Producer Petey Martin and singer Lauren Daigle launch at No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales chart (dated Jan. 23) with “Come Back Home.” The first ruler on the ranking for both acts sold 2,000 downloads in the week ending Jan. 14, according to MRC Data.
“Home” concurrently bows at No. 18 on the multi-metric Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, also boasting 535,000 U.S. streams.
It’s the first Billboard dance/electronic chart appearance for Daigle, who’s notched four No. 1s and 13 top 10s among 35 entries on the Hot Christian Songs chart. Among those is that survey’s current No. 1 “You Say,” which at 115 leading weeks continues to extend its record for the most time ever logged at No. 1 on any of Billboard’s airplay-, sales- and streaming-based songs charts.
“Home” marks Martin’s second Billboard chart appearance as an artist, after “Say You Will,” with Kygo and Patrick Droney, reached No. 36 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs last June, as parent album Kygo’s Golden Hour made its chart arrival. Martin co-produced “Say,” plus two other tracks that peaked on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs the same week, also both from Golden Hour: Kygo and Oh Wonder’s “How Would I Know” (No. 33) and Kygo and Joe Janiak’s “Follow,” (No. 38).
Additionally on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, Sigala. and James Arthur ascend 11-10 with “Lasting Lover.” The first top 10 on the survey for each act earned 2.7 million in radio airplay audience and 1.6 million streams and sold 1,000 in the tracking week. In December, “Lover” logged two frames at No. 1 on the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart.
Further on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, producer HVME pushes 6-4 with “Goosebumps,” claiming top Streaming and Digital Gainer honors (3.4 million streams, up 32%; nearly 500 sold, up 73%).
The track, which updates (with an uncredited vocalist) Travis Scott’s 2017 track of the same name, also jumps 11-6 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, where its HVME’s first top 10. A new mix of the song, with Scott’s vocals, was released Friday, Jan. 15.
Continuing on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Bingo Players score their first top 10, Disco Fries add their second and featured singer Viiq earns her first with “Forever Love” (12-8).