This week on the Weekly Top 20, a great workout song debuts. Plus the Woody Allen-inspired “Paris in the Rain” and Brendon Urie’s rock ode to his Mormon roots, read all about these in this week’s WT20Facts.
Calvin Harris’ homage to 90’s house music spends a second week at number one. Meanwhile, Flo Rida debuts with his workout song “Sweet Sensation” and Panic! At the Disco as well with their song “Say Amen”. Check out facts about this week’s hits below.
“Back to You” by Selena Gomez
- “Back to You” is an upbeat love ballad that is about Selena singing her heart out for her significant other, even though that person may be able to hurt her again.
“Sweet Sensation” by Flo Rida
- This song marks the historic 10 year anniversary of Flo Rida's first album "Mail On Sunday," which featured the smash hit "Low." This new song of his entitled “Sweet Sensation”, samples the classic 1980 disco hit “Love Sensation” by Loleatta Holloway. This is also a “great workout song” according to Flo Rida himself.
“Paris in the Rain” by Lauv
- “Paris in the Rain” is Lauv’s 4th single from last year. According to the 23 year old singer songwriter, he wrote the song after watching the 2011 romantic fantasy movie “Midnight in Paris”. In an interview with Billboard, he said “The second time I watched the movie, that’s when I got the concept of how I was going to write it. I picked up the guitar and wrote the song.”
“Say Amen (Saturday Night)” by Panic! At the Disco
- Brendon Urie explained that this new Panic! At the Disco song is his way of trying to reconcile his career with his early Mormon roots, even though he admits to not being religious at all any more. Brendon was raised in a Mormon family, but he left the faith around 17.
Hailee Steinfeld is currently on tour supporting Katy Perry on her Witness worldwide tour. Steinfeld is also set to support Charlie Puth on his concert this July.
#1 – “One Kiss” by Calvin Harris ft. Dua Lipa
- This uptempo track finds Calvin Harris paying homage to '90s-style house music. This number one song features seductive vocals by Dua Lipa singing about the power of a kiss. The song's throwback house vibe is complemented by its lyric video which we have posted on our website. It features VHS-quality footage of two couples being played on a vintage television.