FISHER’s ‘Losing It’ hits Billboard number 1 after 17 weeks in chart
Anticipation for ‘Losing It’ had been building after Australian DJ and producer FISHER premiered it at Coachella and posted several videos of insane crowd reactions to the track’s infectious drop. Since then, FISHER has no doubt been one of the biggest success stories of 2018. His tech-house record ‘Losing It’ took the world by storm and has rocked most festival stages and dancefloors since its release in the summer.
‘Losing It’ has truly propelled FISHER right to the top of the music industry. Giving him the attention of the entire scene and enabling him to work with artists of the calibre of Skrilex. Most recently, he was nominated for the Grammy Awards for ‘Losing It’. Most recently, the track hit the number 1 spot on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, after a 17 week stint on the chart which saw FISHER overtake the likes of Lady Gaga, P!nk and Jonas Blue among many others. For a track to hit number one after 17 weeks in a chart is no common feat, as only two tracks in history have taken longer to climb to the top: Juliet Roberts’ ‘Caught in the Middle’ in July 1994 after 19 weeks, and Tom Tom Club‘s ‘Wordy Rappinhood/Genius of Love’ in January 1982 after 18 weeks.
You can relive FISHER’s summer hit ‘Losing It’ in anticipation for the Grammy Awards via the YouTube link below.