Dua Lipa’s ‘Don’t Start Now’ Scored Seventh No.1

Soon after making headlines for her latest tattoo, Dua Lipa is once again made headlines and this time it is for scoring Seventh No. 1 on dance club songs chars with ‘Don’t start now’.

Dua Lipa allegedly leapt 5-1 on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart (dated Jan. 4) with “Don’t Start Now.” Her seventh No. 1, the poppy original was allegedly been remixed by Dom Dolla, Purple Disco Machine and Kungs, amongst others. 

The singer first led on Jan. 14, 2017, with “Blow Your Mind (Mwah).” Since then, her seven No. 1s are making the most of all acts; Ariana Grande and Rihanna are following with six each in that span.

The singer allegeldy lands her first Dance Club Songs leader since “Electricity,” along with Silk City, which topped the Nov. 24, 2018-dated survey.

The four-spot jump to the top is the greatest achievement for anybody!

Also, “Don’t start now” spends a second frame at No. 1 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay. The song became Lipa’s third hit on the list, after “One Kiss” (with Calvin Harris; 10 weeks at No. 1) and “New Rules” (four weeks), both in 2018.

Also, Benny Mardones is back on a Billboard chart for the very first time in over 16 years with his song “Into the Night (2019)” (37-35). The pop singer had allegedly last scaled a survey with “I Know You by Heart” (with Katrina Carlson), a No. 25 Adult Contemporary hit in the year 2003.

“Night” also returns because of the wonderful remixes from Dirty Werk, Eric Kupper and more. It’s the latest go-round for the song that in its original ballad form, hit No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1980 and returned for a second run, reaching No. 20 in the year 1989.

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