Plus, moves for Ava Max, D-Sol, Sabrina Carpenter & more.
Jonas Brothers score their first leader on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, as "Sucker" surges 6-1 on the April 20-dated ranking.
The song, which debuted as the trio's first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (March 16), is fueled by remixes from Sebastian Perez and The Cube Guys, among others. On Thursday (April 18), the Jonas Brothers were confirmed to play the 2019 Billboard Music Awards on May 1.
Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, three tracks hit the top 10: Ava Max earns her first top 10 with "Sweet but Psycho" (20-6), as do D-Sol (aka Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon) and featured singer Katt Rockell with "Feel Alive" (12-8), while Martin Garrix scores his eighth top 10 with "No Sleep," featuring Bonn, who notches his second (15-10).
The Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on nearly 80 top 40-formatted reporters.
Sabrina Carpenter collects her third total and consecutive Dance Club Songs No. 1 with "Sue Me." Remixed by Dave Aude, 6AM and KC Lights, among others, the song follows "Almost Love" (November 2018) and "Alien" (with Jonas Blue; July 2018) to the summit.
Carpenter tells Billboard, "I am honored to have garnered the top position three times in a row. I couldn't do it without all the DJs and clubs that play my records. I hope to continue creating music that moves people in more ways than one."
On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Marshmello and Bastille revel in a 30th week at No. 1 with "Happier." The song is just the second in the chart's six-year history reach the milestone, after Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey's "The Middle" (33 weeks, 2018).
Also on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Avicii returns posthumously with "SOS," featuring Aloe Blacc (No. 8). Avicii adds his ninth top 10 and Blacc, his first (although Blacc sang on Avicii's 26-week 2013-14 No. 1 "Wake Me Up!" but wasn't officially credited).
"SOS," released April 10, starts with 2.3 million U.S. streams and 3,000 downloads sold in the tracking week ending April 11, according to Nielsen Music. It also begins on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales (No. 5) and Dance/Mix Show Airplay (No. 32).
Plus, GRiZ rolls in at No. 2 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums with Ride Waves. His third top 10 earned 6,000 equivalent album units; with half the total from traditional album sales, Waves also bows atop the Dance/Electronic Album Sales chart, giving GRiZ his first No. 1 on any Billboard chart.