Songs by Sia, Meghan Trainor, Christina Perri and Better Than Ezra ascend into the Top 40 at Hot AC radio. Ed Sheeran and Mary Lambert also make big moves.

Sia’s “Chandelier” and Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” are making waves on yet another music industry chart.

The latest to play host to their upward movement is Mediabase’s official Hot Adult Contemporary airplay chart, which welcomes the two songs to its top 40 this week.

Spun 464 times over the seven days ending August 2, “Chandelier” jumps nine places to #37 on the chart. Trainor’s “Bass” leverages 391 Hot AC spins to reach #39. It was #50 on last week’s chart.

The two songs, which hit respective peaks of #9 and #28 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100, are also making major waves at pop radio. “Chandelier” is #14 on the pop format, while “All About That Bass” is up to #24. Both are among the format’s top ten airplay gainers.

Other new/returning Top 40 entries at Hot AC radio include Colbie Caillat’s “Try” (#33, +8), Christina Perri’s “Burning Gold” (#38, +4) and Better Than Ezra’s “Crazy Lucky” (#40, +1).

Other notables on Mediabase’s official Hot AC airplay chart:

— MAGIC!’s “Rude” holds at #1. Nico and Vinz’ “Am I Wrong” (#2), Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” (#3), Maroon 5’s “Maps” (#4) and OneRepublic’s “Love Runs Out” (#5) compose the balance of the top 5.

— Disclosure’s “Latch (featuring Sam Smith)” lifts three places to #15.

— Ed Sheeran’s “Don’t” surges ten places to reach #20.

— Mary Lambert’s “Secrets” also vaults ten places to reach #22.

— Charli XCX’s “Boom Clap” and Oh Honey’s “Be Okay” also enter the Top 25 at #23 and #25, respectively.

— Daughtry’s “Battleships” flies into the Top 30 at #27. The Script’s “Superheroes” and Capital Cities’ “One Minute More” enter that club at #28 and #29, respectively.

— Big movers outside the Top 40 include Alex and Sierra’s “Scarecrows,” which improves eleven places to #44, and Ariana Grande’s “Break Free (featuring Zedd),” which jumps nine spots to #47.

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