Diplo Debuts on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart With ‘Do You Dance?’

Diplo draws the Only debut on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums Graph (dated March 27) with Do You Dance? At No. 18. The seven-track place earned nearly 2,500 equivalent album components, with near 1,000 from album sales, in the week ending March 18, according to MRC Data.

Dance is currently Diplo’s seventh entry to the graph, an amount that includes four top 10s plus a single chief, Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack U, together with Skrillex (three weeks at No. 1, 2015). Diplo also got No. 2 peaks with Revolution (2013) and Random White Dude Be Everywhere (2014).

As a part of Major Lazer, Diplo has charted the following eight entries, including two No. 1s: Free the Universe (2013) and Peace Is your Mission (2015).

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On the multi-metric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs graph, Diplo darts 31-21 with Dance track “Turn Back Time,” together with Sonny Fodera, following its No. 17 summit in February. The song earned 596,000 U.S. channels , up 9%, and marketed 500 downloads, up 148 percent, in the tracking week. Another album trimming, “Conga Rock,” together with Mat.Joe, arrives at No. 30 (385,000 streams; 500 sold).

Three additional Dance titles hit Hot Dance/Electronic Songs in 2020: “Looking for Me” together with Paul Woolford and Kareen Lomax (No. 18 summit ); “On My Mind,” together with SIDEPIECE (No. 25); and “Love to the World,” together with Wax Motif (No. 48).

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In other Diplo news, Silk City (the duo of Diplo and Mark Ronson), snags a second week at No. 1 to the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart with “New Love,” featuring Ellie Goulding.

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Aviella (full name: Aviella Winder) earns her first Billboard top 10 as “Tell Me What You’re Thinking” climbs 12-9 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay. The course, remixed by Lipless, Disco Fries and JYYE, Amongst Others, is drawing core-dance airplay on Music Choice’s Dance/EDM station, iHeartRadio’s Evolution Network and SiriusXM’s BPM.

Aviella, originally from Rochester, N.Y., informs Billboard, “I labored on ‘Tell Me What You’re Thinking’ with some amazing songwriters out of Sweden [David Pietras, Nellie Fors and Amanda Johansson]. I approached me with the idea of love and perseverance and I loved it. I believe it’s so significant because even if your mind wanders or overthinks, then there are a few things in life never worth dropping. ”

“The title was initially ‘Don’t Know What You’re Thinking’,” adds Aviella, who also co-wrote the Pietras and Lorne Padman-produced song. “We ended up scrapping that because I needed a bit of sass from the song, and I think that match exactly the vibe perfectly. ”

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Returning to Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, English DJ/producer Riton (actual name: Henry Smithson) and Nightcrawlers roll 13-10 with “Friday,” including Mufasa and Hypeman. It’therefore the first top 10 for all acts. “Friday,” which borrows Nightcrawlers’ “Push the Feeling On,” ascends with 1.4 U.S. streams. “Push” charted double on Dance Club Songs, attaining No. 7 in 1993 and No. 1 in 2004.

The festive “Friday” is currently Riton’s instant graph hit, following “Turn Me On,” with Oliver Heldens and including Vula, a No. 11 hit in January 2020.

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