No change at the very top. Still Felix Jaehn feat. Jasmine Thompson still sit pretty at #1 with Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better). It is the fifth week for the song which makes it as successful as Prayer in C by Lily Wood & The Pricks and Robin Schulz who set the record as best selling deep house track ever. Also Ain't Nobody Better approaches slowly the success of Love Me Like You Do by Ellie Goulding which serves so far as the single with most #1 weeks in 2015 so far. One week to go for recent #1 to equal the result dating back to March this current year.
Back at number 2 Jason Derulo is with Want To Want Me.
Norwegian DJ KYGO gets a second Top10 hit after he was performing on the (second) final of Germany's Next Top Model on May 28th. The first final scheduled for mid May was interrupted cause of a bomb thread. Now his Stole The Show goes 11–4 in its 11th chart week and only shortly misses the peak of predecessor Firestone. It is the fifth Top10 hit coming from a Norwegian artist within 14 months. This week there are two songs simultaneously inside the top 10 and six inside the Hot 100–an impressive feat which is never seen before.
Also new inside the Top 10 next single by David Guetta is. Hey Mama (Featuring Nicki Minaj & Afrojack) collected nine chart weeks already as an album cut from Listen released in early December 2014. After new remixes swapping around especially the one with additional vocals by Bebe Rexha the track again started rising up the survey now landing at number 9. It is David Guetta's 15th top 10 hit, Nicki Minaj already has four top 10 hits under her name and Afrojack invades the top 10 for a second time.
Highest new entry almost sets a negative record as SIDO's first single from his upcoming album VI lands at number 40. Only once in 2015 a highest new entry started chart life worse. It was on January 9th when a lack of new released stuff causes regularly absences of good new entries. Wether classic rap track Ackan will rise higher is doubtful–the biggest hits of Sido were more pop appealed productions.
At number 50 we can find Skrillex for the very first time inside the upper half of the list. Where are Ü now is his fifth chart track at all and has some support by DIPLO who appears as solo artist for the second time inside the top 50–as part of Major Lazer he knows how it feels at the top end too– and Justin Bieber who missed the upper ranks for the past 18 months. So this track seems a highly successful production.