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> Hiya Luv's personal chart #9: w/e 21.3.19, Boasty about higher states
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post Mar 21 2019, 07:36 PM
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Jessie Ware retains the top spot for another week, with just one stream seperating Adore You from chart runner-up BABY. Wiley and pals enjoy a huge 37-place leap into the Top 3, with Sam Fender's Hypersonic Missiles shooting up a further 12 places as it continues its potential rise to the chart summit. Last weeks #2 is this week's #9 as Foals' other former silver medalist Exits finally, erm, exits the Top 40, only for the long-running Oxford combo to instantly replace it with new album cut In Degrees, which would appear to be the next official single.

There's a 23-place jump for the banging Sirens from Icarus, with Krystal Klear's Euphoric Dreams also pounding furiously on the top ten door. Sundara Karma's surprisingly infectious Higher States is the highest new entry, despite most of the R1-backed Reading band's previous singles having gone in one ear and straight out the other, and Robyn scores a #23 entry thanks to the Metronomy-produced Ever Again. Fisher's Ya Kidding makes a strong start at #30, and Two Door Cinema Club's very welcome comeback single Talk sneaks in at #35 after just four days of streams. Meduza's atmospheric and somewhat nostalgic club stormer Piece of Your Heart also creeps into the lower echelons of the Top 40, whilst Friendly Fires' new cover of cult house classic Lack of Love is straight in at #38 with a view to rising much higher over coming weeks.

A new chart rule I just invented means Giant actually goes up the charts in spite of all other nine-weekers slipping out of the fake hit parade. To attempt to mirror the pace and general behaviour of the classic old-school pre-streaming/download/six-weeks-of-pre-release-hype-and-a-first-week-discount charts, I analysed one from this week 30 years ago and noticed that only a couple of (massively popular) records remained on the Top 40 for more than around eight weeks, even though most songs rose to their peaks rather than entering at them. I therefore decided to go a little further and allow a maximum of just one 9+ week hit per chart week, and I'm still not bored of Calvin and R'nB Man's uplifting perfectly-titled brass-laden thumper. Therefore, Giant is now my sole survivor from my first ever chart, with six of the seven departees disappearing after week eight. They've made their point now. Call it my answer to ACR.

It probably has to go soon, though.

Hiya Luv’s personal chart #9 w/e 21.3.19

01 (01) Jessie Ware: Adore You (37-10-5-1-1)
02 (04) Giggs: BABY (4-2)
03 (40) Wiley, Stefflon Don & Sean Paul: Boasty (feat. Idris Elba) (40-3)
04 (16) Sam Fender: Hypersonic Missiles (16-4)
05 (06) Cardi B and Bruno Mars: Please Me (6-5)
06 (03) Robinson: Karma (CLiQ Remix) (33-6-3-6)
07 (13) Bring Me the Horizon: Heavy Metal (feat. Rahzel) (13-7)
08 (12) Koffee: Toast (38-12-8)
09 (02) Foals: On the Luna (40-14-2-9)
10 (09) The 1975: Love If If We Made It (34-40-9-10)
11 (20) Krystal Klear: Euphoric Dreams (37-20-11)
12 (35) Icarus: Sirens (35-12)
13 (NE) Sundara Karma: Higher States (13)
14 (27) Mustard: Pure Water (feat. Migos) (27-14)
15 (24) Duke Dumont feat. Shaun Ross: Red Light Green Light – For Club Play Only, Pt. 6 (35-24-15)
16 (22) Chaka Khan: Like a Lady (22-16)
17 (30) Carly Rae Jepsen: Now That I Found You (30-17)
18 (17) 21 Savage: A Lot (27-25-33-21-11-17-18)
19 (05) Billie Eilish: Bury a Friend (15-8-5-1-1-5-19)
20 (07) Friend Within: The Truth (32-8-3-7-20)
21 (11) The Amazons: Mother (31-32-11-21)
22 (10) Christine and the Queens: Comme Si (34-27-25-10-22)
23 (NE) Robyn: Ever Again (23)
24 (08) Kehlani: Nights Like This (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign) (38-16-9-5-7-8-24)
25 (33) Theophilus London: Whiplash (feat. Tame Impala) (33-25)
26 (19) Zedd and Katy Perry: 365 (19-26)
27 (36) Dave: Black (34-36-27)
28 (34) Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man: Giant (2-1-1-6-6-12-31-34-28)
29 (14) Jenny Lewis: Red Bull and Hennessey (36-30-19-14-29)
30 (NE) Fisher: Ya Kidding (30)
31 (15) James Blake feat. Metro Boomin & Travis Scott - Mile High (39-x-x-19-15-13-15-31)
32 (28) Todd Edwards: You’re Sorry (16-28-32)
33 (39) The Prodigy: We Live Forever (39-33)
34 (21) M-22: White Lies (28-15-21-34)
35 (NE) Two Door Cinema Club: Talk (35)
36 (26) Jade Bird: I Get No Joy (37-19-10-7-9-26-36)
37 (NE) Meduza: Piece of Your Heart (feat. Goodboys) (37)
38 (NE) Friendly Fires: Lack of Love (38)
39 (25) Florence and the Machine: Moderation (35-15-24-22-25-39)
40 (NE) Foals: In Degrees (40)

OUT:

18 (02) Foals: Exits (16-7-4-2-2-3-2-18)
23 (08) Sam Fender: Play God (6-2-3-1-1-2-8-23)
29 (12) FIDLAR: By Myself (9-3-2-3-4-4-12-29)
31 (10) Vampire Weekend: Harmony Hall (20-11-6-4-3-6-10-31)
32 (26) Yxng Bane: Needed Time (25-31-28-18-25-26-32)
37 (28) Prospa: Prayer (13-16-18-31-22-18-28-37)
38 (23) Sub Focus: Desire (With Dimension) (4-6-7-11-12-16-23-38)


This post has been edited by Hiyaluv: Mar 21 2019, 11:38 PM
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