Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better) by Felix Jaehn Feat. Jasmine Thompson sits pretty at #1 for a sixth consecutive week and now is alongside Love Me Like You Do by Ellie Goulding the single with most weeks at the very top.
It is likely that we will see Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better) at the very top next week too. As least as the iTunes list looks like there is no real competitor around. Well–the song might have good perspectives of becoming the best selling track in 2015. Of course before that challenge is done there are slightly more than six months to go.
The only new track inside the top10 is already 12 weeks in the list. It is Unter meiner Haut by DJ duo Gestört aber geil & Koby Funk Feat. Wincent Weiss. It took the track a long way to finally enter the list. Now it seems it will join this summer.
Highest new entry lands at number 17. It is Yvonne Catterfeld's version on Hey originally recorded by Andreas Bourani. The latter one entered the list two weeks ago at number 30 after it was performed on Sing meinen Song. Since June 5th the full compilation to the show is available, shots to #1 and brings Yvonne Catterfeld and her version on Hey an immediate Top20 hit. It is the second song this year that can land that high which gives the singer a real come back after eight an a half year.
This entry makes us having nine German productions inside the top20. A feat not seen for some long years.
The episode aired on June 9th evolved some gainers too. First of all Christina Stürmer herself sees her latest single Was wirklich bleibt jumping to #26 her highest peak since two years. Xavier Naidoo's take on her Mitten unterm Jahr enters at #31. It is the 40th solo chart entry for the singer and together with his rendition on Auf uns by the Sing meinen Song Vol.2 Allstars he now is one of the singers with most chart entries of all time in different constellations as there are Söhne Mannheims, XAVAS, Brothers Keepers, Zeichen der Zeit and of course the single with The Voice of Germany. All in all he is featured as solo or guest artist on 65 songs entering the charts. This is more than Madonna, John Lennon, Scooter or Bushido achieved so far. Only Peter Alexander (81 hits) and Paul McCartney (82 hits) so far collected more.
Further songs entering the charts:
Du hast mein Herz gebrochen by WIRTZ at #41. The original by Yvonne Catterfeld was a #1 hit in 2004.
Schlaflied covered by Andreas Bourani at #48–the original was recorded by Die Prinzen.
Auf uns in a version sang by the Sing meinen Song Vol.2 Allstars together at #60, which gives original singer Andreas Bourani a fourth simultaneous chart entry. The original recording of Auf uns sits pretty at #51 in its 59th chart week right now.
Very similar concept–different show: Channel VOX more and more establishes itself as TV for cool music. 30 minutes after Sing meinen Song VOX shows Meylensteine a music programme hosted by singer Gregor Meyle. He is visiting musicians and artists, talks with them and of course plays their and his famous songs. The show becomes more and more fans and so the singer can generate some proper sales too. His biggest hit so far Keine ist wie du reenters the list at #66 in its 10th chart week. The song first appeared on the survey exactly a year ago when the singer was guest on the first season of Sing meinen Song. The version by Sarah Connor who was one of the stars visited comes in again at #94.