The Chainsmokers Surge to No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart With 'Sick Boy'

The Chainsmokers Surge to No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart With 'Sick Boy'


Plus, the duo’s new collab with Kelsea Ballerini goes high 10 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.

The Chainsmokers rating their third No. 1 on Streets Talkin's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated Oct. 6) with Sick Boy (Three-1). The assortment earned 11,000 equal album items, up 85 p.c, in line with Nielsen Music, aided by the addition of latest hit "This Feeling," that includes Kelsea Ballerini.

Sick reaches No. 1 in its 23rd chart week, finishing the fourth-longest ascent to the highest because the chart's July 2001 inception. Only The Postal Service's Give Up (65 weeks to No. 1, 2003-04), Disclosure's Settle (59 weeks, 2013-14) and Metro Station's Metro Station (36 weeks, 2007-08) took longer to guide.

The Chainsmokers' different No. 1s are Memories…Do Not Open (2017-18, for 46 weeks) and EP Collage (2016-17, 14 weeks).

With 1,000 copies offered in conventional album gross sales, Sick additionally zooms Eight-2 on Dance/Electronic Album Sales.

On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, The Chainsmokers chug 18-5 with "This Feeling." The track, that includes Ballerini's vocals, rises with 17,000 downloads offered and 5.Eight million U.S. streams in its first full monitoring week. "Feeling" is the duo's 13th high 10, second solely to Calvin Harris' 16 because the chart's January 2013 inauguration. It's the primary look for Ballerini, who boasts 4 Country Airplay No. 1s since her 2014 debut.

On Dance Club Songs, Greek-Australian singer VASSY (actual identify Vassy Karagiorgos) and New York native DJ Lodato (aka Salvatore Lodato) carry 2-1 with "Doomsday." VASSY's fifth topper and Lodato's second was remixed by Dan Thomas, Kue and Liam Keegan & Riddler, amongst others.

VASSY tells Streets Talkin, "I needed to place out 'Doomsday' at a time that made sense. After the lack of Avicii, all of it had us quiet in thought. The title of the track could sound darkish, however I would like it to hopefully assist folks, letting them know that you aren’t alone in your battle, that all of us have our darkish instances and, if we simply persevere by way of them, we will get to the opposite facet, generally even for the higher."

"You want your lows to have your highs," she continues. "I do consider rejections in life are merely redirections and may be optimistic. But you possibly can solely see that at instances after you undergo it, so simply hold in there and see. We all undergo it a way or one other, thus, the will to launch a file that speaks to that."