"Lose Control" is a song by Italian production trio Meduza, English singer Becky Hill and British production trio Goodboys, released as a single by Virgin Records on 11 October 2019. It reached number 14 on the UK Singles Chart. "Lose Control" was gaining plenty of Support from both KIIS Sydney & Melbourne, as well as Nova ATB Playlist addition's, as well as adds on Grant Broadcasters & Ace Radio Network. "Lose Control" moves from #64 to #31, making a Jump of 33 places on The Hot 100, which makes "Lose Control", This Week's Power Hit..

Global artist Meduza returns with Goodboys to collaborate with chart-topping singer-songwriter Becky Hill on the intoxicating new single ‘Lose Control’, which is out now.

The now-iconic signature sound of Meduza immediately draws anticipation, as the emotive and powerful vocals and songwriting from Becky weaves through the smooth and effortless cool of Goodboys harmonies and adlibs.

It follows on from the global summer smash ‘Piece Of Your Heart’, a track that has clocked up over 600 million streams and 69 million YouTube hits since its release. The song is multi platinum and gold worldwide, including in the UK selling over 900,000 units and peaking at #2 in the UK Singles Charts and #1 in the US Dance Charts.

ithin a few weeks of release, the single was added to the Radio 1 A-List, amassing over 60,000 plays on UK radio alone. It also featured as Spotify’s 16th most streamed track this summer globally and hit #1 on the Apple Music & iTunes, placing top positions on Capital Radio’s Big Top40, Spotify UK and Shazam UK charts. The debut single from the production trio remains one of the biggest hits of 2019 to date.

British Artist and Songwriter Becky Hill is one of the UK’s upcoming stars and hitmakers, known for her heartfelt, powerful vocals and songwriting on tracks like 2019’s breakthrough solo hit ‘I Could Get Used This’, recent top ten hit ‘Wish You Well’ (With Sigala), worldwide hit ‘False Alarm’ (with Matoma), certified platinum hits UK #1 single ‘Gecko (Overdrive)’ (with Oliver Heldens) and top ten hit ‘Afterglow’ (with Wilkinson) and 2018’s UK top 20 gold certified hit ‘Back & Forth’ (with MK and Jonas Blue), Becky’s second collaboration with MK, following the pair’s success with their 2016 Gold certified hit ‘Piece of Me’.

After an electric debut with Meduza, Goodboys who featured on ‘Piece Of Your Heart’ style their signature vocal hooks throughout with a harmonic tone, perfectly balancing the energy of the track and further cementing reputation as one of the most in-demand artists in dance music through their understanding of how to write incredibly catchy hooks to mesmerize the audience into repeating as soon as the first listen.

The follow up to one of the biggest songs of the year, ‘Lose Control’ sees three of the most in-demand acts in dance music come together for what’s set to be another global sensation.
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"Diamonds" is a song by Australian country music singer and songwriter Morgan Evas. It was released on 8 November 2019 through Warner Records, as the first single from his as-yet-untitled third studio album.The song was written by Evans,
Evan "Kidd" Bogart, its producer Chris DeStefano. "Diamonds" It’s is a fun love song, but deeper than that it celebrates that journey, from lost to found. "Diamonds" is This Week's
Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #54.

International star Morgan Evans is sporting some new bling with the release of his latest single 'Diamonds', available everywhere now.
Before kicking off an exciting season of globe-trotting for his headlining world tour, Evans used a live band for the first time to record the song which he co-wrote with Chris Destefano and Evan 'Kidd' Bogart at Nashville's Southern Ground studios. He and Destefano, who also co-produced the track, then put finishing touches on the production 10,000 miles away in Evans' native country of Australia.

"I wrote 'Diamonds' for my wife and I'm so stoked to release it as a single," Evans shared. "It's a fun love song, but deeper than that it celebrates that journey from lost to found you feel when you meet that person and everything changes forever.

"I handpicked my dream band for the session and I can hear each of their personalities in the record. It just sounds really fresh to me, I'm really proud of that and I can't wait to start playing it live!"

With a career-total of 375 million career global streams to date, "The Nashville Sensation"(People) is known for his thrilling, one-of-a-kind performances and he continues to share his acclaimed live show with audiences on his 2019 headline world tour spanning eight countries.

The tour included a run of UK dates in September which saw him play a sold out show at London's O2 Academy Islington, as well as nights in Glasgow and Liverpool.

Morgan has been celebrating the release of his critically-lauded Warner Music Nashville debut album, Things That We Drink To, which showcased "sheer talent", raved Taste of Country and "stellar guitar work [and] elements of rootsy country with arena rock and catchy pop hooks", praised MusicRow.

From chart-topping success with the gold-certified US hit single 'Kiss Somebody', followed by a 23-week #1 with 'Day Drunk' in Australia, countless awards and headline and support tours around the globe, it won't be long before the whole world calls Evans a Country music superstar.

Australian-born Warner Music Nashville breakout artist Morgan Evans' latest single 'Diamonds' is the first new music shared with fans since his 2018 U.S. debut Things That We Drink To, which arrived in the Top 10 on Billboard's Country Albums chart.

Forging a path as one of the genre's most promising up-and-coming stars, he was named to People's elite 'Ones To Watch' list, MusicRow's 'Next Big Thing' list and spotlighted as an emerging artist by CMT, SiriusXM, Pandora, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Bobby Bones, The Tennessean and more.

He is an award-winning country force in Australia, and he most recently reached new heights by topping both the Aussie Pop and Country charts with the single 'Day Drunk'.

Morgan Evans' unyielding ambition has led him across the globe previously sharing the bill with the likes of Taylor Swift, Dan + Shay, Cole Swindell, Old Dominion and more recently Rascal Flatts, as well as conquering his own headline tours and slots at international festivals including the UK's pioneering country festival C2C.
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Power Hit
Hot Debut
Most Added To Radio:Most Added To Radio:
1 Diamonds
Morgan Evans | WMA
2 Lose Control
Meduza, Becky Hill & Goodboys | NEON/UMA
3 RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)
Black Eyed Peas & Jay Balvin | EPIC/SME
4 Slow Dance
AJ Mitchell ft. Ava Max | EPIC/SME
5 Purple Hat
Sofi Tukker | IND
6 Turn Me On
Riton & Oliver Heldens ft. Vula | SME
7 Ludens
Bring Me The Horizon | RCA/SME
8 Slave
JIM ALXNDR ft. Angie McMahon | IND
9 Kiss & Tell
AJ Tracey & Skepta | IND
10 Kill Me With Your Love
Jaguar Jonze | IND
everything i wanted
Billie Eillish
Let Me Drink
Guy Sebastian ft. The HamilTones & Wale
Up All Night
Tongue Tied
Marshmello x YUNGBLUD x blackbear
Lover (Remix)
Taylor Swift ft. Shawn Mendes
Give Me Tonight
Brad Cox
R3HAB x ZAYN x Jungle Boi
When We’re Both Old & Mad
Paul Kelly & Kasey Chambers
Living Proof
Camila Cabello
The Veronicas
Thinking About You
Press Club | IND
1 Lose Control
Meduza, Becky Hill & Goodboys | UMA
2 Silver
3 Talk Deep
E^st | WMA
4 Find An Island
5 Crazy
Dune Rats | IND
6 Better Than Ever
Flight Facilities ft. Aloe Blacc | IND
7 It Might Be Time
Tame Impala | UMA
8 Ludens
Bring Me The Horizon | SME
9 Braindead
Piero Pirupa | IND
10 Save It For The Weekend
Skegss | UMA
Lizzo ft Ariana Grande I WMA

This Week, Lizzo moves up two places to #1 with "Good As Hell", which is her first single to make it to #1 in Australia, with the help of Ariana Grande's help on the remix of "Good As Hell" it is inspirational and motivational qualities, saying "the song is the anthem of both the night itself and of life in preparation for it: the saint that comes to you in the mirror when the lighting is bad, or the hair won't move the way you want it to, or when you've tried on all of the outfits and none of them seem right". Maroon 5 moves up five places to #2 with "Memories", The song has a low-key rock sound as frontman Adam Levine pays homage to the memories of a loved one who has since passed. “This song is for anyone who has ever experienced loss,” Levine shared on Twitter along with the new song. “In other words, this song is for all of us.”

Now Up five places to #3 is Regard with "Ride It", which is getting a second chance Stateside, becasue of a house remix by Regard — tempo pushed higher, vocals pitched lower, but otherwise faithful to the Jay Sean original — which topped the Spotify viral chart in the U.S. “When a hit’s a hit, you can’t hold it down,” Sean says happily. “It wanted to be a hit in the first place.” This week is Dan + Shay featuring Justin Bieber drops two places to #4 with "10,000 Hours", 10,000 Hours debuted at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100. In its first full week of tracking, it received 33.3 million streams, and became the highest-charting non-holiday country song in the history of the streaming chart at #3. Our first new Entry into the Top Ten, which comes from Dua Lipa, who moves up fourteen places to #5 with " Don't Start Now", the track is "a super-infectious disco burner", noting "a Chic flavour to the songwriting, given a chrome-plated 2019 overhaul.

This Week, the Jonas Brothers drop two places to #6 with their former #1 "Only Human", which is their second #1 in Australia, the airplay has started to drop off now, but now the Jonas Brothers, have two #1's in Australia on the airplay charts, it's reggae beat works surprisingly well and is one of those cross genre songs and not something you to expect from The Jonas Brothers, but it has worked out well for them. Now down one place to #7 is Post Malone with "Circles", There is certainly the potential for Post Malone to rack up another big hit on the Hot 100 with “Circles,” even if he doesn’t ‘change the game’ by any means. Now we have our second new entry into the Top Ten, which comes from Freya Ridings, with "Castles", which after Thirteen weeks outside the Top Ten, moves up four places to #8, "Castles" is a song by British singer-songwriter Freya Ridings. It was released as a single on 30 May 2019, through record labels Good Soldier Songs and Capitol Records, as the fifth single from her debut studio album "Freya Ridings" & is her first to make it into the Top Ten of Australian Radio Airplay.  Now Tones and I moves up one place to #9 with "Never Seen The Rain", is a song by Australian singer Tones and I, released on 16 July 2019 as the third single from Tones and I's debut EP The Kids Are Coming. Upon release Tones and I said "It's about people who live the same repetitive life in fear of failure. So, they never try." The Byron Bay busker-turned-solo artist blew the doors of Unearthed with her first two songs, 'Johnny Run Away' and 'Dance Monkey'. Her latest, 'Never Seen The Rain', retains her keen pop sensibilities but wraps those distinctive vocals into an uplifting chorus. Now Ed Sheeran featuring Camila Cabello & Cardi B is back into the Top Ten, once again with "South Of The Border", which moves up three places to #10, Ed Sheeran's No. 6 Collaborations Project has been on everyone's playlist since it was released on July 12.
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1 Never Seen The Rain
Tones And I | SME
2 Dance Monkey
Tones And I | SME
3 Choir
Guy Sebastian | SME
4 Teeth
5 Seconds Of Summer | EMI
5 Selfish
Jessica Mauboy | SME
6 Better Than Ever
Flight Facilities ft. Aloe Blacc | IND
7 Lean On Me
Illy ft. Robinson | SME
8 Rushing Back
Flume ft. Vera Blue | FC
9 The Greatest Mistakes
Birds of Tokyo | UMA
10 Little Things
Jessica Mauboy | SME


Morgan Evans| WMA


Meduza, Becky Hill & Goodboys | UMA

#54: Diamonds
Morgan Evans
#68: Now I'm In It
#74: Crazy
Dune Rats
#76: Ludens
Bring Me The Horizon
New Entries:New Entries:
Lose Control
Meduza, Becky Hill & Goodboys
Don't Start Now
Dua Lipa
Catch Feelings
Drax Project ft. Six60
Dermot Kennedy
Hurts 2B Human
P!nk ft. Khalid

#64 -#31

#19 -#5

#47 -#38

#52 -#43

#86 -#53

#78 -#58

Don't You
(Forget About Me)
Simple Minds
Calvin Harris & Sam Smith

#74 -#61

Can't Stop The Feeling!
Justin Timberlake
So Easy
Triple One ft. Matt Corby & Kwame

#77 -#65

#100 -#88

#83 -#75

San Cisco