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Closer" rules for a 23rd week, while "Paris" soars 14-2. Plus, Bonobo debuts at No. 1 on Top Dance/Electronic Albums, while Clean Bandit & Krewella cruise to new top 10s. The Chainsmokers' "Paris" soars 14-2 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Feb. 4), following its first full week of airplay, sales and streaming. The track from the DJ duo of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, released Jan. 13, debuted a week ago on the strength of three days' worth of radio airplay alone (to the tune of 21 million audience impressions through Jan. 15, according to Nielsen Music). Following its first full week of airplay tracking (Jan. 16-22), the song boasts 37 million in audience. Add in first-week sales of 92,000 downloads and domestic streams totaling 14.6 million (both in the Jan. 13-19 tracking period) and the act is knocking on the door of a record-extending fifth No. 1 since the chart's January 2013 start. The Chainsmokers' fourth topper, "Closer," featuring Halsey, continues to lead, at No. 1 for a 23rd week. Speaking of "Closer" at No. 1, and with "Paris" up to No. 2, The Chainsmokers are just the second act to rank at Nos. 1 and 2 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs simultaneously. Avicii doubled up for..