. 10. It’s the first top 10 for Oliver Tree, who has notched 14 entries, including two top 10s, on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart, and the third for Schulz, following “Prayer in C,” with Lillywood (five weeks at No. 1, 2015), and “Sugar,” featuring Francesco Yates (No. 2, 2016).


“Miss You” manages nearly the entirety of its chart points from streaming, as it earned 2 million official streams in the U.S. in the Oct. 7-13 tracking week, according to Luminate. Concurrently, the track begins on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (No. 25), the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart (No. 93) and the Billboard Global 200 (No. 125).

Elton John and Britney Spears gain on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs in the wake of the Oct. 7 release of Joel Corry’s remix of “Hold Me Closer,” as the collab claims top Streaming Gainer honors (6.3 million streams, up 7%). The song, which ranks at No. 2 for a third straight frame after debuting at No. 1 (Sept. 10), also drew 32 million radio airplay audience impressions, up 13%, and sold 3,000 downloads, up 15%.

Additionally on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Alok locks in his eighth appearance, Sigala scores his 17th and Ellie Goulding earns her 11th with “All by Myself” (No. 42). The team-up, which tallied 489,000 streams, contains multiple musical elements of Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence,” the band’s 1990 crossover smash from its Violator album that served as the British new wave act’s sole Billboard Hot 100 top 10 (No. 8), topped the Alternative Airplay chart for three weeks and reached No. 6 on Dance Club Songs.

On Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Doja Cat adds her fourth top 10 with “Vegas” (15-10), thanks to strong mix show support. (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 around 70 top 40-formatted reporters.) Previously, she culled top 10 placements with “Say So” (12 weeks at No. 1, 2020), “Kiss Me More,” featuring SZA (No. 3, 2021), and “Get Into It (Yuh)” (No. 10, this July).

Plus, Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal bow on Dance/Mix Show Airplay with “B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All)” (No. 36), the initial appearance for each act. The song is lining up core-dance airplay on SiriusXM’s Diplo’s Revolution, Music Choice’s Dance/EDM channel and SiriusXM’s BPM, among other outlets. On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, “B.O.T.A.” holds at its No. 8 high, driven most prominently by 3.5 million streams.