This Is What You Came For gives Calvin Harris second #1
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This Is What You Came For gives Calvin Harris second #1

June 4, 2016

Debuts for Twenty One Pilots, Selena Gomez and more!

A move of one spot for ‘This Is What You Came For’ has given Scottish DJ/producer Calvin Harris his second #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Harris first topped the chart with the collaboration with Disciples, ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ (#1 Aug. ’15). It’s Rihanna’s third #1 as a featured artist, following on from her two chart-toppers with Eminem: ‘Love The Way You Lie’ (#1 Jul. ’10) and ‘The Monster’ (#1 Nov. ’13).

In the week his second album, Skin, tops the Albums Chart, Flume picks up his second top five single with ‘Say It’ moving to #5. His first top five was with ‘Never Be Like You’ (#1 Feb. ’16).

Up three spots this week to #9, ‘Me Too’ becomes Meghan Trainor’s sixth top ten single and second from Thank You (#3 May ’16), following on from ‘No’ (#9 Apr. ’16).

Drake may have lost the #1 to Calvin Harris but his collaboration with Rihanna has moved up a further nine spots to #13 in its third week in the top 50.

The second single from last week’s #1 album has climbed 27 spots to #19 from last week’s debut position of #46. It’s one spot below the peak of previous single, ‘Dangerous Woman’ (#18 Apr. ’16).

There’s also big moves this week for Kungs Vs Cookin On 3 Burners’ ‘This Girl’ (up four to #23), Little Mix’s ‘Hair’ (up nine to #25), Cheat Codes & Kris Kross Amsterdam’s ‘Sex’ (up eight to #28) and Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood’s ‘The Fighter’ (up eleven to #33).

Debuts:

#29: Twenty One Pilots ‘Ride’ – The second top 50 single for American duo Twenty One Pilots. It’s the follow-up to their #2 ‘Stressed Out’ (Mar. ’16). Both singles come from the album Blurryface (#11 May ’15).

#36: Charlie Puth Feat. Selena Gomez ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ – Charlie Puth picks up his third ARIA Singles Chart entry as lead artist with ‘We Don't Talk Anymore’. It’s the third single to come from Puth’s debut album Nine Track Mind (#8 Feb. ’16), following on from ‘Marvin Gaye’ (#4 May ’15) and ‘One Call Away’ (#3 Feb. ’16).

#42: Flo Rida Feat. Jason Derulo ‘Hello Friday’ – Flo Rida picks up his second chart entry for 2015 with the Jason Derulo collaboration ‘Hello Friday’. The follow-up to ‘My House’ (#6 Mar. ’16) is the American rapper’s twenty-third top 50 single in Australia.

#43: Selena Gomez ‘Kill Em With Kindness’ – The fourth single from Selena Gomez’s second album Revival (#3 Oct. ’15), following on from ‘Good For You’ (#10 Aug. ’15), ‘Same Old Love’ (#33 Oct. ’15) and ‘Hands To Myself’ (#13 Feb. ’16).