Amy Shark rises to the occasion, debuting at No.23: AirCheck

Chart Highlights    25 June 2020

  • New Music: Amy Shark debuts at No.23 with ‘Everybody Rise’ earning 305 spins​
  • Heating Up: Daryl Braithwaite returns to the airwaves with ‘Love Songs’ at No.29​
  • Highest Gain: Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo in at No.35 with ‘Savage Love’

This week Aussie singer-songwriter Amy Shark dropped her first release in two years with ‘Everybody Rise’. The single received 305 plays according to the AirCheck National Radio Airplay Chart, earning instant support from CHR networks Hit, KIIS and Nova, as well as Triple J, Hot Tomato and 973. Hit 90.9 on the Gold Coast was the top spinner, with 27 instances, followed by Hit 101.3 on the Central Coast and KIIS 101 Melbourne.

Daryl Braithwaite also delivered new music to the chart in ‘Love Songs’. In it’s third week on radio, the track rose 12 places to No.29, earning 268 spins. A massive 27 stations across Australia added spins across a wide range of formats including CHR, AC, Hot AC, Classic, Rock and even Talk with a spin on 6PR. KIIS 1065 Sydney was out in front with 33 instances, followed by Geelong’s BayFM.

Kiwi producer Jawsh 685 teamed up with Jason Derulo on ‘Savage Love’, another song that gained popularity after going viral on app Tik Tok. The Nova network championed the track, accounting for half of the week’s airplay, with adds from 12 other stations including The Edge Sydney and KRock Geelong.






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