Marshmello and Bastille Each Earn First No. 1 On Pop Songs Chart With 'Happier'


The collab conquers one other airplay tally.

Marshmello and Bastille every notch their first No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart, as "Happier" bounds Four-1 on the survey dated Nov. 17.

Masked DJ Marshmello had beforehand hit a No. 2 excessive on Pop Songs with "Friends," with Anne-Marie, in August. British alt band Bastille had hit a previous No. three excessive with its breakthrough single "Pompeii" in 2014.

The Pop Songs chart (which in 2017 celebrated its 25th anniversary) measures whole weekly performs, as tabulated by Nielsen Music, amongst its reporting panel of 167 mainstream prime 40 stations.

Pop Songs is the newest chart airplay that "Happier" has topped. It spends a fifth week at No. 1 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, whereas every week in the past, it reached No. 1 on Alternative Songs.

This week, "Happier" additionally climbs 9-Eight on Adult Pop Songs and debuts at No. 34 on Adult Alternative Songs.

All charts will replace tomorrow (Nov. 13) on