Adele held on to #1 for a fifth week with her mega-smash Hello, but Justin Bieber's video-centric Purpose album owned the week
At 611 supporting netcasts, Hello has nearly reached 100 percent radio saturation. Adele's cross format mega-smash gained impressions as it wrapped up its first month.
Meghan Trainor scored a three spot jump to #2 with Like I'm Gonna Lose You, but is still 6 million impressions away from challenging Adele's massive Hello.
Much of the chart was down this week, including new #1 Stressed Out from Twenty One Pilots. The single narrowly beat out Cold War Kids' First by 23,000 impressions.
Outpacing Carrie Underwood's Smoke Break by 1.2 million impressions, Chris Young's I'm Coming Home held the top spot by a comfortable margin.
Chris Cornell ended a run for Breaking Benjamin's Angels Fall, as Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart netted 1.4 million impressions against 1,669 performances.
Ken Navarro returned to the top of the chart with Juliet, ousting another former #1, Vinyl, from Boney James, down to second place. Both tracks are in their 15th week.
Missy Elliott's latest WTF (Where They From) was the most added record among Urban Hits broadcasts, attracting 29 new station starters over the current chart week. Here's the list of stations in that format where you can hear the new record.
The Weeknd's In The Night, One Direction's Perfect posted the best Sunday-to-Monday airplay improvements. Adele topped a 5.0 audience share for a third time with Hello, and Justin Bieber's Sorry vaulted to #7.
The Weeknd looks be taking In The Night in the same direction as his first three solo chart hits, as it remained the top playlist starter again on Friday. Eric Church's Mr. Misunderstood has been a solid runner up, but The Chainsmokers surprise with a fourth place finish for Roses.adds
David Guetta's Hey Mama, featuring Nicki Minaj, wrapped up its chart run after 222,899 performances, and 31 weeks.
IN THE NIGHT
+12.2 million impressions
WTF (WHERE THEY FROM)
+16.2 million impressions
HOME ALONE TONIGHT
+2.7 million impressions<
US National Airplay - Meghan Trainor has scored her third US Top 10 hit with Like I'm Gonna Lose You, and Coldplay's rapidly rising Adventure Of A Lifetime bowed at #37.
A five spot jump to #6 scored debut artist, and Ontario native, Coleman Hell his first Canadian Top 10 hit