Jason Derulo Feat. 2 Chainz still occupy the number 1 slot. Seems that Talk Dirty really is much more than a short runner but stands in contrast with the weak performance of the album. That one called Tattoos only can make number 25 in Germany which is the highest rank a Derulo album ever reached. Well – the man is much more a hit single's artist. - Just to underline this fact Fire enters the list as an album cut at number 91. Duetting partner Pitbull hereby becomes the act with most charting songs of the current decade. With 26 official tracks plus two uncredited he now has overtaken French DJ David Guetta who so far launched 25 singles under his name from 2010 on.
Olly Murs' Single Dear Darlin' climbs in its 11th week to number 2 which gives the British star his second single in 2013 that can reach at the runners up position. Once he had a number 1 hit. It was back in April 2012 when Heart Skips A Beat managed it to be the most sold track for two weeks.
Linkin Park has a third Top 10 hit in a row with A Light That Never Comes rising to number 8 in its second chart week. Co-producer and remixer Steve Aoki appears as a main artist for the first time. His take on Kid CuDi's Pursuit Of Happiness made it to number 51 this May.
Also EMINEM launches a new Top 10 hit with Berzerk jumping to No.10 two weeks before it is officially released. It is the 14th Top 10 song of 26 that had charted in the past 14 years.
After Woodkid last week now Klingande is the second French act invading the Top 20. The song Jubel is clearly inspired by Klangkarussell's Sonnentanz – with rising to number 12 it certainly can copy the success of the Austrian production. The "original" still sells very well. In its 59th chart week it still ranks as number 14.
German Schlager star Helene Fischer slowly becomes a hit singer too. Her eighth chart entry Fehlerfrei starts its commercial life at number 20 which is the highest position the artist can achieve so far. Her next album sales count from next issue on – so probably leading single will rise some places further.