Cam’s “Burning House” and Finish Ticket’s “Scavenger” move into an otherwise quiet top ten, but the most notable change comes just below: Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up And Dance” exits the top ten for the first time, in its fifty-eighth week on the chart. Charles Kelley scores the biggest mover title this week along with featured acts Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay, as “The Driver” vaults from last week’s debut position of #88 up to #36. One spot below, Martin Luke Brown is the highest debut with new single “Knife Edge.” Troye Sivan sneaks new song “Talk Me Down” into the top fifty as well. In the bottom half of the chart, Lauren Alaina, XYLØ, Bondax featuring Erik Hassle, and Wet enter, as does a re-entry from Finish Ticket.
The top ten rests fairly unchanged for another week, with Hunter Hunted and Robin Thicke featuring Nicki Minaj slipping into its lower reaches. Troye Sivan’s “Wild” is the week’s biggest mover, up 27 from last week’s #82 debut to #55. More notable are the debuts, led by Ellie Goulding’s Delirium lead single “On My Mind,” in at #24. Sara Bareilles isn’t far behind, launching “She Used To Be Mine” from the album What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress at #31. Joe Jonas-fronted band DNCE’s debut “Cake By The Ocean” and new Naughty Boy single “Runnin’ (Lose It All),” featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin, both enter within the top sixty. Below, additional debuts include new entries from Finish Ticket, BØRNS, Troye Sivan featuring Broods, XOV, CHVRCHES, and Great Good Fine OK.
Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Run Away With Me” makes it a sixth week at the top, as the rest of the top five holds steady. Just below, Walk The Moon holds at #6 with “Shut Up And Dance,” which enters its second year on the chart: having debuted on September 14, 2014, this is its 53rd week charting. Also notable: it has yet to leave the top ten, having debuted at #9 and ascended to #1 in twenty-one weeks.
Finish Ticket gets the two highest debuts this week, with “Color” in at #18 and “Scavenger” not far behind at #30, along with two more entries in the lower half of the chart. They beat out new tracks from Rachel Platten, Christine and the Queens featuring Tunji Ige, Pentatonix, and a pair each from Maddie & Tae, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Troye Sivan.