It is the third week at number 1 for Love Me Like You Do. Since Rather Be by Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne 11 months ago no British act did so.
Much more sensational is the fact that the last British solo female with at least three weeks at number 1 in Germany was Leona Lewis in early 2008 when her Bleeding Love occupied the top for four weeks.
Also other songs from the movie score of Fifty Shades Of Grey gain some more attention. The Weeknd goes 24–17 with Earned It launching his biggest hit to date and Annie Lennox sees her take on I Put A Spell On You rising 81–63 in its second chart week. Finally Vaults can gain 11 ranks too landing at number 85 with One Last Night.
Talking 'bout movie scores this is a good week as the highest new entry is featured by Fast & Furious 7. It is Ride Out by Kid Ink, TYGA, YG, Wale & Rich Homie Quan that starts chart life at number 34. Another track comes in at number 60 in the likes of Go Hard Or Go Home recorded by Wiz Khalifa & Iggy Azalea.
Norwegian KYGO rises another three places arriving now at number 3 with his Firestone. Exactly one year ago the last Norwegian act entered the Top3 in the face of Nico & Vince and their Am I Wrong. A better performance for an act coming from Norway was not seen for five and a half year. Back than it was Marit Larsen who launched a number 1 hit with If A Song Could Get Me You.
At number 10 there is the one and only new song inside the Top 10. It is Meghan Trainor who finally can launch her second Top 10 hit with Lips Are Movin. It took her nine weeks to come so far.
Philipp Dittberner & Marv can enter the top 20 with their Wolke 4. It is the sixth chart week for that song that lands at #16 falling only one place short of becoming best selling song in German. That one still is Flash Mich by Mark Forster rising again one single place to #15.
The longest running hit at this time is Atemlos durch die Nacht by Helene Fischer. The single still sits pretty at number 37. With 68 consecutive weeks inside the survey it now belongs to the ten hits with the longest chart runs. All in all the song has 72 chart weeks under its belt. Enough for being one of 28 hits with more than 70 weeks.
Hard on the heels is Ed Sheeran with his I See Fire. The song stands in its 64th week at number 39.
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