Welcome to our 533rd ARIA Chart Watch, our weekly wrap of the ARIA top 100 singles and albums charts.
There’s not a whole lot of change to the top of this week’s singles charts, but there is a little bit of movement in the top five over on the albums side of things.
Read on to find out more!
Yes, it’s a 12th week on top of the ARIA singles chart for Lil Nas X, Billy Ray Cyrus and their earworm ‘Old Town Road’.
It’s also a third successive week in the No.2 spot for Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello and their hit ‘Señorita’.
Even Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber’s single ‘I Don’t Care’ and Ed Sheeran and Khalid’s single ‘Beautiful People’ are unmoved this week; steady in positions three and four.
BUT there is movement in the No.5 position, with a big debut for the Post Malone/Young Thug single ‘Goodbyes’.
There’s also movement in the No.7 position, with a three place improvement (and a fresh new gold accreditation) for the Guy Sebastian single ‘Choir’.
Tones And I is into the ARIA top ten with her latest smash ‘Dance Monkey’ (No.17 to No.10), while Taylor Swift’s ‘You Need To Calm Down’ edges into gold territory at No.12 (down three).
Blanco Brown edges towards the ARIA top ten with ‘The Git Up’ (No.19 to No.13) and there’s a fresh new platinum certification for Tones And I’s ‘Johnny Run Away’, meaning it’s now sold in excess of 70,000 units.
Chris Brown and Drake’s ‘No Guidance’ is down from No.12 to No.22. But they’ll take some solace from the fact that the single also joins the certification club this week; it’s now gold.
There’s a No.24 debut for Ed Sheeran and Yebba’s ‘Best Part Of Me’. And there’s a No.34 to No.25 second week jump for the Kygo/Whitney Houston collaboration ‘Higher Love’.
Miley Cyrus finds some favour again this week, with her track ‘Mother’s Daughter’ improving eight positions to No.29. It’s still eight places shy of the track’s No.21 peak thus far.
Chris Brown and Justin Bieber’s ‘Don’t Check On Me’ dips 12 from last week’s No.20 debut.
More debuts around the 40 mark; Ed Sheeran, Chris Stapleton and Bruno Mars in at No.40 with ‘Blow’ and Y2K and bbno$ in at No.41 with ‘Lalala’.
Young Thug’s ‘The London’, meantime, is heading towards the top 50 precipice, dipping 13 places from No.30.
Good news for Jessica Mauboy, however, with her single ‘Little Things’ finally cracking the top 50. It’s up from No.58 to No.46 on this weekend’s countdown.
Illy also joins the top 50 party; up from No.66 on debut to No.47 with ‘Then What’.
Andy Grammer’s single ‘Don’t Give Up On Me’ had only got as high as No.62 previously. But this week it achieves a new Aussie chart peak, leaping from No.65 to No.51.
Tyler The Creator’s ‘Earfquake’ is over and out. It’s seemingly spent its last week in the ARIA top 50, slumping from No.39 to No.56. Ditto Billie Eilish’s ‘When The Party’s Over’, which is down 13 to No.57.
Stormzy’s ‘Vossi Bop’ is down 14 to No.65, Lauv and Troye Sivan’s ‘I’m So Tired’ is down from No.55 to No.70 and the Machine Gun Kelly, Yungblud and Travis Barker single ‘I Think I’m Okay’ is new at No.77.
The new Sam Feldt single ‘Post Malone’ is new at No.85.
Pop princess Kylie Minogue has relinquished her position atop the ARIA albums chart this week. In fact, she also relinquishes her position in the ARIA top ten. More about that shortly.
No.1 has been reclaimed by Billie Eilish and her album ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’.
But No.2 has been claimed on debut by the Dreamville and J Cole long player ‘Revenge Of The Dreamers III’.
Some positive gains also for Elton John’s ‘Diamonds’ and P!nk’s ‘Hurts 2B Human’, both of which are up three places to Nos.4 and 4 respectively.
Little Kylie drops from No.1 on debut to No.11 this week, just ahead of a No.20 to No.12 improvement for the Post Malone record ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’.
‘The Very Best’ by INXS is also on the move, leaping an impressive 20 places to No.19.
But there’s a big drop for The Black Keys’ album ‘Let’s Rock’. After debuting last week at No.4, it’s down 19 places to No.23 in week two.
A debut at No.26 for the Machine Gun Kelly album ‘Hotel Diablo’ is closely followed by a No.28 debut for the Michael Hutchence album ‘Mystify : A Musical Journey’.
A surge in the chart performance of the Hillsong United album ‘People’ this week. It. Is. Risen (from No.80 to No.33).
Jaden’s ‘Erys’ is new at No.34, but the Morgan Evans album ‘Things That We Drink To’ is down from No.13 to No.37.
South Korean boyband BTS are back in the top 50, rising 14 places to No.40 with ‘Map Of The Soul : Persona’.
Brad Butcher just misses out on a top 50 berth with his new album ‘Travelling Salesman’. It’s new at No.53.
There’s a 21 place drop for the Jonas Brothers album ‘Happiness Begins’ (No.35 to No.56). But there’s a 23 place improvement for Ziggy Alberts’ ‘Laps Around The Sun’.
We have a new entry at No.73 for the ‘Stranger Things : Season 3’ soundtrack. But Little Mix’s ‘LM5’ is down again, tumbling 26 places to No.77.
But the drop is much bigger for Madonna’s ‘Madame X’, which slumps 51 places to No.83 in its fourth week of ARIA chart action.
Daniel Caesar’s ‘Case Study 01’ suffers an even larger fall, however; down a mammoth 67 places from last week’s No.26 debut.
The top 100 wraps with new entries for The April Family’s ‘House Of Cards’ (No.95) and Olympia’s ‘Flamingo’ (No.100).
For a full run down of the ARIA top 50s, head over to the ARIA CHARTS WEBSITE every Saturday from 5:00pm AEST.