Not much going on in the German top three this week as Pharrell Williams' "Happy" clocks up an eighth non-consecutive week as the country's number one. The US star is followed once again by former chart topper Mr. Probz and "Waves", while Helene Fischer returns to the top three as "Atemlos durch die Nacht" moves up one.
Video - Mr Probz
Video - Pharrell
Video - Helene
one, and one of the early spring hits this year, "Rather Be" of Clean
Bandit (with the support of Jess Glynne) rises two to #4, while "Dark
Horse" of Katy Perry scores a new peak at #6, up one from #7.
Video - Clean Bandit
Video - Katy Perry
week also sees "Liar Liar" of newcomer Cris Cab entering the top ten for
the first time as the collaboration with Pharrell advances three
positions to #10.
Video - Chris Cab
The highest new entry comes to the credit of
Coldplay, who were last in the countdown with Hunger Games' "Atlas"
(peak #19). "Magic", the pilot release from the band's new album, enters
this week at #25 and it would be interesting to see whether the song could have any longevity or is destined to disappear in a week or two.
with the peak of the Cologne carnivals, Brings' "Koelsche Jung" moves
up to #26 from #41 to become their second best performing single, while
fellow Cologne band Cat Ballou sees new interest in their 2013 single
"Et Jitt Kein Wood" as the song soars to #29 from #62.
Video - Brings
Video - Cat Ballou
online", the debut single of YouTube comedy duo DieLochis, reached #55
several months ago but now the two boys do it slightly better as follow-up
"Ich Bin Blank" enters at #34.
At #40, up from #45, Jason Derulo
scores his ninth top 40 single with "Trumpets", while also new at #50 is
the Farid Bang-Kollegah rap collaboration "King & Killa".
Video - Jason Derulo
Video - Farid Bang
And the other new entries this week:
69. Mighty Oaks - Brother
71. Cat Ballou - Hueck Steiht De Welt Still
96. Adel Tawil - Weinen
The Album Chart
Fischer seems unstoppable as her multi-selling "Farbenspiel" returns to
the summit of the LP chart, showing that there are enough Germans who
still do not own it. Thus, Pharrell Williams fails to score the double
as his "G I R L" charts at #2, beating the #14 peak position of "In My Mind"
from 2006, while Berlin indie folk band Mighty Oaks debut at #10 with