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post Aug 26 2020, 06:42 PM
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Friday 28th August 2020

Last week's top 5:

Singles
01 01 07 Joel Corry ~ Head & Heart (feat. MNEK)
02 04 02 Cardi B ~ WAP (feat. Megan Thee Stallion)
03 03 04 Nathan Dawe ~ Lighter (feat. KSI)
04 NE 01 Drake ~ Laugh Now Cry Later (feat. Lil Durk)
05 05 28 Harry Styles ~ Watermelon Sugar

Albums
01 NE 01 Biffy Clyro ~ A Celebration of Endings
02 01 04 Taylor Swift ~ Folklore
03 NE 01 Sea Girls ~ Open Up Your Head
04 03 07 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
05 05 06 Juice WRLD ~ Legends Never Die

SINGLES:



Joel Corry Featuring MNEK could remain No 1 today for a 6th week



Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion and BTS could complete the top 3



New entries this week should include entries from Headie One feat. AJ Tracey & Stormzy, 24kGoldn feat. iann dior and Conan Gray among others

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ALBUMS:



The Killers should ease to No 1 today



Erasure and Taylor Swift should complete the top 3

Have a chat and enjoy the chart as it unfolds here between 4 and 5:45 biggrin.gif

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Retro Top 10 - 28th August

2019



1- TAKE ME BACK TO LONDON- Ed Sheeran Featuring Stormzy (66,953)
2- HIGHER LOVE- Kygo & Whitney Houston (48,101)
3- BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE- Ed Sheeran Featuring Khalid (47,432)
4- 3 NIGHTS- Dominic Fike (44,349)
5- LADBROKE GROVE- AJ Tracey (43,912)
6- TASTE (MAKE IT SHAKE)- Aitch (38,901)
7- SORRY- Joel Corry (36,814)
8- HOW DO YOU SLEEP- Sam Smith (34,679)
9- RANSOM- Lil Tecca (33,405)
10- SO HIGH- MIST Featuring Fredo (31,587)



2015



1- FIGHT SONG- Rachel Patten (58,581)
2- AIN’T NOBODY- Felix Jaehn Ft Jasmine Thompson (55,986)
3- DON’T BE SO HARD ON YOURSELF- Jess Glynne (52,173)
4- HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE- Calvin Harris + Disciples (51,389)
5- MARVIN GAYE- Charlie Puth Ft Meghan Trainor (50,268)
6- CAN’T FEEL MY FACE- The Weeknd (43,968)
7- INTOXICATED- Martin Solveig & GTA (34,199)
8- SHUT UP AND DANCE- Walk The Moon (33,353)
9- ARE YOU WITH ME- Lost Frequencies (31.893)
10- BLACK MAGIC- Little Mix (31,620)



2010



1- DYNAMITE- Taio Cruz (108,397)
2- LOVE THE WAY YOU LIE- Eminem Ft Rihanna (49,681)
3- CLUB CAN’T HANDLE ME- Flo Rida Ft David Guetta (44,681)
4- GREEN LIGHT- Roll Deep (43,727)
5- KATY ON A MISSION- Katy B (34,323)
6- WE NO SPEAK AMERICANO- Yolanda Be Cool Vs D-Cup (33,100)
7- BILLIONAIRE- Travie McCoy Ft Bruno Mars (29,700)
8- CROSSFIRE- Brandon Flowers (29,225)
9- BEAUTIFUL MONSTER- Ne-Yo (27,500)
10- AIRPLANES- B.o.B Ft Hayley Williams (25,300)


2005



1- THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING IDLE- Oasis (47,235)
2- PON DE REPLAY- Rihanna (29,631)
3- BAD DAY- Daniel Powter (24,537)
4- LAY YOUR HANDS- Simon Webbe (23,465)
5- YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL- James Blunt (23,060)
6- DON’T LIE- Black Eyed Peas (22,656)
7- LONG HOT SUMMER- Girls Aloud (18,451)
8- I’LL BE OK- McFly (18,300)
9- I PREDICT A RIOT/ SINK THAT SHIP- Kaiser Chiefs (16,424)
10- MY DOORBELL- White Stripes (12,821)


2000



1- MUSIC- Madonna (115,000)
2- GROOVEJET (IF THIS AIN’T LOVE)- Spiller (114,000)
3- OUT OF YOUR MIND- True Steppers Ft Dane Bowers & Victoria Beckham (86,000)
4- ROCK DJ- Robbie Williams (58,000)
5- I TURN TO YOU- Mel C (53,000)
6- LUCKY- Britney Spears (49,000)
7- FREESTYLER- Bomfunk Mc’s (30,000)
8- 7 DAYS- Craig David (28,000)
9- TIME TO BURN- Storm (26,000)
10- DOESN’T REALLY MATTER- Janet Jackson (22,000)

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Movement | This Week | Last Week | Total Weeks | Artist | Title






newright.png 01 01 07 Joel Corry feat. MNEK - Head & Heart
newne.png 02 NE 01 Miley Cyrus - Midnight Sky
newup.png 03 05 04 Nathan Dawe feat. KSI - Lighter
newdown.png 04 02 10 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo - Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)
newdown.png 05 04 05 Kygo & Tina Turner - What's Love Got to Do With It





newright.png 01 01 07 Joel Corry feat. MNEK - Head & Heart
newup.png 02 10 02 Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion - WAP
newdown.png 03 02 10 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo - Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)
newright.png 04 04 04 Nathan Dawe feat. KSI - Lighter
newne.png 05 NE 01 Drake feat. Lil Durk - Laugh Now Cry Later





newright.png 01 01 02 Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion - WAP
newright.png 02 02 06 Joel Corry feat. MNEK - Head & Heart
newne.png 03 NE 01 Drake feat. Lil Durk - Laugh Now Cry Later
newup.png 04 08 04 Nathan Dawe feat. KSI - Lighter
newdown.png 05 03 10 Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo - Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)
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post Aug 28 2020, 02:13 PM
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Afternoon all! As always, NO SPOILERS PLEASE!

So excited to hear Conan Gray in the top 40 for the first time wub.gif
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Hoping WAP has just managed to squeeze #1 today off of missing streaming data from the mids. Would also be great for BTS to hold onto top 3 but a top 5 debut would be really good them anyway
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BTS for top 5 please, had it in my head all week - top earworm!

Paul Woolford to push for top 10 too, thought he'd be there already this week but maybe once a few above hit ACR is his best chance.
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Missed the top 40 this week?

London Grammar
Baby It's You



1st single from third studio album
Released: 19th August 2020
Label: Ministry of Sound Recordings

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Biography

English trio London Grammar combine sparse electronic pop in the model of the xx with dramatic, big-voiced lead singer Hannah Reid's vocals, which evoke Annie Lennox and contemporaries like Florence Welch and Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes. Reid and guitarist Dan Rothman met in the dorms of Nottingham University, where they began writing music together in 2009 and later added multi-instrumentalist Dot Major to complete the lineup. The following years saw them refine their sound with atmospheric electronics and subtle percussion, and they often played to rooms of no more than ten people. Their popularity rose with the 2012 release of "Hey Now," which they uploaded to the Internet, instantly finding a digital cult following. Their fans were not just in the U.K., but also on the other side of the world in Australia, where their self-released 2013 debut EP, Metal & Dust, reached the top of the digital charts. The same year they signed to Ministry of Sound and the single "Wasting My Young Years" appeared as their first release on the label. The year 2013 also saw them play a sold-out show at the Islington Assembly Hall and make an appearance at the Great Escape Festival in Brighton. In September 2013, London Grammar released their eagerly awaited debut album, If You Wait, with the album debuting on the U.K. album chart at number two and hitting the Top 20 in Australia, New Zealand, France, and Ireland. With the album receiving positive reviews, the trio headed out in support of the release in 2014, culminating in two sell-out shows at London's Brixton Academy. That same year they also picked up two Ivor Novello awards for the single "Strong," as well as two AIM awards for Breakthrough of the Year and Most Played Independent Act. After a whirlwind 2014, the trio retreated into their normal lives, rekindling friendships and writing new music. At the beginning of 2017 the group released the first fruits of those sessions: the single "Rooting for You," followed a month later by the Jon Hopkins-produced "Big Picture." Two more singles followed -- "Truth Is a Beautiful Thing" and "Oh Woman Oh Man" -- before their sophomore album, Truth Is a Beautiful Thing, was released. Working with the likes of Paul Epworth, Youth, and Hopkins, the album saw the trio taking their sparse electronic pop into more cinematic territory. - iTunes

Top 100 Chart History

2013 31 Wasting My Young Years -1-
2013 16 Strong -2-
2013 56 Help Me Lost My Mind (Disclosure feat. London Grammar)
2013 53 Nightcall -3-
2014 37 Hey Now -4-
2017 58 Rooting For You -1-
2017 73 Big Picture -2-
2017 85 Oh Woman Oh Man -3-
2020 __ Baby It's You -1-

0 x #1 | 0 x Top 5 | 0 x Top 10 | 1 x Top 20 | 3 x Top 40 | 8 x Top 100


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Missed the top 40 this week?

Fredo featuring GRM Daily
Daily Duppy



Non-album single
Released: 17th August 2020
Label: Since 93

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London-based MC Fredo focuses his lyrics on his drug-dealing lifestyle, the streets that he calls home, and all the money he's made. Hailing from London's infamously tough Mozart Estate, Fredo was considered one of the leading figures in the notorious London gang Harrow Road Boys. He practiced his craft as an MC for years before emerging in 2016 with the single "They Ain't 100." The track immediately gained attention, including a small co-sign when Drake featured the song in his 30th birthday mix on OVO Sound Radio. The same year, he released two further singles, "Trapspot" and "Pattern Gang," before appearing on Kojo Funds and Abra Cadabra's hit single "Dun Talkin (Remix)" alongside Yxng Bane, Frisco, and JME.

In 2017 Fredo elevated the hype he had already received, releasing his third single, "Get the Pot," early in the year, quickly followed by his debut appearance on Charlie Sloth's Fire in the Booth. Both were in preparation for his debut mixtape, Get Rich or Get Recalled, which was released independently in March of that year. Fredo returned the following year with his second mixtape, Tables Turn, which featured collaborations with Not3s, Asco, and Kaos. That same year he also teamed up with South London's Dave for the single "Funky Friday." Hitting the top spot of the U.K. charts, the single propelled both MCs into the spotlight. At the beginning of 2019, Fredo delivered his proper debut album, Third Avenue. The Universal release saw him working once again with Dave, as well as Lil Dotz, on a collection of deftly produced trap cuts.
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Top 100 Chart History

Fredo
2017 63 Change -1-
2018 83 YRF (GRM Daily feat. Fredo & Not3s)
2018 70 Rappin' & Trappin' -2-
2018 77 Playin' For Keeps (feat. Asco) -3-
2018 90 Haters (feat. Not3s) -4-
2018 32 Ay Caramba (Stay Flee Get Lizzy presents Fredo & Young T & Bugsey) -NAS-
2018 01 Funky Friday (Dave & Fredo)
2018 25 BMT -1-
2018 75 Problem (Yxng Bane feat. Fredo)
2019 58 Survival Of The Fittest -IG-
2019 15 All I Ever Wanted (feat. Dave) -2-
2019 60 Mmhm -AT-
2019 39 I'm The One (MoStack & Fredo)
2019 07 So High (MIST feat. Fredo)
2019 53 Freddy -OST-
2019 55 2 Cups (Stay Flee Get Lizzy presents Popcaan, Fredo & Tory Lanez) -NAS-
2019 13 Netflix & Chill -1-
2020 48 Bully Beef (Young T & Bugsey feat. Fredo)
2020 37 Scorpion -2-
2020 42 House Party (MIST feat. Fredo)
2020 72 Hickory Dickory Dock -3-
2020 __ Daily Duppy (feat. GRM Daily) -NAS-

1 x #1 | 1 x Top 5 | 2 x Top 10 | 4 x Top 20 | 8 x Top 40 | 21 x Top 100


GRM Daily
2017 83 YRF (presents Fredo & Not3s) -NAS-
2018 69 London's Calling (presents Skrapz, Avelino, Asco, Loski & AJ Tracey) -NAS-
2019 42 Daily Duppy (J Hus feat. GRM Daily)
2019 99 Daily Duppy (Aitch feat. GRM Daily)
2019 62 Cash Train (presents Not3s & Blade Brown) -1-
2020 75 Faith In My Killy (presents Nafe Smallz, Yxng Bane, Blade Brown & Skrapz) -2-
2020 13 Burning (presents M Huncho & Dutchavelli) -3-
2020 __ Daily Duppy (Fredo feat. GRM Daily)

0 x #1 | 0 x Top 5 | 0 x Top 10 | 1 x Top 20 | 1 x Top 40 | 7 x Top 100


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I had no idea it was so close between Music and Groovejet back in 2000! ohmy.gif I'd always assumed that Music was big enough to be a clear chart topper.
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Never realised Groovejet was so close to a second week at #1 (and denying Madonna's Music) 20 years ago! As it was, the whole of the previous week's Top 10 dropped one place.

15 years since Rihanna's debut!
And coincidentally, a song called Dynamite at #1 10 years ago.
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Always fun looking back at the number ones - 'Take Me Back to London' seems a very underwhelming number one a year later if you consider what big songs 'Ladbrook Grove' and 'Higher Love' were. Also where'd Rachel Patten go??
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QUOTE(dandy* @ Aug 28 2020, 03:51 PM) *
I had no idea it was so close between Music and Groovejet back in 2000! ohmy.gif I'd always assumed that Music was big enough to be a clear chart topper.



Looking back Spiller probably deserved a second week on top given its still so well known, but it was 2000 lol it was one weekers all the way.

Not to say 'music' wasn't a great madge track!
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5 years since Fight Song cheeseblock.png

Whew a classic <3 Rachel deserved so much better in general but at least Fight Song slayed and snatched that #1 *.*

a year since Higher Love reached its peak too heart.gif deserved #1 </3
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QUOTE(dandy* @ Aug 28 2020, 03:51 PM) *
I had no idea it was so close between Music and Groovejet back in 2000! ohmy.gif I'd always assumed that Music was big enough to be a clear chart topper.


And if it wasn't for Music entering at #1, the top 10 would've been exactly the same. Literally every song in the top 10 in the previous week went down one place that week.
(And entering at #12 was Daphne & Celeste's cover of School's Out)


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2019-

1- TAKE ME BACK TO LONDON- Ed Sheeran Featuring Stormzy (66,953)
2- HIGHER LOVE- Kygo & Whitney Houston (48,101)
3- BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE- Ed Sheeran Featuring Khalid (47,432)
4- 3 NIGHTS- Dominic Fike (44,349)
5- LADBROKE GROVE- AJ Tracey (43,912)
6- TASTE (MAKE IT SHAKE)- Aitch (38,901)
8- HOW DO YOU SLEEP- Sam Smith (34,679)
9- RANSOM- Lil Tecca (33,405)
10- SO HIGH- MIST Featuring Fredo (31,587)


2015-

3- DON’T BE SO HARD ON YOURSELF- Jess Glynne (52,173)
4- HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE- Calvin Harris + Disciples (51,389)
6- CAN’T FEEL MY FACE- The Weeknd (43,968)
7- INTOXICATED- Martin Solveig & GTA (34,199)
8- SHUT UP AND DANCE- Walk The Moon (33,353)
9- ARE YOU WITH ME- Lost Frequencies (31.893)

2010-

1 - DYNAMITE- Taio Cruz (108,397)
2- LOVE THE WAY YOU LIE- Eminem Ft Rihanna (49,681)
3- CLUB CAN’T HANDLE ME- Flo Rida Ft David Guetta (44,681)
4- GREEN LIGHT- Roll Deep (43,727)
5- KATY ON A MISSION- Katy B (34,323)
6- WE NO SPEAK AMERICANO- Yolanda Be Cool Vs D-Cup (33,100)
7- BILLIONAIRE- Travie McCoy Ft Bruno Mars (29,700)
8- CROSSFIRE- Brandon Flowers (29,225)
9- BEAUTIFUL MONSTER- Ne-Yo (27,500)
10- AIRPLANES- B.o.B Ft Hayley Williams (25,300)


2005-


1- THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING IDLE- Oasis (47,235)
2- PON DE REPLAY- Rihanna (29,631)
3- BAD DAY- Daniel Powter (24,537)
4- LAY YOUR HANDS- Simon Webbe (23,463
6- DON’T LIE- Black Eyed Peas (22,656)
7- LONG HOT SUMMER- Girls Aloud (18,451)
9- I PREDICT A RIOT/ SINK THAT SHIP- Kaiser Chiefs (16,429

2000-

1- MUSIC- Madonna (115,000)
2- GROOVEJET (IF THIS AIN’T LOVE)- Spiller (114,000)
4- ROCK DJ- Robbie Williams (58,000)
5- I TURN TO YOU- Mel C (53,000)
6- LUCKY- Britney Spears (49,000)
7- FREESTYLER- Bomfunk Mc’s (30,000)
8- 7 DAYS- Craig David (28,000)
9- TIME TO BURN- Storm (26,000)
10- DOESN’T REALLY MATTER- Janet Jackson (22,000)
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Retro faves!

2019:
2- HIGHER LOVE- Kygo & Whitney Houston (48,101)
5- LADBROKE GROVE- AJ Tracey (43,912)
7- SORRY- Joel Corry (36,814)
8- HOW DO YOU SLEEP- Sam Smith (34,679)

2015:
1- FIGHT SONG- Rachel Patten (58,581)
2- AIN’T NOBODY- Felix Jaehn Ft Jasmine Thompson (55,986)
4- HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE- Calvin Harris + Disciples (51,389)
6- CAN’T FEEL MY FACE- The Weeknd (43,968)
7- INTOXICATED- Martin Solveig & GTA (34,199)
8- SHUT UP AND DANCE- Walk The Moon (33,353)
9- ARE YOU WITH ME- Lost Frequencies (31.893)
10- BLACK MAGIC- Little Mix (31,620)

2010:
1- DYNAMITE- Taio Cruz (108,397)
2- LOVE THE WAY YOU LIE- Eminem Ft Rihanna (49,681)
6- WE NO SPEAK AMERICANO- Yolanda Be Cool Vs D-Cup (33,100)
7- BILLIONAIRE- Travie McCoy Ft Bruno Mars (29,700)
8- CROSSFIRE- Brandon Flowers (29,225)
9- BEAUTIFUL MONSTER- Ne-Yo (27,500)
10- AIRPLANES- B.o.B Ft Hayley Williams (25,300)

2005:
1- THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING IDLE- Oasis (47,235)
2- PON DE REPLAY- Rihanna (29,631)
3- BAD DAY- Daniel Powter (24,537)
5- YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL- James Blunt (23,060)
7- LONG HOT SUMMER- Girls Aloud (18,451) wub.gif
9- I PREDICT A RIOT/ SINK THAT SHIP- Kaiser Chiefs (16,424)
10- MY DOORBELL- White Stripes (12,821)

2000:
1- MUSIC- Madonna (115,000)
2- GROOVEJET (IF THIS AIN’T LOVE)- Spiller (114,000)
3- OUT OF YOUR MIND- True Steppers Ft Dane Bowers & Victoria Beckham (86,000)
5- I TURN TO YOU- Mel C (53,000)
6- LUCKY- Britney Spears (49,000)
7- FREESTYLER- Bomfunk Mc’s (30,000)
9- TIME TO BURN- Storm (26,000)
10- DOESN’T REALLY MATTER- Janet Jackson (22,000)

Can't believe how close Madonna was to being denied that #1 in 2000!
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Five years since the non-boxing or WWE song called 'Fight Song' went to #1.
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40 | newdown.png 31 | 6th week

Kygo and Tina Turner
What's Love Got To Do With It



Non-album single
Released: 17th July 2020
Label: Kygo

Chart Statistics

NE (30/07/2020) | 40-43-38-32-31-40

Sales: 60k+
Certification: -
Status: Standard Chart Ratio

04 Sales
52 Audio Streaming
94 Video Streaming


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Kygo
Kygo turned the dance-music world on its ear in the simplest way possible: by slowing down. The Norwegian producer (born Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll in 1991) cut his teeth crafting bootleg remixes of songs like Lana Del Rey’s “Born to Die” and James Blake’s “The Wilhelm Scream”, fleshing out the originals with contrasting touches: EDM drops inspired by his fondness for Avicii and ruminative melodies reflective of his childhood piano studies. In 2013, layering an a cappella of Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” over dancing marimbas and a teasingly measured 4/4 beat, he hit upon his slow-motion signature. The following year, he was called up to replace an ailing Avicii on Tomorrowland’s main stage, and his relaxed, sunny vibe stopped EDM’s harder-faster-louder ethos in its tracks. Kygo’s dreamy, pioneering tropical house—encapsulated in singles like the lilting “Firestone” and his even-more-weightless remix of a-ha’s “Take On Me”—cast its influence across the pop music landscape, reaching as far as Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber’s smash, “Where Are Ü Now”, and securing Kygo collabs with Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding, Miguel and Imagine Dragons. - iTunes

Tina Turner
Pouring pain and experience and raw sensuality into performances that mix rock, soul, and blues, singer-songwriter Tina Turner is a wellspring of uncontainable energy. Born Anna Mae Bullock in Nutbush, Tennessee, in 1939, Turner sang in church choirs before featuring in The Kings of Rhythm, an R&B band led by her future husband Ike Turner—from whom she would suffer more than a decade of abuse. She channeled that emotion to turn Creedence Clearwater Revival’s gently rolling “Proud Mary” into a tear-the-roof-off anthem and imbue 1973’s semi-autobiographical “Nutbush City Limits” with a self-aware wit. Her show-stealing turn as The Acid Queen in 1975’s film version of The Who’s Tommy only further highlighted her range and hinted at the chart-topping force she’d become. After divorcing Ike and reclaiming her independence in the late ’70s, Turner became a watchword for liberation and self-empowerment at a time when there wasn’t much vocabulary for it. She reinvented herself as a wounded-but-wise R&B singer, chronicling the often devastating complexities of romance with the intimacy and strength of a survivor—particularly on her 1984 pop breakthrough, Private Dancer. In anyone else’s hands, songs such as “Better Be Good to Me” and "What’s Love Got to Do With It” are breezy FM-radio tunes; in Turner's, they're real-life examinations of how destructive emotions can be—a perspective you can still hear in the toughness and vulnerability of Beyoncé and Mary J. Blige. That grace and confidence carried on through the ensuing decades of her work, whether as the singer of 1989's triumphant “The Best,” the actor in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, the author of the frank memoir I, Tina, a style icon, a hero to victims of domestic abuse, or an adherent of Buddhism, whose teachings have fueled her creatively and spiritually since the ’70s. Speaking to Oprah Winfrey in 2005, she said, “I want my gift to become a gift for others. We're caught in a stagnant belief system passed on to us from our parents and what’s been given from the churches. I believe there’s another truth. Dancing and singing is all good—but the ultimate gift is to change people’s minds.” - Wikipedia

Top 100 Chart History

Kygo
2015 08 Firestone (feat. Conrad Sewell) -1- MILLIONAIRE
2015 24 Stole The Show (feat. Parson James) -2-
2015 79 Nothing Left (feat. Will Heard) -PS-
2015 18 Here For You (feat. Ella Henderson) -NAS-
2015 20 Stay (feat. Maty Noyes) -3-
2016 42 Raging (feat. Kodaline) -IG2/4-
2016 99 I'm In Love (feat. James Vincent McMorrow) -IG3-
2017 07 It Ain't Me (Kygo & Selena Gomez) -1- MILLIONAIRE
2017 34 First Time (Kygo & Ellie Goulding) -2-
2017 44 Stargazing (feat. Justin Jesso) -3-
2017 99 Kids In Love (feat. The Night Game) -1-
2018 69 Remind Me To Forget (Kygo & Miguel) -2-
2018 54 Born To Be Yours (Kygo & Imagine Dragons) -NAS-
2019 82 Think About You (Kygo & Valerie Broussard) -NAS-
2019 26 Carry On (Kygo & Rita Ora) -OST-
2019 02 Higher Love (Kygo & Whitney Houston) -1- MILLIONAIRE
2020 49 Like It Is (Kygo, Zara Larsson & Tyga) -2-
2020 49 Lose Somebody (Kygo & OneRepublic) -4-
2020 77 Freedom (Kygo & Zak Abel) -3-
2020 31 What's Love Got To Do With It (Kygo & Tina Turner) -NAS-

0 x #1 | 1 x Top 5 | 3 x Top 10 | 5 x Top 20 | 9 x Top 40 | 20 x Top 100


Tina Turner
1966 03 River Deep – Mountain High (Ike & Tina Turner) -1-
1966 48 Tell Her I'm Not Home (Ike & Tina Turner) -NAS-
1966 16 A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Everyday) (Ike & Tina Turner) -2-
1973 04 Nutbush City Limits (Ike & Tina Turner) -1-
1983 06 Let's Stay Together -1-
1984 40 Help! -2-
1984 03 What's Love Got To Do With It -3-
1984 45 Better Be Good To Me -4-
1984 26 Private Dancer -5-
1985 57 I Can't Stand The Rain -6-
1985 03 We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome) -OST-
1985 55 One Of The Living -OST-
1985 29 It's Only Love (Bryan Adams & Tina Turner)
1986 33 Typical Male -1-
1986 43 Two People -2-
1987 30 What You Get Is What You See -3-
1987 43 Break Every Rule -4-
1987 56 Tearing Us Apart (Eric Clapton & Tina Turner)
1987 78 Paradise Is Here -5-
1988 71 Addicted To Love (Live) -1-
1989 05 The Best -1-
1989 08 I Don't Wanna Lose You -2-
1990 13 Steamy Windows -3-
1990 31 Look Me In The Heart -4-
1990 28 Be Tender With Me Baby -5-
1990 05 It Takes Two (Rod Stewart & Tina Turner)
1991 23 Nutbush City Limits (The 90s Version) -1-
1991 13 Way Of The World -2-
1992 29 Love Thing -3-
1992 22 I Want You Near Me -4-
1993 07 I Don't Wanna Fight -1*-
1993 12 Disco Inferno -2*-
1993 16 Why Must We Wait Until Tonight -3*-
1995 10 GoldenEye -OST/1-
1996 23 Whatever You Want -2-
1996 13 On Silent Wings (feat. Sting) -3-
1996 12 Missing You -4-
1996 27 Something Beautiful Remains -5-
1996 32 In Your Wildest Dreams (feat. Barry White) -6-
1999 10 When The Heartache Is Over -1-
2000 27 Whatever You Need -2-
2004 25 Open Arms -1-
2010 62 Proud Mary -4*-
2020 31 What's Love Got To Do With It (Kygo & Tina Turner)

0 x #1 | 6 x Top 5 | 11 x Top 10 | 18 x Top 20 | 35 x Top 40 | 44 x Top 100


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I was initially very lukewarm to this but it's grown on me so much, loving it right now! Shame it's already heading down.
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Surprised this hasn't taken off. Should have been top 20 at least.
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