With the start of the new year, no one is able to challenge the supremacy of David Guetta's "Dangerous" as the song spends its sixth week at #1. Kwabs' "Walk" sticks to #2, while Jennifer Lawrence-sung "The Hanging Tree" is still at #3, proving to be more than just a brief soundtrack highlight.
Video - David Guetta
Audio - Jennifer Lawrence
Video - Kwabs
Dance track "I'm An Albatraoz" of AronChupa registers a new peak by moving up three to #4, while Calvin Harris' "Outside" is approaching slowly the top ten as it rises four to #11.
Video - AronChupa
Video - Outside
"Blank Space" of Taylor Swift is also on the rise as it advances four to #16 to hopefully join the top ten in the weeks to come. Also up four is "Back Home" of Fritz Kalkbrenner, this time at #18, while the first real monstrous hit of 2015 - "Uptown Funk" of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars soars 15 positions to #21.
Video - Taylor Swift
Video - Fritz Kalkbrenner
Video - Mark Ronson
This week sees also the return of Take That in the top 40 with their first single as a trio called "These Days". The song skyrockets from #63 to #31.
Video - Take That
At #35 we can find "The Nights", the follow-up of top-ten hit "The Days" of Avicii, which goes up from #54.
Video - Avicii
The remaining new entries in the Top 100:
69. Omi - Cheerleader
83. Meghan Trainor - Lips Are Movin'
84. Kygo ft. Conrad - Firestone
100. Maria Voskania - Was Weisst Denn Du
The Album Chart
In the Album Chart Helene Fischer's megasuccess "Farbenspiel" returns to the summit, rising from #2. As many of you already know, the album crowned the year-end LP chart for 2014 after doing so for 2013 when it was actually released. It is also the home of single "Atemlos durch die Nacht", which despite never reaching #1 in the Top 100 ranked at the first position in the year-end Singles chart for 2014. And by the look of it, Helene Fischer starts the new year great as well.