HipHopMagz Dance Chart Upstarts: Slushii, Netsky, Felix Cartal & LIGHTS

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Each week, Billboard Dance appears to be like at songs and albums rising on Billboard's dance charts.

Slushii feat. Sofia Reyes, "Never Let You Go"

Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Slushii (actual identify Julian Scanlan) steps 30-28 in his second week on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated March 2) with "Never Let You Go," that includes singer Sofia Reyes. It's the second and highest-charting entry for each acts, following Slushii's "There X2" (that includes Marshmello; No. 34, February 2018) and Reyes' featured vocal activate Cash Cash's "How to Love" (No. 29, July 2016). "Never" nets airplay on core-dance associates, led by Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel, KNHC (C89.5) Seattle and SiriusXM's BPM, based on Nielsen Music.

Netsky feat. Bazzi & Lil Wayne, "I Don't Even Know You Anymore"

Antwerp, Belgium-based DJ/producer Netsky (actual identify Boris Daenen) notches his first look on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "I Don't Even Know You Anymore," that includes Bazzi and Lil Wayne (No. 30). The monitor, which earned 1.three million U.S. streams and bought 1,000 downloads within the monitoring week, is the primary displaying on the survey for Bazzi and the fourth for Wayne.

Previously, Netsky loved high 10 success on Top Dance/Electronic Albums, getting into and peaking at No. 7 in June 2016 with III. That set spawned successful on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, "Work It Out," that includes Digital Farm Animals (No. 31). Netsky gathered 4 hits on Belgium Digital Song Sales in 2012-17, together with the chart-topping "Running Low," that includes Beth Ditto (No. 1, July 2014).

Felix Cartal & LIGHTS, "Love Me"

Vancouver-based DJ/producer Felix Cartal (aka Taelor Deitcher) and a fellow Canadian, singer LIGHTS, debut at No. 47 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Love Me." It's the third look for Cartal and the fourth for LIGHTS. Following the monitor's lyric video launch on Valentine's Day, "Love" drew 365,000 U.S. streams within the week ending Feb. 21.