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Plus, moves for Roberto Surace and Post Malone.

Flume flies in at No. 12 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Oct. 12) with "Rushing Back," featuring singer Vera Blue. The Australian producer posts his highest rank since his first hit, "Never Be Like You" (featuring Kai), which reached No. 3 in July 2016.

Flume's 18th entry, and Blue's first, bows with 1.8 million U.S. streams and 2,000 sold, according to Nielsen Music. Concurrently, the track starts at No. 3 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, marking Flume's sixth appearance (and Blue's first).

CLUBS CHOOSE 'JOY': Italian DJ Roberto Surace celebrates his first Billboard chart leader, as "Joys" jumps 2-1 on Dance Club Songs. The track was remixed by Purple Disco Machine and Todd Terry, among others.

Notably, "Joys" is the sixth No. 1 for British label Defected and the fourth in 2019, following Jack Back's "Put Your Phone Down (Low)" (May 18), Todd Edwards' "You're Sorry" (April 27) and Fatboy Slim's "Praise You 2018" (January 19).

O, YES: Additionally on Dance Club Songs, Ashley O, the alter ego of Miley Cyrus introduced in Netflix's Black Mirror, bounds 15-9 with "On a Roll." Cyrus has scored two other top 10s, both No. 1s, under her own name.

"Roll" was remixed by the likes of Junior Vasquez, DallasK and KDA.

'CIRCLES' SURGES: Moving to Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Post Malone plates his ninth top 10, in as many chart appearances, as "Circles" soars 25-10. He has one No. 1 to his credit, as featured (with Preme) on Tiesto and Dzeko's "Jackie Chan," a two-week leader in September 2018.


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