събота, 12 ноември 2016 г.

German Chart Comments - Issue Date 12.11.2016

Rag'n'Bone Man spends his seventh week at the summit of the German singles chart with "Human", followed closely by David Guetta, Cedric Cervais and Chris Willis and "Would I Lie To You" still at #2. One of the fastest rises of the week belongs to Clean Bandit, Sean Paul and Anne-Marie and their UK-chart topper "Rockabye". The song lifts #15-#3 to become Clean Bandit's third top-three hit next to #1-smash "Rather Be" and #2-single "Real Love".
Watch - Rag'n'Bone Man
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Watch - Clean Bandit

Making upward progress in the top 10 we can find The Weeknd and Daft Punk and "Starboy", up two to #4, while Mark Forster soars to #13 from #48 to land his fifth consecutive top 20 single with "Chöre". It's the second offering coming from the latest album of the German singer, with pilot single "Wir sind groß" reaching #3 earlier this year. 
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Watch - Mark F

Max Giesinger, who just like Mark Forster had a football-related hit in the summer, also joins the top 20. His newest offering "Wenn sie tanzt" moves up eleven to #15. 
Watch - Max Giesinger

Zara Larsson continues her slow but steady ascent with "Ain't My Fault", up one to #16, and Miami Yacine's "Kokaina" grows two to #17. Shawn Mendes' "Mercy" rises three to #26 and Maroon 5's "Don't Wanna Know" advances one to #34. 
Watch - Zara Larsson
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Watch - Shawn Mendes

The new entries are led by US A-cappella group Pentatonix with their first ever top 100 hit "Hallelujah" at #59. Mike Singer's "Karma" enters at #73 and US top ten hit "Black Beatles" of Rae Sremmurd comes in at #81. The last new entry is courtesy of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs. Diplo and "Hey Baby" at #100. 
Watch - Pentatonix
Watch - Mike Singer
Watch - Rae Sremmurd
Watch - Dimitri Vegas

The Album Chart 

In the LP chart, Unheilig, one of the most overrated German rock bands (yes, I said it), scores its fourth number one album with "Von Mensch zu Mensch", which is said to be their final release. That deprives one Robbie Williams of landing his twelfth! consecutive #1 with "The Heavy Entertainment Show" (new at #2), which let's face it is a shame. Bon Jovi are new at #3 with their new LP "This House is Not For Sale" and Hammerfall enter at #9 with "Built to Last".  

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