For a third week in a row there is no change atop the German singles chart as the places from one to three remain the same - Clean Bandit's "Rather Be" at #1 (for a third week), Mr. Probz' "Waves" at #2 and Pharrell Williams' "Happy" at #3.
Video - Mr Probz
Video - Pharrell
Video - Clean Bandit
Inside the top 15 we have new peaks from
Route 94 and "My Love", up two to #6, George Ezra and "Budapest", up two
to #12, Coldplay and "Magic", up four to #14 and Bakermat and "One Day
(Vandaag)", up two to #15.
Video - Route 94
Audio - Bakermat
Video - Coldplay
Video - George Ezra
A week after it debuted at #49, "Bad"
becomes the next single of David Guetta to enter the German top 20 as it
shoots itself to #19. The collaboration with Showtek becomes the 16th
top 20 single of Guetta as a lead artist.
At #20 "We Are
One (Ole Ola)", or the official 2014 Fifa World Cup song, of Pitbull,
Jennifer Lopez and Cludia Leitte soars from #72 where it entered the top
100 a week earlier. It is the seventh top 20 single of Pitbull in the
"I Got U" of Duke Dumont moves up eight to #23 and improves on the #25 position where the song debuted a fortnight ago.
highest new entry belongs to Eko Fresh, together with Frauenarzt, Manny
Marc and Bass Sultan Hengzt, whose song "Joko Diss" comes in at #25.
Rapper Eko Fresh was last in the top 30 back in 2006 with "Gheddo".
His latest appearance in the chart is thanks to some sort of a quarrel
with Pro7 host Joko, but for which, as I even cannot find the song on
YouTube, I actually don't care at all.
The second highest new entry
is courtesy of Rea Garvey and "Can't Say No" at #32. Rea's previous
single "Wild Love" peaked at #18 in 2012.
Also on the rise we can
find "#Selfie" of The Chainsmokers at #38, up one, and "Down By The
River" of Milky Chance at #39, up five.
Video - Milky Chance
Video - The Chainsmokers
The honour to enter the top
50 for the first time this week goes to Aloe Blacc and "The Man", up
from #56 to #43; Parov Stellar and "All Night" (the first ever top 100
single of the popular Austrian band), up from #57 to #44; and "Derniere
Danse" of French supernova Indila, up from #53 to #47.
Video - Aloe Blacc
Parov Stellar - Audio
Video - Indila
And the other new entries this week:
70. Alle Farben ft. Graham - She Moves (Far Away)
82. John Newman - Losing Sleep
100. Willemijn Verkaik - Lass Jetzt Los
The Album Chart
This week Jan Delay scores his third consecutive number one album with "Hammer
& Michel", which debuts directly at the summit. It is followed by
(who else?) Helene Fischer and "Farbenspiel" at #2 and Abba's "Gold",
which rises six to #3.