Pitbull and Kesha spend comfortably a second week on the top of the German singles chart with "Timber". The biggest competition comes in the face of Andreas Kuemmert, the winner of last year's The Voice of Germany, whose "Simple Man" moves up two to #2. "Do You Like What You See", the debut single of Ivy Quainoo (the winner in 2011) also peaked at #2, while "Unbreakable" of Nick Howard reached #5 in 2012.
Video - Pitbull
Video - Andreas
Former chart topper, "Changes" of Faul & Wad Ad vs. Pnau, slips this time one to #3.
Video - Faul & Wad
of the biggest news this week is the #10 position of "Atemlos Durch Die
Nacht" of Helene Fischer, which climbs four to enter the top ten for
the first time. Boosted by several dance remixes, which even make the
song playable inside clubs, the hit becomes easily the most successful
song of Helene so far. And after demonstrating unbeatable power inside
the LP chart, perhaps now the multi-talented artist will also conquer
the singles ones?
Up eight to #22 in its second week, we have
"Happy", current UK #1, of Pharrell Williams climbing its way towards
the top 20. At #28, up from #38, "Demons" of Imagine Dragons has once
again started rising, registering a new peak, this time inside the top
Video - Pharrell
Video - Imagine Dragons
In a quiet week for new entries, the highest one belongs to
Duesseldorf band Broilers and its "Ist da jemand" at #32. The boys have
had two singles inside the top 100 so far, with 2011's "Harter Weg"
being the more successful, with a peak at #28. However, the two songs
spent only a week inside the countdown.
And finally, also new at #43 is "Kopfvilla", the debut single of hip hop newcomer Sierra Kidd.
And the other new entries this week:
83 Beyonce - Pretty Hurts
91 Kid Ink ft. Tyga - Iz U Down
94 Revolverheld - Ich Lass Fuer Dich Das Licht An
The Album Chart
Another slow week in terms of new entries in the LP chart, which leads the way to "Farbenspiel" - the biggest selling album of 2013 belonging to Helene Fischer, to return to the top. Thus, Robbie Williams' "Swings Both Ways" is down to #2, while "Mtv Unplugged" of Max Herre is still #3. Beyonce's surprising new album arrives at #13 this week.