Justin Timberlake holds firm at #1 with Can't Stop The Feeling a second week. His two #1 hits before both had a three weeks run at the top–and right ow it looks like the new one will do the same properly.
With a rare weakness of USAmerican productions this is the most successfull one since a year. Back than it was See You Again by Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth which had a four weeks run in April/May 2015.
To #2 KUnGS vs. Cookin' on 3 Burners rises two places with This Girl. It brings the next French producer to the almost very top. The past #1 came from superstar David Guetta back at the end of 2014 with Dangerous. Australian Cookin' on 3 Burners of course does have a successful countrywoman with SIA who topped the list this April with Chep Thrills.
Climbing three places This Is What You Came For by Calvin Harris // Rihanna reaches a new peak at #5. It is the 18th top 5 hit for Rihanna and the fifth for Calvin Harris.
After resting outside the top 10 past week Don't Let Me Down by The Chainsmokers Ft. Daya returns plus reaches a new peak with #7 in its 12th chart week.
Alan Walker spends a 17th week inside the top 10 with Faded. It is now the song with most top 10 appearances in 2016.
Last statistical fact of this recent top 10. With Die immer lacht (Stereoact feat. Kerstin Ott) sitting at #10 as highest German song it is this the weakest result for Germany since one and a half year. Back in October 2014 it was Revolverheld and its Lass uns gehen that won the crown as best selling German song sitting at #10.
One song comes new into the top 20. It is this the new offer by Swedish Galantis. No Money goes 27–18 in its sixth chart week.
The gainers of the week are:
+ 17 places landing at #36 Too Good by DRAKE Ft. Rihanna