Miley Cyrus scores her first No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Combine Present Airplay chart as “Flowers” tops the tally dated March 11. Beforehand, she achieved high 10 hits with “Party in the U.S.A.” (No. 9, 2009) and as featured on Mark Ronson’s “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” (No. 5, 2019).
With radio-friendly remixes from Tommie Sunshine/On Deck/JustnKayse, Darkish Depth and Kue, amongst others, “Flowers” is discovering core-dance airplay on retailers together with KNHC (C89.5) Seattle, iHeartRadio’s Delight Radio and SiriusXM’s Diplo’s Revolution Feb. 24-March 2, in keeping with Luminate. (The Dance/Combine Present Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a choose group of full-time dance stations, together with performs throughout combine reveals on round 70 high 40-formatted reporters.)
Beginning with “See You Again” (No. 17, 2008), Cyrus has tallied eight appearances on Dance/Combine Present Airplay. Her different entries: “We Can’t Stop” (No. 14, 2013), “Wrecking Ball” (No. 19, 2013), “Malibu” (No. 19, 2017) and “Midnight Sky” (No. 26, 2020).
“Flowers” simply spent six weeks at No. 1 on each the Billboard Scorching 100 and Billboard World 200 charts, amongst different successes.
Moreover on the Dance/Combine Present Airplay chart, Loud Luxurious lifts to its fifth high 10 and Hook N Sling celebrates its first with “Afterparty” (12-9). Plus, VAVO and Clara Mae every earn preliminary high 10 placements with “Take Me Home” (13-10).
Shifting to the multi-metric Scorching Dance/Digital Songs chart, Skrillex, Missy Elliott and Mr. Oizo leap 14-8 with “RATATA.” Skrillex’s seventh high 10 and the primary every for Elliott and Oizo, “RATATA” racked up 1.4 million U.S. streams and bought 700 downloads within the monitoring week.
Sticking with Scorching Dance/Digital Songs, MK collects his fifth high 10 and Dom Dolla attracts his second with “Rhyme Dust,” new at No. 9. The observe earned 1.2 million streams and bought 900, the latter determine additionally enabling a high 10 debut on Dance/Digital Digital Tune Gross sales (No. 8).
On the High Dance/Digital Albums chart, Dutch DJ/producer MELON and Dance Fruits make their first Billboard chart look with This Is Melon, Vol. 1 (No. 7). The set, which begins with 4,000 equal album models, is a sprawling, 41-track assortment of upbeat dance covers of dance, pop, rock and R&B classics, together with ABBA’s “Dancing Queen,” Avicii’s “Levels,” Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive,” Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” and Swedish Home Mafia’s “Don’t You Worry Child.”