Music charts: EM in the charts: “Time for something to change” number one

Music charts: EM in the charts: “Time for something to change” number one
Music charts: EM in the charts: “Time for something to change” number one

In the context of the European Football Championship, number one is the Summer Fairytale hit by Herbert Grönemeyer in a rap remix. Another European Championship song climbs to number twelve.

With the remix of Herbert Grönemeyer’s 2006 World Cup anthem “Zeit, dass sich was dreht” the rapper Soho Bani and Ericson climbed to the top of the German single charts this week. This was announced by GfK Entertainment, the investigator of the Official German Charts. Last week the version was still at number twelve. “Wunder” by Ayliva & Apache 207 slipped from number one to number two, and “Mittelmeer” by Pashanim slipped from number two to number three.

“Football songs conquer the top 100, with three of them even making it into the top 10,” said GfK. In addition to the Grönemeyer remix, there is also “Junge Baller” by 6PM Records, Ski Aggu, Haaland936 & Sira in fourth place and “Baddies” by Aitch & Luciano in seventh place.

In fifth place, as in the previous week, is “I Like The Way You Kiss Me” by Artemas.

Peter Schilling’s “Major Tom (Völlig losgelöst)” climbs from 58th place to 12th place. The German Football Association (DFB) has named the 80s hit the goal anthem. In the European Championship stadium, however, a different song is played after the German national team scores goals. It is “Fire” by Meduza, OneRepublic & Leony, the official song for the European Championship, which shoots up from 89th place to 29th this week.

Berlin rapper Pashanim tops the album charts

There is a lot of movement in the album charts again – more than in the singles charts. There are four new titles in the top five.

“Berlin rapper Pashanim wins twice, because in addition to the highest new entry in the single charts (“2000″, 16), he celebrates a start-to-finish victory in the album charts,” said GfK Entertainment. The debut album, also named after Pashanim’s birth year of 2000, prevailed in the duel against “Friday the 13th” by fellow rapper and 187 Strassenbande member Gzuz, which reached second place.

This time, Billie Eilish is in third place instead of fourth with “Hit Me Hard And Soft”. New at fourth place is Paul McCartney with his band Wings (“One Hand Clapping”), and new at fifth place is Axel Rudi Pell (“Risen Symbol”).

Bruce Springsteen, often called “The Boss”, makes a re-entry on track six with “Born In The USA” from 1984 – the album turns 40 these days.

Source: Stern

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