Nothing can shake the German top three (actually even the top five) for yet another week as David Guetta ft. Sam Martin and "Lovers On The Sun" clocking a fifth week on the summit. It is followed by "When The Beat Drops Out", the former number one of Marlon Roudette, and current UK chart topper "Prayer in C" of Lilly Wood & The Prick and Robin Schulz.
Video - David Guetta
Video - Marlon Roudette
Video - Robin Schulz
After debuting at #10 in mid-August, "Maps", the latest single of Maroon 5, left the top ten for a while to return there this week at #6, an increase from #12. It is already the fourth top ten single of the US band in Germany.
The highest new entry comes in the shape of "Superheroes", the freshly released single of The Script. The song enters at #10 and thus is only the second hit of the Irish band to crack into the German top ten. Last The Script were in the Top 100 with "If You Could See Me Now", which couldn't advance further than #45.
We should also spare a thought for "Atemlos Durch Die Nacht" of Helene Fischer, which, by going down two to #11, leaves the top ten for the first time after 37 weeks (hopefully I've counted them right but the picture is still more than clear).
Local hip hop trio 257ers have been active for almost ten years but needed their previous single "Warum" to enter the charts for the first time. Though the song peaked at #80, it definitely put the boys on the radar and now with a new and more provocative song they score a top 20 smash hit with "Baby Du Riechst" entering at #14.
The success of electronic music continues this week with ZHU, who brings his first single "Faded" directly at #18.
For those following the German music scene Clueso is already a house name, despite having only one top 20 hit so far - "Keinen Zentimeter" from 2008. Now, however, the Erfurt-born singer can write to his account another top 20 entry with "Freidrehen" new at #20.
Further down the list, Cro's "Bad Chick" is up two to #21 and Lenny Kravitz' "The Chamber" rises three to #27.
Video - Cro
Video - Lenny Kravitz
Trailerpark, a new hip-hop project behind which we can smell Alligatoh (of Willst Du fame), enters this week in the chart for the first time with "Bleib In Der Schule" at #35.
US newcomer Meghan Trainor has already managed to score a number one at home with "All About That Bass". Now, the song is gaining momentum in Europe too and in Germany soars twenty to #41.
And finally, "Prims", the current LP of Katy Perry brings a fourth (out of five) top 50 single in the shape of "This Is How We Do", which rises to #46 from #68.
The remaining new entries:
72. Fritz Kalkbrenner - Back Home
75. Element Of Crime - Lieblingsfarben Und Tiere
77. Time Square ft. Xavier Rudd - Follow The Sun
83. Chakuza - Charlie Brown
94. Linkin Park - Final Masquerade
97. Maroon 5 - Animals
The LP chart
There are only two old albums remaining in the top ten this week, as there is an influx of eight new entries in there. The pack is led by the new line-up of veteran local band BAP under the name of Niedeckens Bap and their live album "Das Maerchen Vom Gezogenen Stecker", which debuts at #1. In the top ten there are also debuts of Massiv's "M10" at #3, Hammerfall's "(R)evolution" at #4, Olson's "Ballonherz" at #5, Maroon 5's "V" at #6, Alpa Gun's "Geboren Um Zu Sterben" at #7, the soundtrack to "Guardians of the Galaxy" at #9 and DJ Antoine's "We Are The Party" at #10.