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Dance/Electronic Songs

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The Dance/Electronic Songs chart has been published weekly by Billboard since January 2013.[1] It is the first chart to be published that ranks the most popular dance and electronic songs according to airplay audience impressions, digital downloads, streaming and club play and it was introduced as a result of in an increase in the genre's popularity.[1]

The first number-one song on the Dance/Electronic Songs chart for the issue dated January 26, 2013, was "Scream and Shout" by and Britney Spears.[1]

The current number-one song on the Dance/Electronic Songs chart for the issue dated January 11, 2020 is "Happier" by Marshmello and Bastille. It has held the #1 spot for a record 68 weeks.[2]

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Background and eligibility criteria

As a result of the increase in the popularity of dance and electronic music, Billboard introduced the Dance/Electronic Songs chart in January 2013 to rank the most popular dance and electronic song according to airplay audience impressions, digital downloads, streaming and club play and publishes it on a weekly basis.[1] They are tracked by Nielsen SoundScan, Nielsen BDS, BDS from streaming services including Spotify and Xbox Music, and from a United States-wide select panel of 140 DJs; it uses the same methodology as is used for the all-genre Billboard Hot 100.[1] It is separate to the Dance Club Songs and Dance/Electronic Digital Songs charts, the former of which is ranked by most popular club play and the latter by the most sales.[3][4] Songs will be eligible to chart on the Dance/Electronic Songs chart based on their "core sound and tempo," however dance remixes of songs which were originally pop, R&B, rap or a different genre are not eligible for inclusion, regardless of whether it appears on either the Dance Club Songs or Dance/Mix Show Airplay charts.[1]

Song achievements

Most weeks at number-one

Weeks Song Artist Year(s) Source
67 "Happier" Marshmello and Bastille 2018–19 [2]
33 "The Middle" Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey 2018 [5]
27 "Closer" The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey 2016-17 [5]
26 "Wake Me Up" Avicii 2013–14 [5]
25 "Something Just Like This" The Chainsmokers and Coldplay 2017 [5]
23 "Lean On" Major Lazer and DJ Snake featuring 2015–16 [5]

Artist achievements

Artists with most number-one songs

Two number-ones or more
Position Artist name Tally of number-ones Ref.
1 The Chainsmokers United States 6 [6]
2 Calvin Harris United Kingdom 4
Zedd Germany|Russia
3 Marshmello United States 3
4 Avicii Sweden 2 (tie)
Robin Schulz Germany
DJ Snake France
Major Lazer United States
Justin Bieber Canada
Pharrell Williams United States
Selena Gomez United States

Artists with most weeks at number-one on the chart


See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f Pietroluongo, Silvio (January 17, 2013). "New Dance/Electronic Songs Chart Launches With & Britney at No. 1". Billboard. Retrieved July 5, 2017.
  2. ^ a b "EDM Music & Dance Songs Chart - Week of December 14, 2019". Billboard. Retrieved December 14, 2019.
  3. ^ "Dance Club Songs". Billboard. Retrieved July 5, 2017.
  4. ^ "Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales". Billboard. Retrieved July 5, 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d e Murray, Gordon (November 14, 2019). "Decade in Dance/Electronic Charts: Gaga's 'Fame' Still Going Strong, Marshmello & Bastille Reign With 'Happier'". Billboard. Retrieved November 26, 2019.
  6. ^ Murray, Gordon (May 25, 2017). "Perfect 10: The Chainsmokers & Coldplay Rule Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart for 10th Week". Billboard. Archived from the original on July 5, 2017. Retrieved July 5, 2017.
  7. ^ "Dance/Electronic Songs: Chart Week of April 29, 2017". Billboard.
  8. ^ "Dance/Electronic Songs: Chart Week of February 16, 2019". Billboard.
  9. ^ "Avicii Dance/Electronic Songs Chart History" from Billboard (June 18, 2019)
  10. ^ "Dance/Electronic Songs: Chart Week of June 22, 2019". Billboard.

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