Thinking Out Loud
Ed Sheeran I WMA

"Thinking Out Loud" is a song by English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, recorded for his second studio album, × (2014). It was written by Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge, and produced by frequent collaborator Jake Gosling. It was released in the US on 24 September 2014 as the album's third single. "Thinking Out Loud" is in its Eighty second week on the chart & has had increased radio airplay across the major radio networks & also plenty of rado adds to move it up the Chart. "Thinking Out Loud" moves up from #94 to #74, making a Jump of 20 places on The Hot 100, which makes "Thinking Out Loud", This Week's Power Hit..
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Dancing With A Stranger
Sam Smith & Normani CAP/EMI
It's the first week at the top of the Hot 100 Chart for Sam Smith & Normani's "Dancing With A Stranger" track, the has peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart. Outside the UK, the single has peaked within the top ten of the charts in Australia, Ireland, Malaysia, Norway, Singapore and Sweden.

"7 Minutes" by Dean Lewis which drops at #2 after two straight weeks at #1, while staying put at #3 is another former #1 in Mark Ronson's & Miley Cyrus's " Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" which spent two weeks at #1.

The second Top 10 entry this week for Ava Max is "Sweet But Psycho" holding at #4 for a fourth unbroken weeks, while also holding at #5 is the Lukas Grahan song "Love Someone", which keeps holding on with increased airplay. Pink is up two spots to #6 with her recent #2 peaking track "A Million Dreams", while dropping one spot down to #7 is a song by Scottish producer Calvin Harris and English singer and songwriter Rag'n'Bone Man "Giant" which spent the past two weeks in the Top five. While entering the Top ten for the first time is Imagine Dragons up eight places to #8 with Bad Liar and gives Imagine Dragons it's fourth Top Ten in Australia, rebounding one spot is Rita Ora with her former #1 " Let You Love Me" to #9 and also re-entering the Top Ten up one place as well is Loud Luxury with "Body" featuring the vocals of brando, which moves up to #10.

Kian just issued a new single on Friday called "Childism", and his current chart entry "Waiting" climbs seven spots to a new peak of #12 this week.
Ellie Goulding & Diplo featuring Swae Lee moves up six places at #13 with "Close To Me".
Dominic Fike and his first entry "3 Nights" climbs into the Top 20 by moving up nine places to #15.
Rebounding up the chart is James Arthur & Anne Marie with "Rewrite The Stars" climbs back up nine places to an equal peak of #17.
George Ezra's "Hold My Girl" moves four places to a new peak of #25.
Lauren Daigle and her first entry "You Say" climbs into the Top 40 by moving up six places to #37.
The Struts featuring Kesha climb the chart this week with "Body Talks" up Nineteen places to a new peak of #41.
Martin Garrix featuring Khalid rebounds four places with "Ocean" to #46.
Baker Boy gains a new peak at #49 for "Cool As Hell" which becomes his highest charting song on the Hot 100, beating "Marryuna" & "Mr. La Di Da Di".
Back up twelve spots to #55 is "In My Mind" for Dynoro & Gigi D'Agostino .
Jumping into the Top 60 for the first time is the new Lauv & Troye Sivan track "i'm so tired...", rising five spots to land at a new peak of #57.
Climbing back up The Hot 100 is the Portugal. The Man track "Feel It Still" (HP-5), back up five places to No.63.
Climbing up this week is the Ed Sheeran track "Thinking Out Loud" (HP-1), rising up twenty places to #74.
DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber move back up the chart with "Let Me Love You" (HP-1), moving up eight places to #78.
The Anne-Marie track "2002" (HP-2) is back up nine places to #84.
The Bring Me The Horizon re-entry from last week "medicine" is up four spots to a #88.

We have two songs leaving the Top 10 this week is the Halsey track "Without Me" (HP-9, WI10-4), last week drops down seven to #16 this week.
The Second song to leave the Top 10 this week is the Marshmello & Bastill track "Happier" (HP-1, (WI10-14), last week drops down eleven to #18 this week.
One of Last weeks biggest movers on The Hot 100 was "Anxiety" for Julia Michaels & Selena Gomez, which this week falls back down five places to #22.
Morgan Evans drops down seven places to #35 with his former No.1 "Day Drunk" after 26 weeks within the Top 30, this is close to its lowest chart position ever as it originally debuted at #47.
The 5 Seconds Of Summer track "Yougblood"  (HP-1) is down Ten to #48.
Silk City & Dua Lipa fall thirteen spots to #52 with "Electricty".
The collaboration between Gesaffelstein and The Weeknd with "Lost in the Fire" tumbles down twelve spots to #56.
Kygo & Imagine Dragons drops down fourteen places to #61 with "Born To Be Yours".
Shawn Mendes has only two tracks, on this weeks chart & one of them is "In My Blood", which drops Fourteen places to #80.
Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey's "The Middle" stumbles down thirteen places to rest at #83.
RUFUS DU SOL's track "Treat You Better" falls Twelve places to #85.
Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug falls down Twenty Seven places to #90 with her first No.1 here "Havana", which has out lasted her second #1 "Never Be The Same" for the amount of time on the Hot 100.
Florence + The Machine's track "Moderation" is down  to #91.
Amy Shark's JJJ100 resurge last week for "I Said Hi" is over as it drops back down Sixteen spots to land at No.93.
The Alice Merton track "Why So Serious" drops down Forty four places to #98.
Adele' track "Rolling In The Deep" falls down thirteen places to #100.

#40 - What Are You Waiting For by Fergus James

#42 - Woke Up Late by Drax Project is a four piece New Zealand band that formed in 2014, the band came to prominence in 2018 with the single "Woke Up Late", which was certified platinum by RIANZ. In January 2019, a new version of "Woke Up Late" was released, featuring American singer Hailee Steinfeld

#44 - On My Way by Sheppard is an Australian indie pop band from Brisbane, formed in 2009.  The track is dripping with Sheppard’s textbook gang vocals, four-on-the-floor grooves and overall pop goodness. Co-written and co-produced by Jon Hume, There’s no telling how far this single will go at radio. Former #1 ‘Geronimo’ took four weeks to crack the airplay chart’s Top 10, while ‘Coming Home’ did it in just three.

#47 - Who Do You Love by The Chainsmokers & 5 Seconds Of Summer, t's a collaboration that sounds incredible just on paper... 5SOS and The Chainsmokers together on one song! The two groups revealed the news after posting mysterious teaser videos on social media, tagging the other in them.

#62 - Talk is a song by American singer Khalid. It was released on February 7, 2019 as the first single from his upcoming second studio album. It was produced by English electronic duo Disclosure.

#65 - bury a friend by Billie Eilish

#72 - Losing It is a song by Australian producer Fisher and co-produced by Chris Lake, released as a single on 13 July 2018 through Catch & Release and Astralwerks. It reached number one on the Australian Club Tracks chart and the US Dance Club Songs chart, and also charted in Flanders and the top 25 of the US Dance/Electronic Songs chart. It was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, held in February 2019. It was voted number two in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2018.

#77 - Nobody's Home by Mallrat & Basenji, Fresh from her hit single ‘Groceries’ coming in at #7 on the triple j Hottest 100 and being certified Gold by ARIA, Australia’s future of pop music Mallrat releasesd the effervescent new single, ‘Nobody’s Home’ featuring production from boundary-pushing producer Basenji.
What Are We Waiting For
Fergus James MUSHROOM

"What Are We Waiting For" is a song recorded by Australian singer-songwriter Fergus James. The song was written by Fergus James, Pip Norman & Mike Waters, and produced by Pip Norman & Mixed by Eric J. It was released on February 1, 2019 via Mushroom. "What Are We Waiting For" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #40.

Fergus James has built up quite the resume in his few years in the industry. The 19-year-old singer-songwriter wowed Justin Timberlake in 2016 with a performance at his high school, and in 2018 opened for Ed Sheeran on the biggest stadium tour Australia has ever seen.

James’ second single ‘What Are We Waiting For’ is an infectious radio-ready anthem co-written/produced by Pip Norman (Troye Sivan, CXLOE) and mixed by Eric J (Flume, Chet Faker). It was the most-played song on triple j over the summer period and currently sits on high rotation.

Nova’s head of music Scott Baker-Smith last year named the Mushroom artist in his list of Aussie artists to watch in 2019. While Nova is yet to bite on this new single, Hit105 Brisbane recently playlisted the track on arvos/weekends.

James will to hit the stage on his debut headline tour in March, playing shows in his hometown of Armidale as well as Sydney and Melbourne.
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Power Hit
Hot Debut
Most Added To Radio:Most Added To Radio:
1 Money
Lime Cordiale | CHUGG/MGM
2 Not Angry Anymore
Thelma Plum | WMA 
3 G.A.L.
Touch Sensitive ft. Daniel Wilson | FC  
4 Childism
KIAN | EMI    
5 Pressure To Party
Julia Jacklin | MUSHROOM 
6 Movies
Circa Waves | INERTIA
7 Daisy
Pond | CAR/UMA  
8 Opps
Ebhoni | IND 
9 Knock Me Off My Feet
10 still feel.
half-alive | RCA/SME
1 7 Minutes
Dean Lewis | ISL/UMA
2 Waiting
3 Before I Go
Guy Sebastian | SME
4 Sugar
Peking Duk & Jack River| SME
5 Lie To Me
5 Sconds Of Summer ft. Julia Michaels | CAP/EMI
6 1999
Charli XCX & Troye Sivan| ATL/WMA
7 Day Drunk
Morgan Evans | WMA
8 Leave Me Lonely
Hilltop Hoods | HTH/UMA
9 What Are We Waiting For
Fergus James | MUSHROOM
10 On My Way
Sheppard | CHUGG/MGM
1 Who Do You Love
The Chainsmokers ft. 5 Seconds Of Summer
2 Talk
3 break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored
Ariana Grande
4 Juice
5 Hold My Girl
George Ezra
6 So Close
NOTD & Felix Jaehn ft. Georgia Ku & Captain Cuts
7 bury a friend
Billie Eilish
8 You Say
Lauren Daigle
9 Something Tells Me
Meg Mac
10 Childism
Dumb Blonde
Avril Lavigne ft Nicki Minaj
Betty Who
I Can't Have Nice Things
Cold In LA
Why Don't We
Zedd & Katy Perry
Love Me Anyway
Conrad Sewell
Please Me
Cardi B & Bruno Mars
11 Minutes
YUNGBLUD & Halsey ft. Travis Barker
Last Hurrah
Bebe Rexha
Twenty One Pilots