US Songwriting Chart – 21 November 2016

1 December, 2016 in News

Tyler Joseph

Twenty One Pilots lead vocalist Tyler Joseph tops the week’s Hot Hitmakers. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Ralph Arvesen

Our new Hot Hitmakers partnership with Royalty Exchange recognises the top songwriters behind the biggest hits on the Hot 100

With the help of online music royalties marketplace, Royalty Exchange, we introduce a new weekly Hot Hitmakers chart, which recognises the top songwriters behind the biggest hits in the US. The installment below covers the results of Tuesday’s Hot 100 from Billboard, which covers the week commencing 21 November 2016.

Perhaps the most interesting development is Taylor Swift making the chart on the backs of two songs she didn’t even perform. While her co-writing credit for This Is What You Came For by ex Calvin Harris is a holdover from the October chart, her contribution to Little Big Town’s Better Man earned her a spot to herself this week.

Other new entrants include James McCall and Jonathan Lewis for Juju On That Beat (TZ Anthem), Shayaa Joseph (otherwise known as 21 Savage), Leland Wayne, Adam Daniel and Irvin Mejia, and Xavier Dotson.

Enjoy…

RANKSONGWRITERSONG – ARTIST
1TYLER JOSEPHHeathens – Twenty One Pilots
Ride – Twenty One Pilots
2AUBREY GRAHAMOne Dance – Drake (f. WizKid & Kyla)
Come And See Me – PARTYNEXTDOOR (f. Drake)
Fake Love – Drake
Sneakin’ – Drake (f. 21 Savage)
Used To This Future (f. Drake)
3GREG KURSTINCheap Thrills – Sia (f. Sean Paul)
The Greatest – Sia (f. Kendrick Lamar)
Water Under The Bridge – Adele
4TAYLOR SWIFTBetter Man – Little Big Town
This Is What You Came For – Calvin Harris (f.   Rihanna)
5SIA FURLERCheap Thrills – Sia (f. Sean Paul)
The Greatest – Sia (f. Kendrick Lamar)
6NAYVADIUS WILBURNX – 23 Savage & Metro Boomin (f. Future)
Too Much Sauce – DJ ESCO (f. Future & Lil Uzi Vert)
Do You Mind – DJ Khaled (f. Nickie Minaj, Chris Brown & August Alsina)
Used To This – Future (f. Drake)
7CALVIN HARRISMy Way – Calvin Harris
This Is What You Came For – Calvin Harris (f. Rihanna)
8ANDREW TAGGARTDon’t Let Me Down – The Chainsmokers (f. Halsey)
Closer – The Chainsmokers (f. Daya)
All We Know – The Chainsmokers (f. Phoebe Ryan)
9SCOTT HARRISTreat You Better – Shawn Mendes
Don’t Let Me Down – The Chainsmokers (f. Daya)
10JOHN MAYERLove On The Weekend – John Mayer
11JAMES MCCALL & JONATHAN LEWISJuju On That Beat (TZ Anthem) – Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall
12SIDNEY SELBY IIPanda – Desiigner
Tiimmy Turner – Desiigner
13SHAYAA JOSEPHNo Heart – 21 Savage & Metro Boomin
X – 21 Savage & Metro Boomin (f. Future)
Sneakin’ – Drake (f. 21 Savage)
14LELAND WAYNENo Heart – 21 Savage & Metro Boomin
X – 21 Savage & Metro Boomin (f. Future)
Bounce Back – Big Sean
Bad And Boujee – Migos (f. Lil Uzi Vert)
15ADAM DANIEL & IRVIN MEJIACaroline – Aminé
16SHAWN MENDES & TEDDY GEIGERTreat You Better – Shawn Mendes
Mercy – Shawn Mendes
17GARRETT NASH & OLIVIA O’BRIENI Hate U I Love U – Gnash (f. Olivia O’Brien)
18MAX MARTINCan’t Stop The Feeling! – Justin Timberlake
Side To Side – Ariana Grande (f. Nickie Minaj)
19MILES MCCOLLUMBroccoli – D.R.A.M. (f. Lil Yachty)
1 Night – Lil Yachty
20XAVIER DOTSONToo Much Sauce – DJ ESCO (f. Future & Lil Uzi Vert)
Used To This – Future (f. Drake)

Every track charting on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week is given a point value, which is then split equally among the songwriters listed for each, and then ranked in order of those totals.


Royalty Exchange logoThe Hot Hitmakers chart is repurposed with kind permission of Royalty Exchange, the online music royalties marketplace – royaltyexchange.com


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