Calvin Harris Ties Rihanna for Most Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart No. 1s With 'Promises'

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The Sam Smith collab is Harris' 12th chief. Plus, 5SOS earns its first prime 10.

Calvin Harris and Sam Smith hit No. 1 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Oct. 6) with "Promises" (2-1). The first topper for Smith, the collaboration is Harris' 12th chief, tying him with Rihanna for probably the most amongst all acts because the chart's August 2003 inception. David Guetta and Madonna observe with seven No. 1s every.

Harris loved 10 weeks atop the chart earlier this 12 months with "One Kiss," with Dua Lipa. With 5 of his No. 1s main for 10 or extra weeks every, Harris has accrued 93 weeks at No. 1, simply eclipsing Rihanna (59) for probably the most time on prime. Harris and Rihanna share one No. 1: "This Is What You Came For," in 2016.

Here's a recap of Harris' 12 No. 1s on the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart:
"Feel So Close" (2012, eight weeks at No. 1)
"We Found Love" (Rihanna feat. Harris, 2011-12, 14 weeks)
"Let's Go" (feat. Ne-Yo, 2012, 10 weeks)
"Sweet Nothing" (feat. Florence Welch, 2013, 9 weeks)
"Thinking About You" (feat. Ayah Marar, 2013, one week)
"Summer" (2014, 13 weeks)
"Blame" (feat. John Newman, 2014, six weeks)
"Outside" (feat. Ellie Goulding, 2015, six weeks)
"How Deep Is Your Love" (with Disciples, 2015, 4 weeks)
"This Is What You Came For" (feat. Rihanna, 2016, 12 weeks)
"One Kiss" (with Dua Lipa, 2018, 10 weeks)
"Promises" (with Sam Smith, 2018, one week to-date)

Additionally on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, 5 Seconds of Summer surge to their first prime 10, leaping 12-5 with "Youngblood." The act beforehand edged onto the chart with "She's Kinda Hot" (No. 40, 2015) and "Want You Back" (No. 39, this May).