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One Kiss
Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa I COL/SME

One Kiss" is a song by Scottish record producer Calvin Harris and English singer Dua Lipa. Written by Lipa, Jessie Reyez and its producer Harris, it was released by Columbia Records and Sony Music on 6 April 2018. It reached number three on the The Hot 100 Singles Chart on 24 May 2018, a month after debuting at number Twenty Six. "One Kiss" was included on the complete edition of Lipa’s eponymous debut studio album. . "One Kiss" is in its Forty First week on the chart & increased radio airplay across the major radio networks & also plenty of rado adds that made it rebound back up the Chart. "One Kiss" moves up from #99 to #45, making a Jump of 54 places on The Hot 100, which makes "One Kiss", This Week's Power Hit.

Electronic dance hitmaker Calvin Harris has returned with another taste of what he’s aiming for during this era of his career with a new single featuring one of the hottest names in pop music in the world.

Harris has chosen vocalist and relative newcomer Dua Lipa to lend her considerable talents to his single “One Kiss”.

Dua Lipa’s star has been on the rise for a year or so now, and partnering with a superstar like Calvin Harris on a new single is a great way to hopefully keep her name on the charts and stay present in people’s minds as her debut album, which she has been promoting for a long time now (as far as most pop albums go) reaches the end of its cycle. The British singer’s only other 2018 release, “IDGAF,” has become a certified hit in many territories, including the U.K., where it peaked at No. 3.

While her album and her current single are both still doing well in the U.K. and in other places all around the world, it’s only a matter of time before they drift down charts everywhere, but hopefully, “One Kiss” will be toward the top by that point, which buys her some time while she plans the next stage of her career.

With two singles out now, it’s likely that Harris is working toward a full-length album, though eh hasn’t hinted at one, and he has mentioned ditching the format in the past, so anything is possible when it comes to the Scottish artist.
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Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
Mark Ronson ft. Miley Cyrus l COL/SME

Nothing Breaks Like A Heart takes over the #1 spot, giving Mark Ronson his second #1 on the Hot 100 & moves up from #10 last week, dropping from her peak at #1 last week down to #2 is  Ariana Grande with thank u, next, which is a motivational narrative powered by pettiness". She also remarked the song works beautifully around how unbothered it is "here is pettiness for mostly good with a dash of evil, subverting the traditional spurned lover subtweet of the sort preferred by an artist like Taylor Swift. Not all music that comes out of heartbreak has to be introspective, but it is often so much better when it is. Fame rushes people towards a sort of forced maturity in many ways. Pettiness, when used for good, is quite powerful." Moving Up from #5 to #3 is Marshmello featuring Bastille with Happier, which during the christmas-new year period, was able to peak at #1, giving Marshmello his first #1 in Australia. Now at #4 up from #6 is Lukas Graham with Love Someone, which from the bands second album titled 3 (The Purple Album) and is oonly Lukas Graham's second Top Ten Single in Australia. Now dropping from #2 to #5 is former #1, Let You Love Me from Rita Ora, which became Rita's first #1 in Australia & is fourth single lifted from album "Phoenix".

Sweet But Psycho from Ava Max moves up to #6 from #7, Every so often, an up-and-coming artist appears with a perfect storm of a song that swiftly leads them chart domination. Most recently Dean Lewis found himself in this position with Be Alright, spending Twenty Eight weeks in the Top 40, and counting and it now looks like it's the turn of American-born Ava Max. Max is having a moment making waves as one of the most exciting new acts right now, with her own brand of pop offering theatrical tracks with seriously strong hooks. Next Dropping from his peak at #3 to #7 is Guy Sebastian with Before I Go, 'Before I Go' brings the singer songwriter's vocals and soaring delivery to an emotive and captivating place, setting the tone and anticipation around his forthcoming new music." He added: "The new song is about self belief and taking control of your own destiny and legacy regardless of the limitations people or obstacles in your path may place over you". Next moving up from #9 to #8 is Pink with her re-working of A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman re-imagined, Originally sung by Zif Zaifman, Hugh Jackman, and Michelle Williams, P!nk steps her game up with the rendition of “A Million Dreams”, which found its own place on The Greatest Showman: Reimagined album, featuring covers of classics from 2017s' Academy Award nominated film, The Greatest Showman.The track received a commercial success reaching the peak of number 11 in the United Kingdom being placed higher than the original recording. Loud Luxury featuring Brando rebound back into the Top Ten up from #11 to #9 with Body, While attending a different act's showcase in Hollywood, Loud Luxury noticed Brando, who was part of the opening band. They emailed Brando and his manager, and eventually were presented with a hip hop demo Brando had been working on called "Body On My", which they called "silly" with a "DJ Mustard, strip-club anthem vibe". They still enjoyed Brando's vocals, so reworked the track, speeding it up and layering "emotional chords" underneath the vocal track. Lastly In the Top Ten dropping from #8 to #10 is former #1, Promises from Calvin Harris & Sam Smith, Both artists co-wrote the song with Canadian singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez, who also provided additional vocals. “Promises” is the third single from Harris as the lead artist in 2018, following “Nuh Ready Nuh Ready” and “One Kiss.” The song marks the first time that Harris and Smith have collaborated. Smith tweeted that “it has always been a dream of mine to work with @calvinharris and I’m so proud and in love with this song. I had so much fun writing this tune with Calvin and @Jessiereyez and I hope you can hear that. Turn it up and let’s dance our way into tonight.”

GIANT
Calvin Harris & Rag'n'Bone Man COL/SME

"Giant" is a song by Scottish producer Calvin Harris and English singer and songwriter Rag'n'Bone Man. It was released on 11 January 2019 through Columbia Records. It is Rag'n'Bone Man's first single as a lead artist since 2017's "Broken People" from the soundtrack of Bright, a collaboration with American rapper Logic. It was written by Adam Wiles, Rory Graham, Jamie Hartman & Troy Miller and produced by Calvin Harris. "Giant" was released in Australia, on Jamuary 11, 2019 by Columbia Records & Sony Music Entertainment. "Giant" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #36.

Calvin Harris recruited soul singer Rag’n’Bone Man for his lush new single “Giant.” The producer blends standard EDM touches - pulsating synths, house beats - with organic flourishes like brass, strings, piano and vocal chants.

Rag’n’Bone Man sings about addiction and redemption throughout the colorful track. “I understood loneliness before I knew what it was/Saw the pills on your table for your unrequited love,” he belts. “I would be nothing without you holding me up/Now I’m strong enough for both us, both of us, both of us, both of us.”


“Giant” is Harris’ first single of 2019, following a series of collaborative tracks from last year: “Promises” with Sam Smith, “One Kiss” featuring Dua Lipa, “Nuh Ready Nuh Ready” with PartyNextDoor, the Normai team-ups “Slow Down” and “Checklist” and “I Found You” with Benny Blanco. Harris, who issued his fifth solo LP, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, in 2017, recently recorded an acoustic version of “I Found You” with Blanco and Miguel.
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1 Wow.
Post Malone | REPUBLIC/UMA
2 Crushed
CLEWS | WL/SME
3 still feel.
half-alive | UMA
4 Breathe
CamelPhat & Cristoph ft. Jem Cooke | SME
5 Throw It Back
Manu Crook$ ft. B Wise | IND
6 Slide
Hi Life ft. Harvie | FC
7 New Direction
Sloan Peterson | IND
8 Friends
Jai Waetford | SME
9 CLOUDS.
Kwame | IND
10 Real Tight
Methyl Ethel | RC/INERTIA
1 Before I Go
Guy Sebastian | SME
2 Day Drunk
Morgan Evans | WMA
3 1999
Charli XCX & Troye Sivan| ATL/WMA
4 Be Alright
Dean Lewis | ISL/UMA
5 Waiting
KIAN | EMI
6 Lie To Me
5 Sconds Of Summer ft. Julia Michaels | CAP/EMI
7 Leave Me Lonely
Hilltop Hoods | HTH/UMA
8 Youngblood
5 Seconds Of Summer | CAP/EMI
9 All Loved Up
Amy Shark | WL/SME
10 Changing
Conrad Sewell| SME
1 Dancing With A Stranger
Sam Smith & Normani
2 Giant
Calvin Harris & Rag'n'Bone Man
3 Lie To Me
5 Seconds Of Summer ft. Julia Michaels
4 The Greatest Show
Panic! At The Disco
5 Wow.
Post Malone
6 Lost In The Fire
Gesaffelstein ft. The Weeknd
7 Treat You Better
RUFUS DU SOL
8 Why So Serious
Alice Merton
9 Tequila
Dan + Shay
10 Old Man
Stella Donnelly
Sugar
Peking Duk & Jack River
Loner
Yungblud
Miss Your Love
John Butler Trio
Twerk
City Girls ft. Cardi B
Last Night
GRAACE
7 Minutes
Dean Lewis
Big Plans
Why Don't We
Electrico Romantico
Bob Sinclar ft. Robbie Williams
Almost (Sweet Music)
Hozier
Don't Fence Me In Me
Labrinth