Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix, with vocal and guitar support from highlighted Irish rock legends Bono and The Edge of U2, debuts at No. 12 on Billboard’s Very hot Dance/Digital Tracks chart (dated May possibly 29) with “We Are the Persons.” The track, released Might 14 as the official track of the approaching UEFA European Football Championship, attained 1.2 million U.S. streams in the 7 days ending Might 20, according to MRC facts.
“People” is Garrix’s 39th charted title, the sixth-most of all functions considering that the survey’s inception in January 2013 David Guetta sales opportunities with 55.
The team-up is the original Hot Dance/Electronic Songs physical appearance for any U2 associates, whilst it is not the 1st time that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band has hit a Billboard dance chart: From 1981 to 2018, U2 achieved 13 entries on Dance Club Tunes, together with the No. 1s “Lemon” (1993), “Discotheque” (1997), “Beautiful Day” (2001) and “Love Is Greater Than Everything in Its Way” (2018).
With 800 downloads bought, “People” also starts at No. 7 on Dance/Digital Digital Song Gross sales, exactly where it’s Garrix’s 18th top rated 10 and Bono and The Edge’s 1st.
No. 34, 34 Decades (& Years) Later … Elton John and Many years & Years’ deal with of Pet Store Boys’ vintage “It’s a Sin” arrives at No. 34 on Hot Dance/Electronic Tunes. The first reached No. 3 on Dance Club Music and No. 9 on the Billboard Scorching 100 in 1987.
The update comes with 348,000 domestic streams, marking John’s second physical appearance on Warm Dance/Digital Music, following “Sine From Previously mentioned,” with Girl Gaga (No. 14, June 2020). It’s the 14th exhibiting for Decades & Many years, and its second chart-linked link to Pet Store Boys: “Dreamland,” the Decades & Years-featuring lead single from PSB’s 2020 album Hotspot, hit No. 21 that January.
John and Decades & Years (aka Olly Alexander) carried out “Sin” on the 2021 Brit Awards Could 11.
CHART ‘HERO’S: Turning to the Dance/Blend Exhibit Airplay tally, Afrojack and David Guetta strike the top rated 10 with “Hero” (11-8). It is Guetta’s history-extending 29th top 10, courting to the chart’s August 2003 commencing, and the 11th for Afrojack.
“Hero” is being listened to on core-dance airplay leaders KMVQ-High definition2 San Francisco and iHeartRadio’s Delight Radio and Evolution Community. (The Dance/Mix Display Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a pick out team of comprehensive-time dance stations, along with plays all through blend exhibits on practically 80 top 40-formatted reporters.)
‘TIME’ Look at: Furthermore on Dance/Combine Show Airplay, Robin Schulz and Felix Jaehn surge to the leading 10 with “One Additional Time,” that includes Alida (15-9). It is Schulz’s fourth best 10 and the 2nd every for Jaehn and Alida. The track is clocking main core-dance airplay on Music Choice’s Dance/EDM channel, KMVQ-High definition2 and SiriusXM’s BPM.