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"Watermelon Sugar" is a song by English singer Harry Styles from his second studio album Fine Line (2019), included as the album's second track. Styles wrote the song with Mitch Rowland and the song's producers, Tyler Johnson and Kid Harpoon. They were inspired by the American novel In Watermelon Sugar (1968) by Richard Brautigan. "Watermelon Sugar" is a horn and guitar-driven rock, funk-pop, indie pop song.Originally released as a promotional single from Fine Line on 16 November 2019, "Watermelon Sugar" was later released as the album's fourth single on 15 May 2020. "Watermelon Sugar" had a big boost on airplay, this week and Originally released more than two year's ago, Harry Style's former airplay #7 single ‘Watermelon Sugar’ moved back up the chart to land at #46 thanks to a surge increasing spins by 59.2% nationally. Nova proved to be the big difference, adding an extra 60 spins on top of the network’s previous week’s tally. "Watermelon Sugar" is this Weeks, Greatest Gainer moving up 41 places from #87 to #46.

 

Harry Styles is finally opening up about the real meaning behind his song "Watermelon Sugar" — the female orgasm.

 

Styles was performing in Nashville, Tenn., on Friday, and he teased out the meaning of the song, which last year became his first Hot 100 No. 1 solo single, before launching into the track onstage.

 

"This song is about — it doesn't really matter what it's about," Styles told the crowd, as captured in a fan video shared on social media.

 

It's about — it's about, uh, the sweetness of life," he said to cheers from the audience. "Sing it for me."

 

Styles then let the crowd sing the first verse before making his grand reveal.

 

"It's also about the female orgasm," Styles said to more cheers. "But that's totally different. It's not really relevant."

 

Fans and critics had long correctly interpreted the meaning of the song, which opens with the following lyrics: "Tastes like strawberries on a summer evenin'/And it sounds just like a song/I want more berries and that summer feelin'/It's so wonderful and warm/ Breathe me in, breathe me out/I don't know if I could ever go without."

 

"Watermelon Sugar" is the second track on Styles' second album Fine Line.

 

Styles previously played coy about the song's meaning in an interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, who point-blank asked the former One-D star if it was about "the joys of mutually appreciated oral pleasure." Styles replied, "Is that what it's about? I don't know."

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"Easy on Me" is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter Adele for her upcoming fourth studio album, 30 (2021). It was released on 15 October 2021 by Columbia Records as the lead single from the album, marking the first release from the singer in nearly five years. "Easy on Me" was produced by American record producer Greg Kurstin, who also co-wrote the song with Adele. A minimally produced ballad, "Easy on Me" is set to a prominent, sombre piano, propelled by sparse bass beats. Expressing themes of nostalgia, regret, and forgiveness, the song's lyrics represent Adele's plea to her son, asking him to help her reorganise her life post-divorce. Adele is back and everyone is listening. The revered singer reclaims her rightful place on the National Radio Airplay charts this week, debuting at #14 with comeback single ‘Easy On Me’. It’s one of the highest chart debuts of 2021 so far, along with Ed Sheeran’s ‘Bad Habits’ (#3), Taylor Swift’s ‘Mr Perfectly Fine’ (#5) and The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber’s ‘Stay’ (#10). Having dropped at exactly 10am AEDT last Thursday, ‘Easy On Me’ racked up 109 spins within the first 24 hours of release, claiming 25 spins in the first hour. The single was playlisted by 31 metro and provincial outlets, including KIIS101.1 (36 spins), Nova 96.9 (35) and both smoothfm stations (46 combined)."Easy On Me" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #14.

Sound the alarms because Adele is officially back! Her forthcoming fourth studio album ’30’ is slated for a November 19 release, and it’s genuinely the most highly anticipated album since she released ’25’ in 2015. Opening this new chapter with the reflective and honest ballad ‘Easy On Me’, she sets the tone for the introspective look at divorce by immediately hitting you right in the heart.

Soulfully singing over tender piano chords, this melodramatic ballad revels in the minimalism of production, and instead allows her raw emotion to take centre stage. Exploring the lessons she’s learnt over the years she reflects on her childhood, her marriage, the divorce, and becoming a mother and what that means in the midst of everything. “Go easy on me, baby. I was still a child. Didn’t get the chance to feel the world around me. I had no time to choose what I chose to do. So go easy on me” she beautifully sings during the chorus.

‘Easy On Me’ is quintessential Adele. It’s everything you expect and want from her. It’s heartfelt, honest, vulnerable and heartbreaking. With a sense of hope and want to rebuild embedded in the song, this record is going to be so much more than just a heartbroken divorce album. Instead it’s going to be about her picking up the pieces and rediscovering who she is, and I for one am ready to go on this journey with her.
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EASY ON ME

Adele | SME

WATERMELON SUGAR

Harry Styles | SME

Easy On Me
Adele
New Entries:New Entries:
Woman
Doja Cat
Rain On Me
Lady Gaga + Ariana Grande

#46 - #87

#37 - #49

#39 - #57

#43 - #48

#47 - #55

#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
#10
Bad Habits
Ed Sheeran
Dreams
Jolyon Petch
Beggin'
Maneskin
Good 4 U
Olivia Rodrigo
Missing Piece
Vance Joy
Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)
Elton John & Dua Lipa
Shivers
Ed Sheeran
Stay
The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber
Iko Iko (My Bestie)
Justin Wellington ft. Small Jam

#42 - #65

Breaking Me
Topic ft. A7S

#55 - #60

Hot Debut
Greatest Gainer
Greatest Gainer

#51 - #86

Hot Debut
Someone You Loved
Lewis Capaldi
Love Tonight
SHOUSE
Black Magic
Jonasu
1 Wet Dream
Wet Leg | IND
2 Lunchtime
Spacey Jane | IND
3 Sweetness
Adam Newling | IND
4 Temper
Vera Blue | UMA
5 Nobody Has To Know
Thomas Headon | WMA
6 Cry
Headie One | SME
7 the man himself
Gang Of Youths | SME
8 I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)
Glass Animals | UMA
9 Skyward
Loser | IND
10 Stir the Pot
Caroline Claude | IND

#59 - #78

#63 - #96

Sweet But Psycho
Ava Max
Castles
Freya Ridings
Australian Music Report
Australian Top 10:
Triple J - Most Played:
Triple J - Most Played:
Triple J - Most Played:

#48 - #66

U&ME
alt- J
Shackles (Praise You)
Mary Mary

#38

Country Radio Airplay Top 10:Country Radio Airplay Top 10:
1 Country Style Music
Shelly Jones Band | Blue Shamrock Music
2 The Last Cheaters Waltz
Clelia Adams | Blue Shamrock Music
3 He Liked Horses More Than People
Lindsay Waddington | Kross Kut Records
4 God Took His Time On You
Casey Barnes | IND
5 Lying Next To You
Alan & Trace | Blue Shamrock Music
6 Kids On Cassette
The Wolfe Brothers | BMG
7 Lottery
Ashleigh Dallas | Check Label Services
8 For Love
Kirsty Lee Akers | Rider Records
9 I Used To Think I Was An Outlaw
Raechel Whitchurch ft. Kevin Bennett | Compass Bros Records
10 Hands
Lloyd Back | Kross Kut Records
Movers:Movers:
Love Not War
Jason Derulo + NUKA

#60

God Took His Time On You
Casey Barnes

#65 - #72

Watermelon Sugar
Harry Styles
Australian Radio Airplay Top Ten

#66 - #82

Don't Start Now
Dua Lipa
1 Stay
The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber | SME/UMA
2 Dreams
Jolyon Petch | IND
3 Iko Iko (My Bestie)
Justin Wellington ft. Small Jam | SME
4 Missing Piece
Vance Joy | WMA
5 Love Tonight
SHOUSE | IND
6 Cloudy Day
Tones And I | SME
7 Believer
Guy Sebastian | SME
8 God Took His Time On You
Casey Barnes | IND
9 the man himself
Gang Of Youths | SME
10 Falling Up
Dean Lewis | UMA
Just A Notion
ABBA
Shadows
Briggs ft. Troy Cassar-Daley
Who Are You
Craig David x MNEK
Halfway
Mimi Webb
Moth To A Flame
Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd
Weakness
Alice Ivy & Sycco
Fall Short
Fergus James
Let Me Go
Benny Benassi ft. Ne-Yo
Close Call
Greta Stanley
Spike The Punch
Alex Lahey

#72 - #97

Save Your Tears
The Weeknd + Ariana Grande
Happy
Pharrell Williams

#96

Sweetness
Adam Newling

#14

My Heart Goes (La Di Da)
Becky Hill x Topic

#77 - #85

#74 - #98

#83 - #89

Footloose
Kenny Loggins
Youngblood
5 Seconds Of Summer
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
Wham