After eight weeks Meau is only number 1 in the Top 40 | Top 40 news

This is an overview of the most important changes in the Top 40 of February 26th. In the list we see 4 entrants, 10 stay, 12 get up and 14 fail.

36 (–) THE JOKER AND THE QUEEN- Ed Sheeran feat. Taylor Swift

Ed Sheeran’s Top 40 career began in 2011 and has since given him 25 hits. Taylor Swift was already on the list in 2009 but has since made it onto the list with 13 hits. The two already found each other in 2013 for a duet: Everything Has Changed. Nothing more than a Tipparade list for a collaboration between Ed and Taylor. It is different with The Joker And The Queen which after Bad Habits, Shivers and Overpass Graffiti, is the fourth single from the album Equals. This week a new track at number 36.

16 (–) YOUR VIEWS ON ME- Sofa nanny

Russo has produced songs for Jebroer, Glen Faria and Josylvio. Last year he was allowed to commit to a number of Bankzitters. After Stapelgek – which received a Zapp Award last week – and the song Rude, Je Blik Richting Mij follows this year.

The Bankzitters now have over 600,000 followers on YouTube and they now have the same number of listeners on Spotify every month. Read our interview with them here. This week, at number 16, they made their Top 40 debut.

10 (11) HURRICANE- Ofenbach & Ella Henderson

Hurricanes van Ofenbach and Ella Henderson entered the Top 40 in mid-October last year. The track has been in the top 10 for two weeks now, but not for the past five weeks. This week, Hurricane is back in the top quarter, even though the song has been on the list for 20 weeks. It’s only happened 9 times before in over 57 years of the Top 40. The last hit to make it back into the top 10 this late was Cheap Thrills by Sia and Sean Paul in 2016. Now Hurricane – who rose to the top 10 this week.

1 (2) MOTTO- Tiesto & Ava Max

Kris Kross Amsterdam, Antoon and Sigourney K are at number 3 for four consecutive weeks with the Relief Strip. Meau, after eight weeks at number 1, had to settle for second place and that means we have a new number 1. Tiësto and Ava Max took 15 weeks to do that, but with The Motto, they can now appreciate their second number 1 hit. Tiësto has been at number 1 with The Business for 7 weeks and Ava Max has been at that position for 3 weeks with Sweet But Psycho.

Every weekday at Qmusic, just after six o’clock, you can hear how a new list is forming in the Top 40 Update. The new Top 40 will be back this Friday starting at 2pm on Qmusic.

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