Ava Max Scores ‘Sweet’ Success Atop Dance Club Songs Chart

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The pop newcomer earns her first No. 1 on a Billboard dance survey.

Ava Max earns her first No. 1 on a Billboard dance chart, rising 2-1 on the Feb. 2-dated version of Dance Club Songs together with her breakthrough hit "Sweet But Psycho." The monitor was remixed by Morgan Page, Paul Morrell and Dirty Disco, amongst others.

DJ Manolo (actual identify Manny Ferreiros), resident at Ocean Resort Casino's HQ2 Nightclub in Atlantic City, New Jersey, tells Billboard, "The monitor has a strong remix bundle, to not point out that her vocals are very catchy and well-sung. Initially, I jumped on the Morgan Page remix as I actually preferred the vocal remedy. The melodic touches and most important lead are very uplifting, which actually offers the monitor a whole lot of driving, peak-time power."

Manolo continues, "The Paul Morrell remix has additionally labored very properly for me. It's a bit darker with a thick bassline and a darker lead, which has additionally labored. Plus, the Dirty Disco remix actually offers the monitor a special feeling with the drum programming, giving it a tribal feeling, mixed with the layered piano chords and synth stabs, making it actually work for me as a peak-time monitor, in addition to late-night."

Milwaukee native singer-songwriter Max leads the Emerging Artists chart for a second week and climbs to a brand new peak on the Pop Songs airplay chart (24-23) and the Billboard Hot 100 (36-35). "Sweet" has topped a number of European charts, together with the Official U.Ok. Singles chart, the place it reigned for 4 weeks.