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post Sep 26 2017, 02:44 AM
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From the old to the new, HAIM take the top spot from Nelly Furtado this week with another album track/future single some of you might have heard me playing in plug lately. Nothing’s Wrong, already HAIM’s fourth top 10 from sophomore release Something To Tell You goes one better this week to give the ladies their first chart topper from the era. It was the first post-album release track that jumped out at me, and I’d say, a good pick for single #4 at some point. The track moves HAIM's usual midtempo pop rock sound into Americana-country influenced power pop with shades of the sound of Lady Antebellum and Wilson Phillips I've been really getting into this year. No kidding, this really feels like a soundtrack song from a classic movie. Furtado slips to #2 this week, Magic now matching the peak of Nelly’s first cut from the album, Cold Hard Truth. George Maple’s Hero is the only new entry in this week’s top 5, ascending this week from #13. You all might be seeing some more from her soon in an upcoming BJSC…

Brand new entries this week are fairly thinly spread through the chart, but star a good variety of different artists; Sia takes two - features, while others come from Tori Amos, Fifth Harmony (possibly a pair that don’t often come in the same breath), tyDi and Dev, plus re-entries for Little Big Town and Alayna.
All new entries will be getting individual video links and a bit of commentary later on in the week, so check back and that’ll save you having to search them out individually, I’ll update the thread title accordingly when those are done.

For now, the top 40 for this fourth week of September 2017:

01 HAIM - Nothing's Wrong [24-3-1]
02 Nelly Furtado - Magic [29-1-2]
03 Chase & Status ft. Emeli Sande - Love Me More [14-5-7-3]
04 George Maple - Hero [13-4]
05 Nerina Pallot - Man Didn't Walk on the Moon [25-2-2-4-5]
06 Lady Antebellum - Army [11-5-6]
07 Veela - Hang Up [26-8-7]
08 Fergie ft. Nicki Minaj - You Already Know [25-8]
09 Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do [27-24-9]
10 Lady Gaga ft. Florence - Hey Girl [12-10]
11 The XX - I Dare You [9-3-2-11]
12 Zayn ft. Sia - Dusk Till Dawn [N]
13 Pink - What About Us [24-5-1-1-6-13]
14 Giorgio Moroder ft. Marlene - I Do This For You [20-14]
15 Rebecca & Fiona - Money [25-22-15]
16 Black Kids - IFFY [33-16-16]
17 Tori Amos - Wildwood [N]
18 Stefflon Don ft. French Montana - Hurtin' Me [13-10-18]
19 Fyfe ft. Kimbra - Belong [15-15-31-19]
20 Tommy - Found Again [39-36-29-20]
21 Taya ft. Yxng Bane - When Ur Sober [19-15-21]
22 Hilltop Hoods ft. Sia - I Love It Restrung [N]
23 LissA ft. Philip Nolan - Some of Me [33-23]
24 Alayna ft. Astronomyy - Falling Autumn [35-28-X1-24]
25 Fifth Harmony - Angel [N]
26 Beth Ditto - We Could Run [36-26]
27 Busted - Out of Our Minds [16-27-27]
28 Emily Zeck - Two Cents (Ice Cream Song) [39-X2-18-8-28-28]
29 Rebecca & Fiona x Mwuana - Sayonara [21-29]
30 Dev - All I Wanna Do [N]
31 The Corrs - With Me Stay [34-31]
32 Niall Horan - Slow Hands [32-19-32]
33 Katy Perry ft. Nicki Minaj - Swish Swish [23-18-21-35-X6-23-33]
34 tyDi ft. Lola Rhodes - Beautiful War [N]
35 Preatures - Nite Machine [26-17-7-26-35]
36 Maroon 5 ft. SZA - What Lovers Do [40-36]
37 Matthew Dear ft. Tegan and Sara - Bad Ones [35-37]
38 RAC ft. MNDR - Unusual [16-9-18-38]
39 Yumi Zouma - Depths (Pt. I) [37-21-11-39]
40 Little Big Town - Lost in California [31-X4-22-10-X1-40]

#1s this year:
Fickle Friends – Brooklyn (2)
Dua Lipa – Be The One (3)
Ed Sheeran – Castle On the Hill (1)
Tal – Slow Down the Flow (1)
Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa – Scared To Be Lonely (2)
Katy Perry ft. Skip Marley – Chained To The Rhythm (2)
Calvin Harris ft. Frank Ocean + Migos – Slide (2)
Nicki Minaj ft. Drake + Lil Wayne – No Frauds (1)
Era Istrefi ft. Felix Snow – Redrum (2)
Chainsmokers ft. Jhené Aiko – Wake Up Alone (3)
Lady Gaga – The Cure (1)
Wale ft. Major Lazer, Dua Lipa + WizKid – My Love (1)
Syn Cole ft. Nevve – Sway (2)
Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan – There For You (1)
Little Mix ft. Stormzy – Power (2)
Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan – There For You (1)
Jax Jones ft. Demi Lovato + Stefflon Don – Instruction (1)
DJ Khaled ft. Rihanna + Bryson Tiller – Wild Thoughts (1)
The XX – Seasons Run (1)
Inna ft. Erick – Ruleta (1)
Lana Del Rey – Cherry (2)
DJ Cassidy ft. Grace + Lil Yachty – Honor (1)
Lana Del Rey ft. Stevie Nicks – Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems (1)
Pink – What About Us (2)
Nelly Furtado – Magic (1)
HAIM – Nothing’s Wrong (~)

Where can you see what I’m listening to? My spotify A-List playlist = {click here}

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post Sep 26 2017, 07:49 PM
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Hi Jupiter!

Not a big HAIM fan myself but they have made some good tracks so I'll be sure to give your #1 a listen

Heard that Taya song recently, quite nice! Think it could grow

Not too much I recognise hear, have added a few to a Spotify playlist kink.gif am liking the new Maroon 5 song tho!

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post Sep 27 2017, 07:24 AM
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Cheers Dobbo! Taya was a find, she has another good song too.

Yay, to be playlisted is what I'm here for biggrin.gif

Cheers for commenting and glad you liked biggrin.gif
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post Sep 27 2017, 08:08 AM
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Actually getting these new entries done in good time for once! That makes a change. Not so many new ones this week will make this a bit of a shorter section. This week's chart mainly has a lof movers with some new peaks giving us some nice new stats for the year. Ascending into this week's top 10, Fergie's Nicki Minaj collab You Already Know gives Minaj a 6th top 10 track for 2017, pushing her out of her tiebreak to be the artist with the most with Lana Del Rey, who's notched up 5. Also on this year's leaderboard; Dua Lipa with 4 including 3 #1s, HAIM also with 4, and Sia, Inna, London Grammar, Gaga, The XX, Calvin Harris, and Charli XCX with 3 respectively. Jhene Aiko, currently with 2, who surprise-dropped a 22-track album earlier this week is sure to soon join them in contention.

New-entries-wise, first up we have a double for Sia with a brand new song and a slightly older one I've come across a little late, both features (isn't that basically her M.O?)
Dusk Till Dawn is possibly Zayn's best song with a feature to date, easily surpassing the godawful Zaylor 50 Shades track that I'm glad both artists have now moved past, and the less said about that blip in Snakehips' discography, the better. Sia also appears on her native Aussie rappers' Hilltop Hoods' track I Love It - Restrung version, which lifts from the collective's 2016 orchestrally-rearranged re-release of their last studio album. It's one I came across when browsing the useful 'featured on' section on Sia's spotify profile, a great place to find lesser-known tracks our fave artists have done outwith their main output. I also used to listen to Hilltop Hoods back in 2013/14 so I was interested to hear what they'd been up to. Iggy Azalea eat your heart out.

Urban double here with new(ish) tracks from Dev and Fifth Harmony. Angel took a wee while to grow on me but debuts strongly this week at the peak previous single Down reached. I'm not a huge fan of the girls (as anyone who's seen me in their threads...or anywhere...will know), but the urban sound of this one is up my street. In a similar vein, another new track from Dev's long-delayed second studio album sneaks in this week; All I Wanna Do is her second album cut to chart following lead Come At Me. Both tracks follow-up Dev's appropriately-named 2016 chart topper, #1, featuring Nef the Paraoh.

And this week closes with two randoms that really, really don't otherwise go together. Jupiter's charts: diversity and multiculturality 2017. One thing that unites them is they both star artists I discovered in 2017, although they couldn't be more different. For anyone new to either, Tori Amos is a long-established singer now in her 50s who makes classically-influenced mellow alternative music. Her latest project has a sound of acoustic Goldfrapp and restrained Kate Bush to it. tyDi is much younger, and makes dance music - mainly trance, but has shifted with recent releases to more of a pop-influenced edm sound. Both are up my street, of course. Its good to see an artist evolve though, its one of the main reasons I follow the same people's careers.

Shockingly that is it for this week! As ever, comments and thoughts and all things nice (or not so nice, even) are very welcome biggrin.gif
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