Pure Play: Taylor Swift's Wildest Dreams blew away the competition in weekend-to-weekend audience growth, improving a whopping 1300 percent
Strong on demand numbers help push Lean On, from Major Lazer X DJ Snake, to #1, keeping a run for The Weeknd's Can't Feel My Face to a single week.
Rachel Platten's Fight Song managed three weeks at #1, but Adult Hits streamcasts can't get enough of Shut Up And Dance. The smash is back at #1.
Even as Renegades dropped 400,000 impressions under last week, the X Ambassadors cross format hit held the top spot for an impressive 12th frame.
Sam Hunt made a three notch leap to #1 with House Party, knocking Michael Ray's Kiss You In The Morning down five spots after a two week chart topping run.
Completing its first month at #1, Cut The Cord, from Shinedown, topped second ranked The Vengeful One, from Disturbed, by more than one million impressions.
Though down slightly to 163,000 impressions, Ingala's Coast To Coast scored another week at #1. It's active on 27 netcasts, the highest of any record.
Trends project The Weeknd should break the Top 20 with The Hills, but stronger on-demand numbers will keep Can't Feel My Face out of #1, although its leading in streamcast performances. R. City will again score double digit improvements for Locked Away.analysis
Once again, Lana Del Rey proves to be the go-to artist to test the theory that you don't need off-the-bat broadcast support to score a big opening week for your anticipated single. 14.5 million impressions put High By The Beach in 8th place on the On-Demand Top 40on demand
Stable is the word of the day for most titles, with Hailee Steinfeld the only artist to earn double digit growth. Love Myself was up 10 percent, but Zedd's otherwise sleepy Beautiful Now woke up and earned nearly as much. Elle King's Ex's And Oh's almost as strong.wednesday
Audience growth for The Weeknd, One Direction, Shawn Mendes, R. City in the double digits, Can't Feel My Face held #1
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