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Da Charts: Milky Chance continues to Kill the Middle-Aged White People Game…

In TOP 40:

* MEGHAN TRAINOR is now in the runner up spot, rising 4*-2* with “All About That Bass,” up 2241 spins

* Also going top 10 is the collaborative effort between JESSIE J, ARIANA GRANDE, and NICKI MINAJ with “Bang Bang” up 13*-10*
* Two newcomers enter the top 15 this week with ECHOSMITH continuing a steady climb with “Cool Kids” up 17*-13*
* TOVE LO also goes into the top 15 with a solid 18*-14* move with “Habits (Stay High)”

*Childish Gambino enters the chart

In RYTHMIC:

* JEREMIH retains the #1 spot with “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” featuring YG - and was up in spins again

* Also top 15 is “Bang Bang” by JESSIE J/ARIANA GRANDE/NICKI MINAJ
* MEGHAN TRAINOR enters the top 20 at Rhythmic, moving 21*-19* with “All About That Bass”

*Bobby Shmurda lands debut (hayy)

In URBAN:

* JEREMIH remains in the #1 spot with “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” featuring YG 
* He still holds a 207 spin lead on “Lifestyle” by RICH GANG featuring YOUNG THUG, which is up 346 spins

* MIGOS enters the top 20 with an impressive 21*-16* move on “Handsome And Wealthy”

* AUGUST ALSINA, T-PAIN, and JUICY J all debut

* BEYONCE is heading toward the top 5 as Flawless” rises 10*-6*

In HOT AC:

* MILKY CHANCE leads the debuts this week as “Stolen Dance” debuts at 36*
* VANCE JOY, ELLA HENDERSON, and JASON MRAZ also debut

In ALTERNATIVE:

* FALL OUT BOY score a huge debut at 21* with “Centuries” 
* ARCTIC MONKEYS score a 36*-28* with “R U Mine?”
* BLEACHERS follow their chart topper “I Wanna Get Better” with “Rollercoaster” entering at 30*
* JACK WHITE also enters the chart at 39* with “Would You Fight For My Love?”

* MILKY CHANCE moves to the top spot with “Stolen Dance” up 2*-1* and succeeding VANCE JOY
* The lone new entry in the top 10 comes from BASTILLE - who is there for third time with “Flaws” up 11*-9*

In TRIPLE A: 

* MILKY CHANCE remain #1 with “Stolen Dance”

* ALT-J enter the top 15 with “Left Hand Free”
* Newcomer GEORGE EZRA lands an impressive debut at 19* with “Budapest”

Some are probably going to listen to “Wishes” and PC Music and lump it in with mindless radio pop, but eventually, the distinction will become clear. Eventually, hopefully “pop” won’t be such a dirty word to some people, because a lot of young artists are taking it into fun new directions. This one’s from Ryan Hemsworth’supcoming Secret Songs compilation, coming later this month.—Confusion