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post Mar 1 2018, 06:20 PM
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Friday 2nd March 2018

Last week's top 5:

Singles
01 01 05 Drake ~ God's Plan
02 02 05 Rudimental ~ These Days (feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplan)
03 04 08 Dua Lipa ~ IDGAF
04 06 30 Portugal. The Man ~ Feel It Still
05 11 07 Kendrick Lamar and SZA ~ All The Stars

Albums
01 01 09 Motion Picture Cast Recording ~ The Greatest Showman
02 02 51 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷
03 11 38 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
04 12 54 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Human
05 14 06 Camila Cabello ~ Camila

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Drake looks like he won't be moving from the top even after 6 weeks



Rudimental Featuring Jess Glynne and Macklemore and Dua Lipa may complete a static top 3



New entries may come from Post Malone Featuring Ty Dolla $ign, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Sigala Featuring Paloma Faith, George Ezra and Hardy Caprio

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2 months on top for The Greatest Showman soundtrack- can nothing move it?



Ed Sheeran and Dua Lipa could all retain their top 3 placings from last week

Have a chat and enjoy the chart as it unfolds here between 3 and 4 biggrin.gif

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post Mar 1 2018, 06:21 PM
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Retro Top 10 - 2nd March

2017



1- SHAPE OF YOU- Ed Sheeran (144,385)
2- SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS- Coldplay & The Chainsmokers (62,661)
3- CASTLE ON THE HILL- Ed Sheeran (50,060)
4- HUMAN- Rag N Bone Man (48,883)
5- CHAINED TO THE RHYTHM- Katy Perry Featuring Skip Marley (48,055)
6- BIG FOR YOUR BOOTS- Stormzy (39,541)
7- IT AIN’T ME- Kygo Featuring Selena Gomez (33,466)
8- YOU DON’T KNOW ME- Jax Jones Featuring RAYE (33,168)
9- PARIS- The Chainsmokers (29,625)
10- SLIDE- Calvin Harris Featuring Frank Ocean & Migos (27,980)


2013



1- MIRRORS- Justin Timberlake (85,918)
2- POMPEII- Bastille (72,314)
3- ONE WAY OR ANOTHER (TEENAGE KICKS)- One Direction (68,056)
4- THRIFT SHOP- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft Wanz (56,841)
5- I COULD BE THE ONE- Avicii Vs Nicky Romero (45,883)
6- I KNEW YOU WERE TROUBLE- Taylor Swift (45,569)
7- WHEN I WAS YOUR MAN- Bruno Mars (45,049)
8- HARLEM SHAKE- Baauer (40,010)
9- RELOAD- Wiley Ft Chip & Ms D (35,979)
10- JUST GIVE ME A REASON- P!nk Ft Nate Ruess (29,362)



2008



1- MERCY- Duffy (72,724)
2- WHAT’S IT GONNA BE- H Two O Feat Platinum (40,937)
3- ROCKSTAR- Nickelback (27,406)
4- NOW YOU’RE GONE- Basshunter (21,798)
5- WOW- Kylie Minogue (19,429)
6- CHASING PAVEMENTS- Adele (17,322)
7- DON’T STOP THE MUSIC- Rihanna (16,242)
8- STOP AND STARE- One Republic (16,091)
9- SUN GOES DOWN- David Jordan (15,659)
10- WORK- Kelly Rowland (12,925)


2003



1- BEAUTIFUL- Christina Aguilera (59,500)
2- BOYS OF SUMMER- DJ Sammy (41,000)
3- ALL THE THINGS SHE SAID- t.A.T.u (32,000)*
4- MOVE YOUR FEET- Junior Senior (28,000)*
5- KEEP ME A SECRET- Ainsley Henderson (24,000)*
6- CRY ME A RIVER- Justin Timberlake (19,000)*
7- HERE IT COMES AGAIN- Mel C (18,000)*
8- I CAN’T BREAK DOWN- Sinead Quinn (15,000)*
9- STOLE- Kelly Rowland (13,000)*
10- LOSE YOURSELF- Eminem (12,000)*



1998



1- FROZEN- Madonna (196,604)
2- MY HEART WILL GO ON- Celine Dion (140,000)
3- BRIMFUL OF ASHA- Cornershop (106,000)
4- THE BALLAD OF TOM JONES- Space with Cerys Matthews (84,000)*
5- TRULY MADLY DEEPLY- Savage Garden (55,000)*
6- DOCTOR JONES- Aqua (47,000)*
7- HOW DO I LIVE?- Le Ann Rimes (43,000)*
8- SHOW ME LOVE- Robyn (37,000)*
9- BE ALONE NO MORE- Another Level (35,000)*
10- WHO AM I- Beenie Man (32,000)*


Sales courtesy of MW. *denotes an estimate- thanks to Gezza
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Movement | This Week | Last Week | Total Weeks | Artist | Title






01 01 05 Rudimental feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen - These Days
02 02 07 Liam Payne & Rita Ora - For You
03 03 27 Portugal. The Man - Feel It Still
04 05 11 Camila Cabello - Never Be the Same
05 08 05 Drake - God's Plan





01 01 05 Drake - God's Plan
02 03 05 Rudimental feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen - These Days
03 05 07 Kendrick Lamar & SZA - All the Stars
04 02 12 Ramz - Barking
05 04 08 Dua Lipa - IDGAF
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post Mar 2 2018, 02:05 PM
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Afternoon all! biggrin.gif As always, NO SPOILERS please!

Remember the chart is from 3 to 4 today, I don't know which format they'll use but it's a shame it's a condensed chart when we might have a solid amount of new entries. Hoping 5SOS can be as high as possible biggrin.gif
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I swear whenever there is going to be a decent amount of new entries it's presented in a condensed format :')
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2- POMPEII- Bastille (72,314)

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QUOTE(Jack @ Mar 2 2018, 02:06 PM) *
I swear whenever there is going to be a decent amount of new entries it's presented in a condensed format :')

The annoying thing is that Greg's "Gregathlon" has been cancelled too, so it's not even necessary but they seem to be going ahead with the shorter chart anyway laugh.gif
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I just hope they play all of the new entries but they'll probably skip most of those in favour of playing the entire top ten. drama.gif
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QUOTE(danG @ Mar 2 2018, 02:12 PM) *
I just hope they play all of the new entries but they'll probably skip most of those in favour of playing the entire top ten. drama.gif


They usually play the entire top 10 in 45 minutes, since we get an extra 15 minutes, we might just get a few new entries played in the bottom end of the chart
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As a sidenote, I don't think the full charts on OCC will be updated at 4pm, as they are usually available from 5:45pm noting the countdown on their official site to the next full chart revealed. And sales reports will be as usual I suppose from 6pm from Music Week.
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QUOTE(SevenSeize @ Mar 2 2018, 02:06 PM) *
2- POMPEII- Bastille (72,314)

what.a.moment. heart.gif

It really was! Those sales would probably be enough for #1 this week too sad.gif

Think this is the first time I can actually listen to the chart this year, at home due to snow... And it has to be a condensed chart! laugh.gif
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Afternoon all hi.gif really hope that we'll hear all the new entries today because I'm loving 5 Seconds of Summer's new one!

Retro top 3s:

2017
01. Calvin Harris feat. Frank Ocean & Migos - 'Slide'
02. Stormzy - 'Big For Your Boots'
03. Katy Perry feat. Skip Marley - 'Chained To The Rhythm'

I'm still so pleased that 'Slide' managed to scrape into the top 10 last year, I love it so much *.* I was really losing faith in Calvin Harris' material but this one pulled me back in and it's one of my favourite songs of his now. Frank Ocean absolutely owns it with his smooth vocals in particular <3 then 'Big For Your Boots' really helped me to get into Stormzy after I didn't really get 'Shut Up' at the time (it would later grow on me) - absolute banger! His success in the last year has been phenomenal, the BRITS recently being a shining example of that in particular.

2013
01. Taylor Swift - 'I Knew You Were Trouble.'
02. Justin Timberlake - 'Mirrors'
03. Bastille - 'Pompeii'

'Mirrors' was such a stellar single from Justin! I was a fan of 'Suit & Tie' as well (which I remember getting a bit of a lukewarm reception on here at the time oops) but this one was even better, he was on fire during that era. 'Tunnel Vision' deserved the massive success of those two as well tbh! Also it feels crazy that 'Pompeii' is already 5 years old ohmy.gif that Bastille era was fab (especially 'Flaws') but then I didn't really care for the following era at all. I have been back on board with 'I Know You' at least!

2008
01. Basshunter - 'Now You're Gone'
02. Nickelback - 'Rockstar'
03. David Jordan - 'Sun Goes Down'

2003
01. Junior Senior - 'Move Your Feet'
02. Eminem - 'Lose Yourself'
03. Justin Timberlake - 'Cry Me A River'

ALL-TIME FAVE alert in the form of 'Move Your Feet' *.* -summons Jordan- kink.gif such a euphoric and vibrant song, truly one of a kind wub.gif I adore the pixelated video as well with the squirrel, it is one of the earliest memories I have of seeing music videos on the TV!

1998
01. Madonna - 'Frozen'
02. Cornershop - 'Brimful of Asha'
03. Celine Dion - 'My Heart Will Go On'

20 years since Madonna's best song was released wub.gif 'Frozen' is just stunning, I am a total sucker for ambient William Orbit production and Madge really shines on the vocals as well. I was recently reminded of how good it was when it popped up on Dancing On Ice *.* much love for 'Brimful of Asha' as well <3
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Missed the top 40 this week?

Alexandra Burke
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The Truth Is | 2018



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Released: 23rd February 2018
Label: Decca Records


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Biography

Proving the old adage "If at first you don't succeed...," soul singer Alexandra Burke emerged victorious as the winner of the fifth season of The X-Factor, three years after being rejected by the same show. Born in Islington, London in 1988, the daughter of ex-Soul II Soul vocalist Melissa Bell began singing at an early age. At 12, she entered the BBC talent show Star for a Night, but lost out in the final to a then-unknown Joss Stone. After leaving school, Burke concentrated on pursuing a career in the music industry, performing at various clubs and touring with Young Voices, a choir that raised money for children with leukemia. In 2005, she auditioned for the second series of The X-Factor, where she made it to the final seven of her category, only narrowly missing out on a place in mentor Louis Walsh's top three. In 2008, she entered the series again, but this time impressed new judge Cheryl Cole enough to be chosen for the live shows.

A major contender from the outset, Burke never appeared in the bottom two and, after several shock eliminations, became the red-hot favorite to win the series. Thanks to a stunning duet with Beyoncé and a soulful rendition of the Leonard Cohen classic "Hallelujah," Burke beat fellow finalists JLS and Eoghan Quigg to become the show's second female winner, with 58-percent of the vote. "Hallelujah," her debut single, became the Christmas number one single just one week later, selling 576,000 copies in its first seven days and setting a record as the fastest-selling single by a solo female artist. Overcome, her debut album, was released in the U.K. the following October. Its lead single, "Bad Boys," featuring Flo Rida, topped her country's singles chart. In 2012, Burke returned with her sophomore effort, Heartbreak on Hold featuring the single, "Elephant." That December, she also delivered her first holiday-themed release, the Christmas Gift EP.

Over the next year, Burke continued to work on new material, issuing the digital-only #NewRules EP before securing herself the lead role in the West End production of The Bodyguard. Although the show finished its run in London, the production went on a U.K. tour for the next two years, with Burke continuing her role as Rachel Marron. A cast recording which featured her vocals was released in 2015. Continuing in musical theater, she also landed the lead role of Deloris Van Cartier in the production of Sister Act: The Musical, which toured the U.K. until 2017. Later that year, she took part in the BBC dance series Strictly Come Dancing, eventually tying for second place. Although her recording career had taken a back seat, Burke returned to the studio to record her third album, The Truth Is. The deeply personal collection -- which she co-wrote -- was released at the beginning of 2018.
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Top 100 Chart History

2008 01 Hallelujah -1- MILLION SELLER
2009 01 Bad Boys (Alexandra Burke feat. Flo Rida) -2-
2009 04 All Night Long (Alexandra Burke feat. Pitbull) -4-
2009 16 The Silence -6-
2009 08 Broken Heels -3-
2010 01 Start Without You (Alexandra Burke feat. Laza Morgan) -5-
2012 03 Elephant (Alexandra Burke feat. Erick Morillo) -1-
2012 33 Let It Go -2-
2018 xx Shadow -1-


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David Guetta, Martin Garrix & Brooks
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Enough dance-music adrenaline to blow the club’s speakers. - iTunes

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Label: SPJ Productions


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David Guetta
France's David Guetta belongs to the sparkling wave of DJs who combine Daft Punk's sleek house music with a pinch of electroclash's punch. Guetta had been DJ'ing around France playing popular tunes, but his brain was particularly rewired in 1987 when he heard a Farley Jackmaster Funk track on French radio. He taped the track, brought a copy to a gig, and promptly cleared the floor with it during one of his own sets. Things loosened up a year later when acid house came to France and Guetta successfully promoted his own club nights. It was during one of those nights in 1992 that he met Robert Owens, a Chicago-based house legend who was touring across Europe at the time. Guetta played Owens some of his own tracks, and Owens picked one he liked enough to sing over. The result was "Up and Away," a minor hit that lurked in garage DJ crates for the next four years.

Guetta's carefree attitude -- that he only produces good music while he's having casual fun -- kept the DJ from releasing anything until 2001's "Just a Little More Love." The track featured American gospel singer Chris Willis, who met Guetta while on vacation in France. Another slow burner, "Just a Little More Love," kept popping up in sets for the next two years, first in an electro version and later in a pumped-up Wally Lopez remix. During this time, Guetta snuck out a bootleg remix of David Bowie's "Heroes," retitled "Just for One Day." Bowie gave the go-ahead to release the track officially, and Guetta soon had a massive hit on his hands. Guetta featured the liberated boot on his first mix CD, f*** Me I'm Famous, named after Guetta's successful Ibiza-based party.

The fun-loving slacker DJ finally got around to releasing a collection of his own productions in 2004, Just a Little More Love on Astralwerks. Guetta Blaster arrived that same year, followed by Poplife in 2007. Chris Willis sang lead vocals on the latter album, which spun off multiple dance singles in multiple countries. f*** Me I'm Famous: International, Vol. 2 was then released in July 2008, giving listeners a taste of the stylish sounds that orchestrated Guetta's summer club events in Ibiza. A year later he released One Love, a platinum-selling album featuring the singles "When Love Takes Over" with Kelly Rowland, "Sexy Bitch" with Akon, and "Gettin' Over" with Chris Willis.

In 2010, Guetta received five nominations at the 52nd Grammy Awards, two of them related to the One Love album and the other three for his work on the Black Eyed Peas' massive worldwide hit "I Gotta Feeling." That same year, One Love was reissued as One More Love, featuring a bonus disc of remixes and new tracks. A superstar guest list -- featuring Akon, Lil Wayne, Flo Rida, Usher, Chris Brown, and others -- would figure into his 2011 release, Nothing But the Beat, but this time the DJ's songwriting was inspired by dramatic rock bands like Coldplay. In 2014, Guetta released three singles on his own Jack Back label, all of which were rounded up on that year's Lovers on the Sun EP. Later that year Guetta released his sixth studio album, Listen. Perhaps as a reaction to inadvertently finding himself a sort of unofficial godfather to the burgeoning EDM movement, the album saw him branching out of his electro-house comfort zone, experimenting with elements of hip-hop, alternative rock, R&B, and acoustic instrumentation, and featuring guest artists as diverse as Nicki Minaj, Emeli Sandé, Sia, the Script, and Ladysmith Black Mambazo. In 2015, the LP was reissued as Listen Again with new songs and remixes added to the track list, including "Bang My Head" featuring Fetty Wap and Sia.
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Martin Garrix
Part of the explosion of Dutch EDM DJs who emerged during the 2012-2013 season, Martin Garrix kicked off his career in a high-profile way, first landing on the dance charts with his 2012 remix of Christina Aguilera's "Your Body." Born Martijn Garritsen, the then-16-year-old DJ spent 2012 remixing Aguilera, signing with Spinnin' Records, and releasing the "BFAM" single in collaboration with Julian Jordan. In 2013 he released his solo single, "Animals," which hit number one in the U.K. and reached the Top Ten in eight other countries.

The following year was a busy one: early in 2014, "Wizard" (featuring Jay Hardway) charted Top Ten across Europe, and "Helicopter" (featuring Firebeatz) did nearly as well. His Gold Skies EP rounded up those tracks, adding two more charting songs: "Tremor" (featuring Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike) and the title track (featuring Sander van Doorn and DVBBS). Garrix also found time to perform and mix the world over, climbing as high as number four in DJ Magazine's Top 100 list. He also worked on new material with artists ranging from Afrojack to Ed Sheeran.

In early 2015, experiments in progressive house led to the release of "Forbidden Voices," which he quickly followed with the Usher-assisted "Don't Look Down." Garrix's busy year continued as he collaborated on singles with Ed Sheeran, Avicii, Tiësto, and later, the Break Through the Silence EP with Russian DJs Matisse & Sadko. After splitting with Spinnin' Records, Garrix launched his own STMPD RCRDS label, which he inaugurated with the single "Now That I've Found You" in March 2016. Months later, it was announced that Garrix had inked a deal with Sony Music International. By year's end, he was named DJ Mag's top DJ in the world.

In addition to "In the Name of Love," his 2016 multiplatinum hit single with Bebe Rexha, Garrix scored another hit with 2017's "Scared to Be Lonely," a collaboration with Dua Lipa.
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Brooks
Pioneering his own blend of electronic dance music over the past two years, Dutch producer Brooks has carved a solid name for himself with a selection of outstanding originals and remixes which have caught the world’s attention. Brooks has managed to stand out from the masses and gain increasing recognition with his innovative style of rhythmic electro house and melodic future house.

Alongside his clear production talent, Brooks’ ability to showcase a stellar performance on-stage has earned him a reputation as one of electronic music’s most heterogenous DJ’s. From Europe to Asia, Africa and beyond, the producer is maintaining a lasting impression on a global scale. Having performed at World Club Dome and Ushuaia Ibiza and with plenty more on his plate for 2018, expect to see Brooks showcasing more of his eclectic form of dance music with wide-reaching appeal.

With artists like Martin Garrix championing Brooks as one of their favourite DJ’s for the coming months and beyond, it’s evident that this is one young producer who is destined to make a prominent mark on the electronic dance music scene.
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Top 100 Chart History

David Guetta
2002 46 Love, Don't Let Me Go (David Guetta feat. Chris Willis) -1-
2003 73 Just For One Day (Heroes) (David Guetta vs. Bowie) -2-
2003 19 Just A Little More Love (David Guetta feat. Chris Willis) -3-
2004 78 Stay -1-
2005 49 The World Is Mine (David Guetta feat. JD Davis) -2-
2006 03 Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away) (David Guetta vs. The Egg) -1-
2007 09 Love Is Gone (David Guetta feat. Chris Willis) -2-
2007 50 Baby When The Light (David Guetta feat. Cozi) -3-
2008 84 Tomorrow Can Wait (David Guetta & Joachim Garraud) -4-
2009 68 Everytime We Touch (David Guetta & Chris Willis with Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso) -5-
2009 01 When Love Takes Over (David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland) -1-
2009 01 Gettin' Over You (David Guetta & Chris Willis feat. Fergie & LMFAO) -5-
2009 01 Sexy Bitch (David Guetta feat. Akon) -2-
2009 92 I Wanna Go Crazy (David Guetta feat. will.i.am) -AT-
2009 88 GRRRR -NAS-
2009 46 One Love (David Guetta feat. Estelle) -3-
2010 15 Memories (David Guetta feat. Kid Cudi) -4-
2010 09 Commander (Kelly Rowland feat. David Guetta)
2010 01 Club Can't Handle Me (Flo Rida feat. David Guetta)
2010 06 Who's That Chick? (David Guetta feat. Rihanna) -6-
2011 04 Sweat (Snoop Dogg vs. David Guetta)
2011 03 Where Them Girls At (David Guetta feat. Flo Rida & Nicki Minaj) -1-
2011 06 Little Bad Girl (David Guetta feat. Taio Cruz & Ludacris) -2-
2011 01 Titanium (David Guetta feat. Sia) -4- MILLION SELLER
2011 90 Lunar (David Guetta & Afrojack) -PS-
2011 35 Night Of Your Life (David Guetta feat. Jennifer Hudson) -PS-
2011 06 Without You (David Guetta feat. Usher) -3-
2011 08 Turn Me On (David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj) -5-
2011 96 Crank It Up (David Guetta feat. Akon) -AT-
2012 05 LaserLight (Jessie J feat. David Guetta)
2012 18 I Can Only Imagine (David Guetta feat. Chris Brown & Lil Wayne) -6-
2012 08 She Wolf (Falling To Pieces) (David Guetta feat. Sia) -7-
2012 06 Play Hard (David Guetta feat. Ne-Yo & Akon) -9-
2012 36 Right Now (Rihanna feat. David Guetta)
2012 41 Rest Of My Life (Ludacris feat. Usher & David Guetta)
2012 20 Just One Last Time (David Guetta feat. Taped Rai) -8-
2014 04 Shot Me Down (David Guetta feat. Skylar Grey) -1-
2014 22 Bad (David Guetta & Showtek feat. Vassy) -2-
2014 01 Lovers On The Sun (David Guetta feat. Sam Martin) -3-
2014 05 Dangerous (David Guetta feat. Sam Martin) -4-
2014 06 What I Did For Love (David Guetta feat. Emeli Sandé) -5-
2015 09 Hey Mama (David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack) -6-
2015 18 Bang My Head (David Guetta feat. Sia & Fetty Wap) -7-
2016 16 This One's For You (David Guetta feat. Zara Larsson) -NAS-
2016 24 Shed A Light (Robin Schulz, David Guetta & Cheat Codes) -NAS-
2017 64 Light My Body Up (David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne) -NAS-
2017 05 2U (David Guetta feat. Justin Bieber) -NAS-
2017 59 Versace On The Floor (Bruno Mars vs. David Guetta)
2017 35 Dirty Sexy Money (David Guetta & Afrojack feat. Charli XCX & French Montana) -NAS-
2017 81 So Far Away (Martin Garrix & David Guetta feat. Jamie Scott & Romy Dya)
2018 75 Mad Love (Sean Paul & David Guetta feat. Becky G)
2018 xx Like I Do (David Guetta, Martin Garrix & Brooks) -NAS-

Martin Garrix
2013 01 Animals -NAS-
2014 07 Wizard (Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway) -NAS-
2014 30 Tremor (Dimitri Vegas, Martin Garrix & Like Mike) -NAS-
2014 49 Gold Skies (Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix & DVBBS feat. Aleesia) -NAS-
2015 09 Don't Look Down (Martin Garrix feat. Usher) -NAS-
2016 09 In The Name Of Love (Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha) -NAS-
2017 14 Scared To Be Lonely (Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa) -NAS-
2017 40 There For You (Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan) -NAS-
2017 81 So Far Away (Martin Garrix & David Guetta feat. Jamie Scott & Romy Dya) -NAS-
2018 xx Like I Do (David Guetta, Martin Garrix & Brooks) -NAS-

Brooks
2018 xx Like I Do (David Guetta, Martin Garrix & Brooks) -NAS-


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Slide featuring Nicki Minaj & Migos? kink.gif

Looking to be a fairly boring chart this week really, how come it’s a condensed chart & earlier?
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Retro faves!

2017:
2- SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS- Coldplay & The Chainsmokers (62,661)
3- CASTLE ON THE HILL- Ed Sheeran (50,060)
4- HUMAN- Rag N Bone Man (48,883)
5- CHAINED TO THE RHYTHM- Katy Perry Featuring Skip Marley (48,055)
8- YOU DON’T KNOW ME- Jax Jones Featuring RAYE (33,168)

2013:
1- MIRRORS- Justin Timberlake (85,918)
2- POMPEII- Bastille (72,314)
4- THRIFT SHOP- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft Wanz (56,841)
5- I COULD BE THE ONE- Avicii Vs Nicky Romero (45,883)
6- I KNEW YOU WERE TROUBLE- Taylor Swift (45,569)
10- JUST GIVE ME A REASON- P!nk Ft Nate Ruess (29,362)

2008:
1- MERCY- Duffy (72,724)
2- WHAT’S IT GONNA BE- H Two O Feat Platinum (40,937)
4- NOW YOU’RE GONE- Basshunter (21,798)
5- WOW- Kylie Minogue (19,429)
7- DON’T STOP THE MUSIC- Rihanna (16,242)
9- SUN GOES DOWN- David Jordan (15,659)
10- WORK- Kelly Rowland (12,925)

2003:
1- BEAUTIFUL- Christina Aguilera (59,500)
2- BOYS OF SUMMER- DJ Sammy (41,000)
3- ALL THE THINGS SHE SAID- t.A.T.u (32,000)*
4- MOVE YOUR FEET- Junior Senior (28,000)*
5- KEEP ME A SECRET- Ainsley Henderson (24,000)*
6- CRY ME A RIVER- Justin Timberlake (19,000)*
7- HERE IT COMES AGAIN- Mel C (18,000)*
8- I CAN’T BREAK DOWN- Sinead Quinn (15,000)*
9- STOLE- Kelly Rowland (13,000)*
10- LOSE YOURSELF- Eminem (12,000)*

1998:
1- FROZEN- Madonna (196,604) wub.gif wub.gif
3- BRIMFUL OF ASHA- Cornershop (106,000)
4- THE BALLAD OF TOM JONES- Space with Cerys Matthews (84,000)*
5- TRULY MADLY DEEPLY- Savage Garden (55,000)*
6- DOCTOR JONES- Aqua (47,000)*
7- HOW DO I LIVE?- Le Ann Rimes (43,000)*
8- SHOW ME LOVE- Robyn (37,000)* biggrin.gif
9- BE ALONE NO MORE- Another Level (35,000)*
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post Mar 2 2018, 02:54 PM
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I'll be tuning in today. Shame it looks like it's only on for an hour but for an understandable reason considering what Greg has been up too this week. Well done Greg!!
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post Mar 2 2018, 02:55 PM
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QUOTE(Dexton @ Mar 2 2018, 02:53 PM) *
Looking to be a fairly boring chart this week really, how come it’s a condensed chart & earlier?

Greg's been doing his "Gregathlon" for Sport Relief this week, it's been cancelled now due to the snow but the chart was moved to 3pm so Greg's show could happen as normal.
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Also heart.gif at that 2013 Top 2, possibly two of my all time favs tbh (in terms of artists and songs laugh.gif)
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QUOTE(JosephSprayberry @ Mar 2 2018, 02:48 PM) *
[color=#FF0000]Missed the top 400 this week?

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