It’s never One Too Many for Keith Urban & Pink, up 475 spins to No.9: AirCheck

    Chart Highlights    24 September 2020

  • Biggest Mover: Keith Urban & Pink up a massive 475 spins to No.9 with ‘One Too Many’​
  • Heating Up: David Guetta & Sia’s ‘Let’s Love’ rises 12 places to No.11 with 498 spins​
  • New Music: Justin Bieber teams up with Chance The Rapper on ‘Holy’ in at No.25

In its second week on air, Keith Urban & Pink’s collaboration ‘One Too Many’ was the biggest mover on the AirCheck National Radio Airplay Chart,  gaining 475 spins to No.9. The track received 559 spins across 19 stations with B105 Brisbane and Hit92.9 Perth showing the strongest support adding 40 instances each. The Hit network accounted for 53% of the week’s airplay while 973 and Hot Tomato jumped on board last week and began spinning the track. NewFM Newcastle made the biggest change in airplay, from a single spin last week to 14 this week.

After debuting at No.23 last week, David Guetta and Sia’s ‘Let’s Love’ continued to rise up the chart this week, landing at No.11. The release was championed by the Nova network, adding the most airplay both last week and this week. Last week the network averaged 31 spins on each of the five stations, while this week there was a 45% airplay increase, taking the tally to 45 plays per station. This is the ninth collaboration for the two, with recent release ‘Flames’ peaking at No.10 on the AirCheck National Radio Airplay Chart on 26 April 2018 with 578 spins.

Justin Bieber delivered new music to the airwaves this week with ‘Holy’ featuring Chance The Rapper, debuting at No.25. Across Australia, 16 stations added the track, namely the Nova, Hit and KIIS networks as well as the Edge Sydney. Nova lead the charge with a total of 181 spins across the five stations, followed by The Edge with 21 instances. Airplay from the Hit network was predominantly during the evening, adding 7 plays per station.



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