Walk The Moon gets a 22nd week at #1 with “Shut Up And Dance,” tying it with Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” for the longest-running #1 ever on my chart. Minus a little shuffling at the bottom, the top ten stays the same; Carly Rae Jepsen vaults to #11 with the title track from her new album, E·MO·TION. She also scores the week’s highest debut, as upcoming single “Run Away With Me” runs in at #33. Except for the debut of Delta Rae’s Charleston-inspired single “All Good People” and a re-entry from firekid, the rest of the week’s new entries belong to Kacey Musgraves and Tori Kelly, who each debut several songs from their respective albums, Pageant Material and Unbreakable Smile.
Walk The Moon holds for an eleventh week at the top spot, with Alabama Shakes newly nipping at their heels as “Don’t Wanna Fight” leapfrogs “Gimme All Your Love” to reach a new peak of #2. In only her fifth week on the chart, Rachel Platten enters the the top ten with “Fight Song,” which jumps 13-10. Four songs tie for the week’s greatest gain with 30-spot jumps for Carly Rae Jepsen’s “All That” (#17), Brandon Flowers’s “Can’t Deny My Love” (#46), and Delta Rae’s “You’re The One For Me” (#59) and “My Whole Life Long” (#63). Hilary Duff scores the top debut with “Sparks,” the third song to be released in advance of a comeback album with RCA Records. Additional debuts include a pair each from Hollywood Records (R5 and newly-solo Grace Potter) and Interscope (X Ambassadors and Ryn Weaver), as well as the final pair of tracks yet to chart from Delta Rae’s album After It All.
The top ten is completely static this Easter Sunday – in fact, the only movement in the entire top twenty comes from Delta Rae, who debuts at #14 with new After It All album track “Dead End Road” and pushes every other song down one spot. Delta Rae scores another three debuts ahead of their album release on Tuesday. AIR BAG ONE is the week’s big mover, up 41 spots to #46 this week; Carly Rae Jepsen’s new track “All That” enters just below at #47 following her debut of the track on Saturday Night Live. Jennifer Lopez, Allen Stone, Joy Williams, and SXSW alums Indevotion provide the week’s other debuts.