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Justin Bieber
Hymn For The Weekend

The Right Song
Tiesto & Oliver Heldens feat Natalie La Rose

Knife Edge
Matt Corby

Eric Prydz feat Rob Swire

How Love Begins
DJ Fresh & High Contrast feat Dizzee Rascal

Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart

Chris Cornell

Empty Threat

Please Don't Go
Joel Adams

7 Years
Lukas Graham

Second Heartbeat
Urthboy feat Sampa The Great & Okenyo
DJ Snake
Selena Gomez
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The Trouble With Us
Marcus Marr & Chet Faker
Hilltop Hoods feat. James Chatburn
Who You Lovin'
Conrad Sewell
Fire & The Flood
Vance Joy
The Rubens
Never Be Like You
Flume feat. Kai
Cheap Thrills
Hold Me Back
The Rubens
Troye Sivan
Keeping Score
L D R U feat Paige IV
Power Hit
Premier Pick - Our Prediction
All My Friends
Snakehips feat Tinashe & Chance The Rapper

We have a stand still in the Top 10 this week as Snakehips and Justin Bieber both hold onto their #1 and #2 spots.
Snakehips are at the top with All My Friends featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper, followed by Bieber’s Love Yourself featuring Ed Sheeran at #2.
DJ Snake is the first to make some movement as he moves into the #3 spot with Middle featuring Bipolar Sunshine, up one spot from last week's #4. Zara Larsson's Lush Life is moved to #4 down form last week's #3.
Duke Dumont’s Ocean Drive moves to #5 up two spots from last week's #7, while Justin Bieber’s Sorry holds onto the #6 spot for another week.
Shawn Mendes' Stitches moves down two spots to #7 from #5. Elle King’s Ex’s & Oh’s reaches a new peak coming in at #8 from last week's #14.
Charlie Puth makes his way into the Top 10 with One Call Away at #9 up from #13, and at the #10 spot this week is Flume’s Never Be Like You featuring Kai up five spots from last week's #15.
Hymn For The Weekend

Impact Date: February 4

The Beyoncé-assisted "Hymn For The Weeknd" almost equals that energy, but it lacks the drama of “Princess Of China” and the show-stopping moment you’d expect from the queen. And regardless, the guys sound like total goobers trying to do the club swagger thing, like a drunk dad doing the rap dance du jour at a wedding. If nothing else, the song is proof of life before the AC mush of "Everglow" though.
Coldplay’s best material was never subtle, always treating sadness and elation with a sense of majesty that made the music and lyrics feel Significant. But on Ghost Stories, Chris Martin used specific imagery for once, to depict a relationship’s implosion. That was essential, because without the aid of “Fix You”-like crescendos and swooping guitar lines, those feelings had to carry that LP. AHFOD zooms out once again, to the point of soft-focus blur, but this time the instinctual grandeur of the music falls flat and can’t prop up platitudes like “Life is a drink and love’s a drug” and “So how come things move on, how come cars don’t slow.”
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