After five weeks on top Passenger's "Let Her Go" slips this time to #2, clearing the way for Pink to have her second ever #1 single ("Lady Marmalade" not included) with "Just Give Me A Reason". The latter moves up one to claim the summit, where Pink was before with "So What" in 2008. The bronze medals once again belong to Macklemore and Ryan Wilson and "Can't Hold Us".
The Lumineers continue their march towards the top as "Ho Hey" moves up five and this week is at #5. Will.I.Am's collaboration with Justin Bieber, #ThatPower also enters the top 10 at #7, up from #11. Curiously Justin Bieber has never had a single as a lead artist in the top 10.
It's also a new peak for Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive", which climbs three and is at #9. In its second week on the countdown "Safe and Sound" of Capital Cities shoots itself to #10 from #24.
The highest new entry can be found at #13 belonging to Psy and "Gentleman", the follow-up to last year's smash "Gangnam Style". Hate it or love it, Psy is going to have a second hit on his account.
After "Sweet Nothing" peaked at #19 last year, Calvin Harris has made it for a second time in the German top 20 with "I Need Your Love", this week at #20, up from #22. The hit is also a second single for Ellie Goulding among the first 20 positions.
At #26 Nelly registers his 14th top 30 single in Germany as a lead artist with "Hey Porsche", which rises six positions. It's also a new career best for Michael Buble and "It's a Beautiful Day". The song soars from #90 to #28 after the release of Buble's latest album and thus beats the #35 peak of "Let It Snow".
"Spectrum (Say My Name)" of Florence and The Machine may be a little bit old now but by the looks of it, the single is going to soon beat the #30 peak of "Shake It Out" to become the biggest hit of Florence in Germany. Now the song is at #32, up from #53.
It's a re-entry and a new peak for DJane Housekat and "All The Time" at #44. "My Party" of the artist reached #4 last year.
There are further two new entries inside the top 50. A late issue of Sam and The Womp's UK number one "Bom Bom" at #47 and a new offering by last year's DSDS winner Luca Hänni with "Shameless" at #49. The latter is a pilot single from Luca's sophomore album, which fails to even reach the #40 peak of "Hold on My Heart" of runner-up Daniele Negroni from last week.
And the other new entries this week:
#60 Avril Lavigne - Here's To Never Growing Up
#63 Lumidee & Fatman Scoop - Dance 2013
#81 Caro Emerald - Tangled Up
#82 Prinz Pi - Kompass ohne Norden
#92 Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines
The Album Chart
In the album chart Prinz Pi has his first ever #1 album with "Kompass ohne Norden". With it the German rapper even managed to beat Michael Bublé's worldwide smash "To Be Loved", which has to be satisfied with the runner-up slot. Buble has two #1 albums on his account - "Call Me Irresponsible" and "Christmas". Alpa Gun's "Alles kommt zurück" debuts this week at #5, while "Bulletproof", Daniele Negroni's second album, enters at the rather good #7.