Sigala. and James Arthur’s “Lasting Lover” lifts 2-1 on Billboard‘s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Dec. 5).
The track, which was co-written by Lewis Capaldi, is each act’s first No. 1, with core-dance spins at airplay leaders SiriusXM’s BPM, WCPY Chicago and KMVQ-HD2 San Francisco, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
“Lover” is also Sigala.’s eighth total chart entry, dating to “Easy Love” (No. 16, 2015). The U.K. DJ/producer’s last three charted titles have gone top 10, with “Lover” preceded by “Wish You Well,” with Becky Hill (No. 5, August 2019), and “We Got Love,” with Ella Henderson (No. 2, this February).
Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Tate McRae rises 11-7 with “You Broke Me First.,” her first top 10 (as it holds at its No. 29 high on Pop Songs, up 5% in plays). Plus, Cash Cash collects its eighth top 10 with “Love You Now,” featuring Georgia Ku, who earns her third (18-9).
On the multimetric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, Cannons shoot to their first top 10 with “Fire for You” (11-10). The song by the Los Angeles trio earned 691,000 U.S. streams and sold 1,000 downloads in the tracking week. It also bullets at its best ranks on Alternative Airplay (No. 6) and Adult Alternative Songs (No. 29).
On a sad note, producer i_o, died Nov. 23 at age 30. He appears on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales at No. 22 (up from a nominal amount to nearly 500 sold in the week ending Nov. 26) with “Castles in the Sky,” a cover of Ian Van Dahl’s trance classic. The original, featuring Marsha, reached No. 91 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2001 and No. 33 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay in 2003. In September 2019, i_o’s collaboration with Grimes, “Violence,” hit No. 5 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales. In March, the track reached No. 19 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.