Thursday, 11 February 2016

Top of the Pops, 11th February 2016

A 90s-style chart leads to a fevered vision of what 90s TOTP would have been like if they hadn't relaxed their rules. Apart from a straight-in chart topper from ZAYN, almost nobody (with the admirable exception of Craig David) is climbing the top 40, so most performers come from the lower reaches.

That isn't necessarily a bad thing, though, as we're able to welcome some more leftfield performers than usual, including Twenty One Pilots and G-Eazy. Friends of the show Coldplay also sneak in with their Superbowl song.

Debuts: Twenty One Pilots, ZAYN (as solo).

Craig David and Big Narstie - When The Bassline Drops

Up 4 to number 10

Charlie Puth - One Call Away

Up 16 to number 25

G-Eazy ft. Bebe Rexha - Me Myself & I

Up 7 to number 44

Coldplay - Hymn For The Weekend

In at number 60

Twenty One Pilots - Stressed Out

In at number 61

Birdy - Keeping Your Head Up

Up 6 to number 62

Selena Gomez - Hands To Myself

Up 5 to number 70

ZAYN - Pillowtalk

Straight in at number 1

PRESENTER: James Masterton

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