Noah Kahan managed to increase his lead this week and is in first place of the Dutch Top 40 for a third week.
The 27-year-old American singer is conquering the world with his folk song. Overdrive from Ofenbach and Norma Jean Martine is further behind. The track has continued to climb since its entry into the list, but now comes to a standstill for the first time, at number 2, in the 15th week. Number 3, Dua Lipa’s Houdini, also remains seated this week.
Everything Op Gevoel smells the top 3
Alles Op Gevoel by Flemming, Zoë Tauran and Ronnie Flex, rises five places to number 4. It is Zoë Tauran’s sixth Top 40 hit and she has never been ranked so high on the list before. With Solo (with Bilal Wahib) she made her debut in the list in May 2022 and at the end of that year she was in the top 10 for the first time with Adrenaline (with Kris Kross Amsterdam and Ronnie Flex). That track reached number 6. It became her biggest success in the Top 40.
Until this week, she reached the highest position with her first solo hit. Therapy reached number 5 last year and the collaboration with Flemming and Ronnie Flex has now surpassed that number. Everything Op Gevoel is also the highest ranked theme of Friends Van Amstel Live. Until this week, Als Ik Je Weer Zier (by Thomas Acda, Paul De Munnik, Maan and Typhoon) came in sixth place. The biggest hit in the top 10 goes to Tate McRae’s Greedy. The former number 1 falls down 4 places and is now at number 8. In addition to Flemming, Zoë Tauran and Ronnie Flex, David Guetta and Kim Petras also benefit from this. They rise from 7 to 6 with When We Were Young (The Logical Song).
Sophie Ellis-Bextor returns
Almost 22 years ago, Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Murder On The Dancefloor was in the Top 40 for a period of 15 weeks. Then, in 2002, the hit reached number 4. Due to the success of the film Saltburn, the song is again frequently clicked on. on the various streaming platforms. This week the hit returns to the list at number 30. It is the eighth hit that managed to return to the hit list thanks to its use in a film or series. The previous hit that did this was Running Up That Hill (by Kate Bush) thanks to the series Stranger Things. The Top 40 has two new hits, via Undecided (by Rondé, new at number 32) and Beautiful Things (by Benson Boone, new at number 39).
Whatever is the fastest climber
Whatever by Kygo and Ava Max climbs 14 places this week, making it the fastest climber at number 26. Kygo manages to gain another spot in the ranking of most successful DJs and surpasses Martin Garrix’s score. The Dutchman has been standing still since February 2023 and will be overtaken again next week because the men of Kris Kross Amsterdam will also take a spot from Garrix. Last week Martijn was at number 6 where Kygo is now; Next week he will drop to number 8 when Kris Kross Amsterdam also takes a spot.
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