For a second week in a row we have a completely unchanged top three in Germany with Alan Walker spending his fifth week as the number single in Germany with "Faded". It is followed by Stereoact's "Die immer lacht" at #2 and Twenty One Pilots' "Stressed Out" at #3.
"Cheap Thrills", the latest offering of Sia, is fast on its way to become the Australian singer's biggest solo singer in Germany as it soars sixteen positions and arrives this week at #12.
Also on its way up is dance project Topic ft. Nico Santos and "Home", up five to #14. As expected by many, including me, Mike Posner scores his biggest hit in Germany with the SeeB remix of "I Took A Pill In Ibiza". The dance anthem moves up fifteen to enter the top 20 at #19, beating the #22 peak of Posner's 2012 debut "Cooler Than Me".
Up seven to #22 are Coldplay with "Hymn for the Weekend". The Chinsmokers bring a new track inside the top 100 this week with "Don't Let Me Down" at #62, while at the same time their current hit "Roses" inches up one to a new peak at #30.
The highest new entry can be located as low as #41 belonging to US girl group Fifth Harmony. "Work From Home" is the second track of the girls to enter the German top 100 after "Worth It" peaked at #16 in 2015, spending a total of 32 weeks in the chart.
The other new entries:
57. Shakira - Try Everything
59. Ali As x Namika - Lass sie tanzen (Square Dance)
62. Sarah Connor - Kommst du mit ihr
69. The Chainsmokers - Don't Let Me Down (feat. Daya)
86. Flume - Never Be Like You (feat. Kai)
91. Daya - Hide Away
96. Massive Attack - Ritual Spirit
The Album Chart
In the Albums countdown the soundtrack to local teen film "Mädchen gegen Jungs", the third part of the "Bibi & Tina" series has managed to take the crown after debuting in the top ten eight weeks ago. It thus becomes the most successful soundtrack of the series. Berlin rapper Megaloh has to be content with the #2 slot where he debuts with his second album "Regenmacher". The schlager scene is represented this week by Wolfgang Petry and his best-of compilation "40 Jahre – 40 Hits" at #7, followed by Swedish metal band Sabaton with "Heroes on Tour" at #8.