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Au/Ra & CamelPhat’s “Panic Room” Enjoys 3rd Week As US Dance Radio’s #1 Song

“Panic Room” spends another week atop the Mediabase dance radio chart.

Au/Ra - Panic Room | Sony Music

It may have suffered a slight week-over-week loss in spins, but Au/Ra & CamelPhat’s “Panic Room” still convincingly ranked as US dance radio’s most played song for the August 26-September 1 tracking period.

It accordingly celebrates a third week at #1 on the Mediabase dance airplay chart.

“Panic Room” received ~290 spins during the tracking period. The count trails last week’s mark by 17 plays but comfortably tops that of the #2 song.

Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa’s “One Kiss,” which again takes the runner-up position, received 224 tracking period plays (-11).

Up four places, Deadmau5’s “Monophobia (featuring Rob Swire)” earns #3 on this week’s chart. The song received ~208 spins (+5).

The Chainsmokers’ “Side Effects (featuring Emily Warren)” rises five places to #4 with ~207 plays (+8), while a spin count of ~202 (+11) lifts Elephante’s “The In Between (featuring Anjulie)” five spots to #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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