Febr 19th 16:

A second week at the top for Norwegian DJ Alan Walker with Faded. Also the #2 stands still with Jonas Blue's version of Fast Car.

The highest new arrival into the top 10 comes from US American twentyøne piløts. Their Stressed Outs jumps 23–6 in its fifth chart week.
Also new inside the top 10 is Elle King. After eight weeks inside the list bouncing around she finally can made it 14–10 with her Ex's & Oh's.
By the arrival of these two US Amercian productions the presence of Europeans inside the Top 10 drops to a low level of five songs–as low as at beginning of September 2013. Of course that doesn't mean European song production has a baisse at all. Inside the top 20 still 12 songs come from Europe–it is some songs short of the 18 productions high of summer 2015 but still a proper result.

Finally the Rihanna-Drake collabarotion Work gets some steam and rises 22–12. It is the highest position the Canadian rapper ever achieved eclipsing the success of his other collaboration with Rihanna What's My Name in February 2011.

On the way up also Mike Posner is. The SeeB remix of his I Took A Pill In Ibiza goes 59–42.
26 places up and a firste appearance inside the upper half–that's the result for Jamie Lawson. The Zwette remix of his Wasn't Expecting That stops at 48. And a jump of 35 places alligatoah takes with Du bist schön. It is the 12 chart week for the song and also the first appearance in the upper half right at #50 which comes due to the release of a song video. alligatoah already has two top50 hist under his belt.

The highest new entry is an old song re-entering after its use for a movie score. It is X Gon' Give It To Ya by rapper DMX which infects people newly in Deadpool the next X-Men side sequel. The song enters at a very low #77. In 2003 the song peaked at #23. For DMX it is a return after a nine years long absence from the charts.
The highest really new song comes in at #83. It is Es rappelt im Karton by Belgian Swiss Pixie Paris. Certainly the song will get much higher the next days as it is used (again) in a wonderful commercial parody for ice cream. So far it is the lowest best new entry since January 2012 and #5 on the all time negative list.

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