For the last 10 weeks, duo The Chainsmokers have held a steady position on Billboard‘s highly coveted Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart, now sitting at the #1 spot with their track “Don’t Let Me Down,” featuring Daya. The track has remained within the list’s top 25 positions alongside both “Roses” and “Inside Out,” the former of which for a whopping 12 weeks. But “Don’t Let Me Down,” with its euphoric vocals and soaring melodies, now leads the entire roster, having bumped up from the second position last week.
.@billboard Dance/Electronic Digital Songs 🆕 #1 RECORD
#1 (⬆️1 | 🆕 Peak | 10 weeks)@TheChainsmokers – 'DLMD' pic.twitter.com/ePrt6zvANf
— BB Dance Report (@BBDanceReport) April 23, 2016
The song in question is also currently topping both the Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay categories, effectively cementing it as one of the world’s most listened to tracks of the season. Enjoy it in full below.
This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: The Chainsmokers Tops Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Digital Songs Chart For 10 Weeks