It is number two at the top for Felix Jaehn Feat. Jasmine Thompson and their take on Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better). Meanwhile the track also enters number 1 slot on the Mega charts–the survey of all music use including social media and airplay.
After performing on season's final of Germany's Next Top Modellon Thursday night Jason Derulo got a boost on his song Want To Want Me. It climbs five places to current position no.3. It is right now the second most successful single for the singer ranging behind no.1 song Talk Dirty from 2013.
The Top10 shows a nice coincidence. A year ago on May 23rd 2014 there were six songs involving German artists inside. This year we do have five as there are: Felix Jaehn (#1 and #8), Robin Schulz (#7), Sarah Connor (#9) and Philipp Dittberner Feat. Marv (#10). The difference is only two of them are in German. A year ago there were four songs in German.
By rising to number 17 Kid Ink as featured partner on Fifth Harmony's single Worth It reaches a new career peak. So far his highest peaking entry was Ride Out from the Furious7 soundtrack which stopped at #21 in March this current year.
Highest new entry comes in at number 19. It is Jess Glynne with her solo single Hold My Hand which is only her second solo chart entry and easily the highest one. So far she has another three Top10 singles under her belt as a featured artist on releases by Clean bandit and Route 94.
Due to new remixes available Hey Mama by David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj & Afrojack reaches a new peak at #22. The song appeared first inside the survey on December past year when album Listen was released. Since than the track bounced in and out for several times the past weeks now officially set as a single and so getting the attention it is worth.
Also German rap formation K.I.Z. launches its highest entry so far with Boom Boom Boom starting chart life at number 33. It is the sixth entry of the project–five of them were own releases.
This week we have seven songs new on the survey, two songs re-enter the list. It is already the seventh week that there are 10 or less songs entering the list which is a third of all weeks. Three weeks had 20 or more songs reentering the list.