Swift’s “Shake It Off”
jumps to number one on both the CHR and Mainstream
AC charts. It is her third chart-topper at CHR and
first since “I Knew You Were Trouble”
in January 2013. It is also her third No. 1 at AC
and first since “We Are Never Ever Getting
Back Together” exactly two years ago.
Black Keys’ “Gotta Get Away”
jumps 2-1 on the overall Rock chart. It is their
fifth straight chart-topper and the follow-up to
“Fever,” which spent 19 weeks at No.
1, the longest running No. 1 in the BDS era.
“Play Ball” debuts at No. 6 on the overall
Rock chart and at No. 2 on the Mainstream Rock chart.
It is the second highest Rock debut of the year,
behind the No. 5 entry of the Black Keys’
“Fever” in April. It is AC/DC’s
highest debut since “Rock N Roll Train”
debuted at No. 1 in 2008. It is the highest debut
for any song since the Mainstream Rock chart began
score their first chart-topping song as “Left
Hand Free” moves 3-1 at Modern Rock.