‘Fifty Shades of Grey: Remixed’ Debuts on Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart
May 15, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The primarily downtempo electronic 10-track set sole 2,000 units in a tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. Cuts operation from Robotaki’s bleep-heavy chronicle of Awolnation‘s cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “I’m on Fire” to Oliver Kraus and Brian West’s scary brew of Sia‘s “Salted Wound” and Kaskade‘s party-ready reformation of Skylar Grey‘s “I Know You.” The Weeknd is a usually act with mixed marks on a album: “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey),” as interpreted by Marian Hill, and “Where You Belong,” remixed by Sohn. Plus, Ellie Goulding‘s “Love Me Like You Do” receives a remix by Gazzo (as a single manners a Dance/Mix Show Airplay burn for a sixth week).
‘MORE’ DEORRO: On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Deorro and Chris Brown enter a tip 10 with “Five More Hours” (11-10). The new chronicle of Deorro’s strange “Five Hours” (which appearance during No. 14 in September) swaps vocals from DyCy for those by Brown and is out around Ultra (instead of Le7els/PMRD).
“More” breaks into a tip 10 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs (11-8), braggadocio scarcely 2 million U.S. streams (led by 59 percent from Spotify). It also gains by 18 percent to 8,000 sold.
‘FOREVER’ BEGINS: Staying with Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, a Hot Shot Debut belongs to Alesso with “If It Wasn’t for You” (No. 35). The lane is a fourth to draft from a Swedish DJ’s stirring set Forever (due May 26).
Previously, Alesso strike No. 24 on a draft with “Tear a Roof Up” and No. 2 with “Heroes (We Could Be),” featuring Tove Lo. He parallel rises 15-14 with “Cool,” featuring Roy English (and that ranks during No. 2 for a second week on Dance Club Songs).
“Wasn’t” debuts during No. 37 on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs (with 3,000 sold), where it’s his initial strain to draft but a featured act.
FLY, ROBIN S. COVER: Further down Hot Dance/Electronic Songs is another chronicle of a oft-covered Robin S. classical “Show Me Love” (No. 42). This new pleasant residence version, by Dutch DJ Sam Feldt and featuring vocals from Kimberly Anne, sole 5,000 downloads, good for a No. 20 entrance on Dance/Electronic Digital Songs. It was 22 years ago that a Robin S. strange strike No. 1 on Dance Club Songs (May 8, 1993).
JONAS JUMPS TO No. 1 : On Dance Club Songs, Nick Jonas notches his second No. 1 with “Chains” (3-1). He initial led a list with “Jealous” (Jan. 10). Remixes from Audien, Dan Farber and Mike Hawkins, among others, assistance “Chains” close adult a chart’s tip spot.