An early look at the fall forecast calls for chilly weather, sweaters and a whole lot of Sia. The Atlantic performer recently scored with two songs in the top ten on iTunes simultaneously, a fantastic achievement for the superstar singer and songwriter. Of course, Sia is a member of the RECORDS/Columbia trio LSD, her project with Labrinth and Diplo. At more than 52 million plays on Spotify and one million tags on Shazam, now at #8 on the U.S. list and climbing, “Thunderclouds”, the sync-driven third single to be released from their forthcoming album, will last well into the fall. Meanwhile, as noted before, the tune got to #6 on iTunes earlier this month and ranked in 90 territories at its peak. Sia also joins Dolly/RCA Nashville’s Dolly Parton on an unusual collaboration (though it does work) titled “Here I Am”, the first song to be released from the Dumplin’ soundtrack. Over the weekend, that record reached a high of #5 on iTunes in the U.S., charting in 29 countries overall. The hit is also just shy of one million streams on Spotify, aided by larger pop playlisting during last week’s turnover. With that in mind, the obvious question is, when will a solo release by Sia join the bunch? Better watch the skies… (Images courtesy of Dolly Records, Sony Music Nashville, RECORDS, LLC and Columbia Records)
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