PRO MOTION and the Billboard DJ community dance through April with Ariana Grande (#2*) Oliver Heldens ft Shungudzo (#4* Greatest Gainer) Sigrid (#8)
P!nk (#30*) Omar Veluz (#43*) and Calvin Harris (#49* Debut) with the Alan Walker ft Sabrina Carpenter collaboration and the new Ava Max single the next to fly!

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ARIANA GRANDE
‘BREAK UP WITH YOUR GIRLFRIEND, I’M BORED’ (Republic)

From #4* Greatest Gainer to #2* PRO MOTION releases the final mixes c/o Billboard deejays’ CRAIG C, DANNY MORRIS, RAY RHODES in pursuit of the top dance chart slot!


OLIVER HELDENS FT SHUNGUDZO
‘FIRE IN MY SOUL’ (RCA)

As the CHRIS COX + CRISTIAN POOW mixes move The Netherlands DJ Producer / American vocalist collab from #6* to #4* GREATEST GAINER the new JUSTIN CARUSO + TOM STAAR mixes kick in BIG time


SIGRID
‘DON’T FEEL LIKE CRYING’ (Island)

It’s the 22-year old Norwegian artists’s debut domestic dance single and, the collection of MK + JACKED + BUSTA K
mixes contribute to her first, ever Top 10 Billboard single at #8


P!NK 
‘WALK ME HOME’ (RCA)

Launched on the strength of the LIAM PFIFER version, the recently released ERIC KUPPER remix collection contributes to the latest Herculean dance chart jump from #41* DEBUT to #30*


OMAR VELUZ
‘SEND ME AN ANGEL’ (Quinn Coleman Music)

Introduced to the Billboard community via the PERRY TWINS versions moves, PRO MOTION pulls the trigger on the DIRTY WERK mixes in support of this weeks #43*


CALVIN HARRIS
‘I’M SO ALONE 2019’ (Columbia)

Like (his) former #1* One Kiss, Promises and Giant singles, the CALVIN HARRIS remix of his 2019 classic bypassed the Breakout section in lieu of a #49* DEBUT


ALAN WALKER FT SABRINA CARPENTER
‘ON MY WAY’ (RCA)

His first single since All Falls Down ft Noah Cyrus went #1* and her follow up single to last week’s #1* Sue Me, Norway meets America on the DIRTY DISCO remixed single and this week’s BREAKOUT


 

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