Plus, The Prodigy debuts & Alesso goes high 10.
Marshmello and Bastille bounce to the highest of one more Billboard dance chart, rising 2-1 on the Nov. 17-dated version of Dance Club Songs with "Happier." The monitor was remixed for golf equipment by Frank Walker, Breathe Carolina and Blanke, amongst others.
"Happier" is the second Dance Club Songs No. 1 for each acts, after Marshmello's "Silence," that includes Khalid, in November 2017 and Bastille's "Pompeii" in February 2014.
The collab continues atop Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, for 11 weeks working; Hot Dance/Electronic Songs (eight); and Dance/Mix Show Airplay (5). "Happier" additionally headed Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs for six weeks.
As beforehand reported, "Happier" concurrently turns into Marshmello and Bastille's first chief every on the Pop Songs airplay chart. It topped Alternative Songs one week earlier and has reached a No. three excessive on the all-genre, streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Billboard Hot 100 (which employs the identical method as Hot Dance/Electronic Songs).
DESTINATION FOR '"TOURISTS": The Prodigy returns to Top Dance/Electronic Albums with No Tourists at No. 7. The set bows with three,000 equal album items earned, in keeping with Nielsen Music. With most from conventional gross sales, the most recent from the Liam Howlett-fronted act opens at No. 1 on the Dance/Electronic Album Sales chart.
Tourists is The Prodigy's fifth Top Dance/Electronic Albums high 10, spanning again to its sole No. 1, Always Outnumbered, Never Outgained, in 2004. Prior to the chart's creation in 2001, the heritage massive beat act despatched three titles onto the all-genre Billboard 200, together with the seminal The Fat of the Land, which debuted No. 1 on July 19, 1997.
Fat spun off two Hot 100 entries, "Firestarter" (No. 30, March 1997) and "Smack My Bitch Up" (No. 89, January 1998). Another monitor from the set, "Breathe," stays The Prodigy's top-placing hit on Alternative Songs, having reached No. 18 in September 1997. On Dance Club Songs, the act has charted 4 tracks, all in 1992-93, together with its lone high 10, "Wind It Up" (No. 7, June 1993).
ALESSO ASCENDS: Alesso earns his eighth Dance/Mix Show Airplay high 10, rising 13-6 with "Remedy." His "Heroes (We Could Be)," that includes Tove Lo, topped the checklist for 4 weeks in December 2014-January 2015.