So for the fifth consecutive week, Germany's top three remains intact, with Alan Walker's "Faded" leading the parade for eight weeks at #1. "Die immer lacht" of Stereoact and Kerstin Ott is at #2 and Twenty One Pilots are at #3 with "Stressed Out".
Sia's "Cheap Thrills" sits comfortably at #4, being the most successful single of the singer as a lead artist, while also turning into his best performance ever - "I Took A Pill In Ibiza" and its SeeB remix of Mike Posner rises one to #6.
The girls from Fifth Harmony are on their way to have their first ever top ten single as "Work from Home" advances eight to #11.
After a steady climb for 24 weeks Zara Larsson & MNEK finally enter the top 20 with "Never Forget You", up three to #20. The top 30 sees two songs of The Chainsmokers registering new peaks - "Roses" up six to #24 and the latest offering of the dance duo "Don't Let Me Down", up five to #30.
Meghan Trainor, the US supernova that brought "All About The Bass" to #1 and "Lips Are Movin'" to #10 two years ago, is back with new material. "No" is the first single taken from Meghan's sophomore album and it enters the top 30 this week at #27, up from #45. Meghan last provided vocals to "Marvin Gaye", the hit of Charlie Puth, which in Germany reached #15.
Although Nick Jonas, one of the Jonas Brothers, launched his quite successful solo career two years ago, Germany actually did not notice at all with none of his global hits entering the charts. The situation is a little bit different with his brother Joe Jonas and his band called DNCE. Their smash "Cake By The Ocean" moves this week up 23 positions and lands at #29.
British singer Birdy, who had huge hits with "People Help People" (peak #3) and "Wings" (peak #15) several years ago, returns this week to the top 40 with "Keeping Your Head Up". The track rises to #34 from #48.
Albanian newcomer Era Istrefi is about to storm the European charts with her cool hit "Bonbon", with Germany one of the first countries to pay attention as the song moves up seventeen to #37.
The new entries:
70. Seyed - MP5 (feat. Kollegah)
82. Julian Perretta - Miracle
88. Max Giesinger - 80 Millionen
The album chart:
Seven new releases enter the top ten this week, led by Swedish metal band Amon Amarth and their first ever chart topper "Jomsviking". The "Best of" of schlager legend Ronny is new at #2, while "Blues of Desperation" of Joe Bonamassa is at #3. Germany continues to not care so much about One Direction and its former members as Zayn's solo album "Mind of Mine" manages to debut as low as #9. A special note also to jazz singer Roger Cicero, whose sudden death shocked Germany's music world and has triggered interest in his back catalogue. Thus "Cicero Sings Sinatra" re-enters at #11, to be one of five offerings of the musician to appear in the top 100 this week. "Männersachen", which can be considered his most successful album, is back at #96.