Nov 11th 16:

Rag'n'Bone Man spends a seventh week at the German top with his Human. The gap between it and runners up Would I Lie To You by David Guetta this week again widens. So Human is definitely the song of this autumn.

The only new entry inside the top 10 for sure is an aspirant for next weeks' #1. It is Rockabye by Clean bandit Feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie which jumps 12 places to #3 this week. It is the third top 5 hit out of five chart entries for the band and the second this current year for the Jamaican singer Sean Paul.

By rising two places to #4 The Weeknd feat. Daft Punk reach the top 5 in their seventh chart week.

The first time since Oktober 2013 there is no German production inside the Top 10. Highest German song is Ohne mein Team by Bonez MC & RAF Camora sitting pretty at #11 in its tenth chart week. The album Palmen aus Plastik just left the top 20 after eight chart weeks which is quite impressive as usually German rap albums leave the list quite fast after starting with huge impact.
On the way of becoming the next German hit Chöre by Mark Forster stops at #13 after a 35 places jump. Probably we will see the song having top10 status in next week's time.
German aspirant number two lands at #15 in the face of Max Giesinger who launches a second top 20 hit after his surprising #2 hit 80 Millionen. His new single calls Wenn sie tanzt and already spends a sixth week in the list.

After candidate Wolfgang performed Die immer lacht in TV show Das Supertalent the song by Stereoact feat. Kerstin Ott jumps 28 places to #43 again. It is the highest position since early September. The song officially is scheduled as the second best selling single of 2016 so far.
Biggest gainer of the week sits at #49. It is Robbie Williams' new single Love My Life the rockets up 48 places in its third chart week and for sure it will rise further in next week's time.
And a third big gainer of 33 places lands at #60 as Juju On That Beat by Zay Hilfigerr & Zayion McCall can attract some more fans.

The highest new entry comes in at #59. It is a song becoming wider fame at the very end of the week. Anyway Hallelujah was probably the most loved song of the recent Pentatonix album A Pentatonix Christmas. It started selling well as an album cut and got a final boost after the news of Leonard Cohen's death spread around. So it lands as the third version of the song inside the German charts. The original never charted so far–it will do so in next week's time and for sure end the strange situation of having Xavier Naidoo's take on the tune as the best performing of all.

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