Calvin Harris Earns Record-Breaking 14th No. 1 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay With Eliza Rose Collab ‘Body Moving’

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Calvin Harris rewrites the record for the most No. 1s in the 20-year history of Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, as his Eliza Rose collaboration “Body Moving” rises to the top of the ranking dated Jan. 13.

Harris earns his 14th Dance/Mix Show Airplay No. 1, breaking out of a tie with David Guetta for the most in the chart’s archives.

Rose, meanwhile, achieves her first No. 1 on a U.S.-based Billboard chart.


Most No. 1s on Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart:

14, Calvin Harris

13, David Guetta

12, Rihanna

8, The Chainsmokers

7, Madonna

6, Ellie Goulding

5, Beyoncé

5, Justin Bieber

5, Anabel Englund


5, Katy Perry

5, Britney Spears

5, Tiesto

5, Zedd

“Body Moving,” on Ministry of Sound/Columbia Records, tops the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, which ranks titles by weekly plays on a panel of core 24/7 dance stations augmented with mix show hours on pop stations, with a 5% bump in plays Dec. 29-Jan. 5, according to Luminate.

Harris first ruled Dance/Mix Show Airplay with “Feel So Close” for eight weeks beginning in March 2012. He had most recently led with “Miracle,” with Ellie Goulding, for two weeks last May.

The star Scottish DJ also boasts the most career weeks atop Dance/Mix Show Airplay: 98. Rihanna ranks second with 59, followed by The Chainsmokers (57), Guetta (48) and Dua Lipa (44).

Rose, from England, broke through in 2022 with her international hit “B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All),” which scored two weeks at No. 1 that September on The Official UK Singles Chart.

All charts dated Jan. 13 will update on Billboard.com Tuesday, Jan. 9.

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