The “Sing Meine Song” concerts are a real success story. For the past six years they have been banning millions of people regularly, have shaken up the Official German Album Charts for over 200 weeks – and are now topping the hit list for the eleventh time.
“Sing my Song – The Exchange Concert, Volume 7” gathers illustrious guests like Michael Patrick Kelly and Max Giesinger in front of the microphone and leads the Top 100 with a big lead.
The Kellys thing
After Angelo announced that he was leaving the Kelly Family, he is now starting out with his own family. Like the predecessor “Irish Heart”, “Coming Home” also came in second.
For Laith Al-Deen, “No day is free”. The pop singer went creative in Corona times and presented his current CD at a few car concerts. In the album ranking he reached third position at the start.
Behind the somewhat mysterious name The Creature hide Chris Harms and Dero Goi, the heads of the rock bands Lord Of The Lost and Oomph !. Their joint debut work “Panoptikum” attracts numerous fans in eighth place.
Also new are the indie-pop combo Von Wegen Lisbeth (“Live in the Columbiahalle”, 24), US rapper Gunna (“Wunna”, 26) and the Danish metal band Pretty Maids (“Maid In Japan – Future World Live 30 Anniversary ”, 31).
“Roadrunner” Bonez MC has the greatest endurance in the fight for the top of the single charts. The hip hopper belonging to the 187 street gang celebrates his first solo number 1 hit and has received a charter award for this success.
This is how the charts are determined
New addition Capital Bra (“Come Come”, two) and last week’s winner Apache 207 (“Fame”) win silver and bronze. Lady Gaga, meanwhile, is fueling the anticipation for her album to be released today. The song “Rain On Me”, in which compatriot Ariana Grande is also involved, is the highest international new entry and ranks ninth.
The Official German Charts are determined by GfK Entertainment. They cover 90 percent of all music sales and are the central barometer of success for industry, the media and music fans.
The hit lists are based on the sales and usage data of 2,800 retailers in all sales channels. These include stationary retail, e-commerce providers, download portals and music streaming platforms.