Plus, moves for Zack Martino & Dyson, Tycho and more.
Avicii posthumously earns his third leader on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, bounding 8-1 on the July 27-dated list with "Heaven." The track follows "SOS," featuring Aloe Blaac (No. 1, June 1), and "Wake Me Up!" (10 weeks at No. 1, 2013).
"Heaven" ties Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road," featuring Billy Ray Cyrus (8-1, May 25), for the second-greatest vault to No. 1 this year, after David Guetta's "Stay (Don't Go Away)," featuring Raye (11-1, July 13).
"Heaven," which contains uncredited vocals from co-writer Chris Martin of Coldplay, debuted at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales (June 22).
Additionally on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Zack Martino and Dyson add their second and first top 10, respectively, with "Mood" (16-10). A former Dance Chart Upstart, Martino recently told Billboard, "'Mood,' to me, is how your emotions make you feel, and how they play a huge role in the music you listen to."
Tycho (real name: Scott Hansen) debuts at No. 3 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums with Weather, which starts with 7,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. His fourth top 10 follows Epoch, which launched as his first No. 1 in 2016. Weather, with 5,000 copies sold, also storms in at No. 1 on the Dance/Electronic Album Sales chart. The set is Tycho's first to contain tracks with vocals.
"The inspiration for Weather was trying to do something completely different to evolve the Tycho sound into a new direction," Tycho tells Billboard. “Using vocals in a literal sense was the driving force behind this album.”
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike celebrate their fourth Dance Club Songs No. 1, and Era Istrefi earns her first, with "Selfish." The track was remixed by Maurice West, Syn Cole and Ale Mora, among others.
Also noteworthy on Dance Club Songs, Van Halen achieves its first top 10 as "Jump 2019," remixed by Armin van Buuren, surges 14-10. The classic original (and Van Halen's only other entry on the chart) peaked at No. 17 in 1984.
Plus, Dionne Warwick debuts at No. 48 with "You Really Started Something." Remixed by the likes of Moto Blanco, Kue and Tracy Young, the track is Warwick's second on the survey, after "Got a Date" (No. 15, 1984).