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“Didn't I” is a song recorded by American pop rock band OneRepublic for their upcoming fifth studio album "Wanted". It was released on March 13, 2020. The song was written by Ryan Tedder, Brent Kutzle, Zach Skelton, James Abrahart & Kyrre Gorvell-Dahlland produced by Ryan Tedder, Brent Kutzle & John Nathaniel. This next single off of OneRepublic’s fifth album Human features a piano based melody in contrast to earlier singles Rescue Me (dance based) and Wanted (string influenced.) It also runs longer, at almost four minutes. Its theme centers around a lost relationship, asking “tell me why good things have to die?”
"Didn't I" is This Week's
Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #24.

The wait is over! OneRepublic’s long-awaited 5th album is called Human and it drops on May 8. The band marked the announcement by releasing a ballad called “Didn’t I.” And it’s probably their best single since “Counting Stars.” Why? Well, it’s a sucker-punch straight to the heart. “Never thought we’d ever have to go without, take you over anybody else — hands down,” Ryan Tedder sings about an ex. “We’re the type of melody that don’t fade out.” Instead of bitterness or blame, the chorus celebrates the good times.

Ryan revealed that the song was inspired by a friend’s divorce in an interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music. “I had this idea that when you marry somebody or you choose to be with them, it’s because you’ve had a lot of beautiful moments and somewhere the discord gets in,” OneRepublic’s frontman explained. “But then once you have the distance, and it does break up, and you do go through that divorce, you still have those moments. You look back and you go, you know what? This ended in a disaster, but weren’t we amazing, when we were amazing?”
Australian Music Report
Power Hit
Hot Debut
Country Radio Airplay Top 10:Country Radio Airplay Top 10:
1 Sparks Fly
Casey Barnes | IND
2 Diamonds
Morgan Evans | WMA
3 Give Me Tonight
Brad Cox | SME
4 Spectacular Heartbreak
Hayley Marsten | IND
5 Weekend
Travis Collins | UMA
6 Gaslighter
Dixie Chicks | SME
7 Beer Can't Fix
Thomas Rhett ft. Jon Pardi | UMA
8 My Favourite
Denvah | IND
9 Ridin' Roads
Dustin Lynch | IND
10 God Whispered Your Name
Keith Urban | UMA
Thinking About You
Press Club | IND
1 Dizzy
Azure Ryder | UMA
2 Freaks
Fisher | IND
3 Diva
The Kid Laroi ft. Lil Tecca | SME
4 Bad Child
Tones And I | SME
5 Skin
Spacey Jane | IND
6 4AEM
Grimes | IND
7 More Life
Torren Foot | IND
8 The Difference
Flume ft. Toro Y Moi | IND
9 Running Red Lights
The Avalanches ft. River Cuomo & Pink Siifu | UMA
10 2560
Becca Hatch | IND
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1 Bad Child
Tones And I | SME
2 Never Seen The Rain
Tones And I | SME
3 Old Me
5 Seconds Of Summer | UMA
4 Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
Sgt Slick | UMA
5 Choir
Guy Sebastian | SME
6 Live In Life
The Rubens | IND
7 Youngblood
5 Seconds Of Summer | UMA
8 This City
Sam Fischer | SME
9 Against The Water
Kita Alexander | WMA
10 Dizzy
Azure Ryder | UMA


OneRepublic l UMA


Rita Ora l WMA

#24: Didn't I
#34: In Your Eyes
The Weeknd
New Entries:New Entries:
Don't You (Forget About Me)
Simple Minds
How To Be Lonely
Rita Ora
Azure Ryder
The Difference
Flume ft. Toro y Moi
The Kid Laroi ft. Lil Tecca

#57 - #32

#64 - #55

#67 - #58

#74 - #60

#72 - #62

#81 - #73

The Other Side
SZA & Justin Timberlake
Ride It
Blinding Lights
The Weeknd
Say So
Doja Cat
Stupid Love
Lady Gaga
Justin Bieber ft. Quavo
Adore You
Harry Styles
Don't Start Now
Dua Lipa
What A Man Gotta Do
Jonas Brothers
Conan Gray
Triple J Most Played:Triple J Most Played:
#70: Coffee For Your Head
POWFU ft. beabadoobee
#83: Look Into My Eyes
#85: Freaks
There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
Shawn Mendes

#94 - #79

#73 - #67

Spacey Jane
The Covid-19 Anthem (The Coronavirus Song)
Foxie Balboa
I Love You's
Hailee Steinfeld
Harry Styles
Break Up Song
Little Mix
Baker Boy
Break My Heart
Dua Lipa
5 Seconds Of Summer
Somebody Like You
Part Ways
Lazy J
Last Time I Say Sorry
Kane Brown & John Legend
"How To Be Lonely" is a song by British singer Rita Ora, released as a single through Atlantic Records UK on 13 March 2020. The song was written by Lewis Capaldi, Peter Rycroft & Thomas Mann and produced by Lostboy, Tom Mann & aboutagirl. Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi wrote "How to Be Lonely", but felt he was "Terrible" at singing it, so he gave the song to Ora

"How to Be Lonely" is a mid-tempo ballad in which Ora sings about "battling insecurity and lack of self-worth". Ora has herself spoken about the making of the song, stating that the "song is inspired by lots of different periods of my [Ora's] life; times where I've come to realize that we're all valuable people, something we should cherish, and that while connections are important, we don't ever need the approval of others".
"How To Be Lonely" has gained increased airplay across the Nova Network & also Hit Network stations.& plus airplay on some of major regional radio networks as well. "How To Be Lonely", moves from #57 to #32, making a Jump of 24 places on The Hot 100, which makes "How To Be Lonely" This Week's
Power Hit.

Rita Ora returns with Lewis Capaldi penned new single

British pop star Rita Ora seems to be kicking off the campaign for her third LP. She dropped her sophomore effort Phoenix back in 2018, which included hits like ‘Anywhere’ and ‘Let You Love Me’, and ever since we have heard her on a couple of collaborations, including ‘Ritual’ with dj Tiësto. Her brand new single ‘How To Be Lonely’ was written by a team including Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi, who released hits like ‘Someone You Loved’ and ‘Before You Go’.

It is not the first time that Rita Ora releases a single co-written by one of the most popular singer-songwriters of the moment: Ed Sheeran was one of the writers of her 2017 single ‘Your Song’. Just like ‘Your Song’, ‘How To Be Lonely’ is a proper pop tune first and foremost, with a massive sing-and-clap-along type of chorus. Ora’s vocals sound slightly more rough and less polished than they normally do, which suit the loneliness in the lyrics. Is ‘How To Be Lonely’ one of Rita’s best singles to date? Not really, it is a tad too generic and repetitive to call it that, but it is still a bop that could easily become another large hit for her.