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This week on the Weekly Top 20, Portugal the Man still remains the number one song. ‘Feel It Still’ is so huge right now that it’s even number three on the Billboard Alternative charts for the 20th week already! Here are other facts for this week’s hits. Scroll down below.


We Could Go Back by Jonas Blue ft. Moelogo

  • ‘We Could Go Back’ was first released back in October. Producer Jonas Blue features a young British-Norwegian singer named Moelogo for the track. His light soulful raspy voice, according to Billboard, gives the song a “communal feeling fit for a bonfire on the beach”.


Lips on You by Maroon 5

  • Lips on You” can be found on Maroon 5’s latest album ‘Red Pill Blue” released back in November. In a review by the Diamond Back, Lips on You is said to be the album’s sexiest track and it finds singer Adam Levine “at his most seductive”.

Perfect by Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé

  • After a hot streak of collaborations this year, Beyoncé finally hops onto the chart-topping guitar ballad, “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran. This “duet” version is a soft acoustic ‘remix’ of the original track and also features choir backing vocals. Although this is the first duet between the two legends, they have sung together in the past to honor Stevie Wonder at the 2015 Grammys.


Way back in February it was reported that the ”Lego Batman’ director Chris McKay is developing a DC Superhero movie about Nightwing, a.k.a. the original Robin. Now, Nightwing has been one of DC’s most popular characters for years. With that, it’s no surprise that every actor in Hollywood wants to take on the role. However, Nick Jonas, just very recently, announced that he wants his fans to campaign for him to play Nightwing. And apparently, according to, Jonas is one of the frontrunners for the role!

#1 ‘Feel it Still’ by Portugal. The Man

  • Feel it Still is currently the longest-running #1 song on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart. It has been number one on the Billboard chart for 20 weeks now, surpassing the record once held by Muse for their song Madness back in 2012.