Monday Morning Mediabase 06/07/2021

Three milestones to recognize for the first reporting week of June.

The 2021 Eurovision Song contest may have completed two weeks ago, but the 2020 winning song isn’t done with us yet. “Arcade” by Dutch Voice contestant Duncan Laurence moved up to the top 15 on HAC this week. The song is also top 15 on AC and top 25 on Pop.

The UK X-Factor’s biggest success story is One Direction and even as solo artists, the individuals continue to achieve chart milestones. This week, the first to leave the band, Zayn debuts “To Begin Again” on AC. The song was originally released in March.

Meanwhile, Niall Horan has teamed up with Anne-Marie on “Our Song”. The song debuted last week on HAC and this week, it goes top 40 on that format. Niall had a couple of hits with his first album, but his second album had the unfortunate release date of mid-March of last year when all anybody could think about was COVID. “Our Song” is off of Anne-Marie’s “Therapy” album scheduled for release in July.

Also hitting a milestone last week was Chase Rice with his “Drinkin’ Bear Talkin’ God Amen” collaboration with Florida Georgia Line. The song went top 15 on Country last week and is now seems on its way to top 10 as it is 12th this week.

Debuting on the AC chart last week was Gabbie Barrett’s “The Good Ones”. Her first single “I Hope” went to number on in that format and is currently sitting at number 2.

Mandisa’s “Way Maker” makes its back back onto the CAC chart this week just as Fousheé’s “Single AF” returned to the top 40 of UR&B last week.

Over on the BB200, Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” is 4th with 52K in equivalent album sales (-5%).

Chase Rice:
“Drinkin’ Beer Talkin’ God Amen” featuring Florida Georgia Line: ^12 Country (15)

Chris Daughtry [Daughtry]
“Heavy is the Crown”: ^23 Active Rock (23)

Colton Dixon:
“Made to Fly”: ^35 CAC (36)

Duncan Laurence:
“Arcade”: ^15 HAC (17); ^13 AC (13); ^24 Pop (25)

“Single AF”: ^27 UR&B (29)

Gabby Barrett:
“I Hope”: ^2 AC (2)
“The Good Ones”: ^46 AC (44)

Harry Styles:
“Golden”: 29 AC (27)
“Watermelon Sugar”: ^7 AC (7)

Ingrid Andress:
“Lady Like”: ^35 Country (36)

Jennifer Hudson:
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”: ^22 UR&B (23)

Jordan Smith:
“Great You Are”: ^39 CAC (39)

Lauren Alaina:
with Jon Pardi “Getting Over Him”: ^44 Country (44)

“Way Maker”: ^49 CAC (51)

Niall Horan:
&Anne-Marie: “Our Song”: ^35 HAC (42)

X Khalid: “Love Lies”: 41 AC (39)

Scotty McCreery:
“You Time”: ^21 Country (22)

Ingrid Michaelson: “To Begin Again”: ^48 AC (NEW)

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