It’s all steady at the top of the ARIA top 100 singles and albums charts in this week’s ARIA Chart Watch.
But further down, there’s plenty of action, including a top ten singles chart debut.
So dig a little deeper into the ARIA singles chart with us in this week’s ARIA Chart Watch.
Yes, it’s still Tones and I and her international smash ‘Dance Monkey’ in the No.1 spot on the ARIA singles chart.
This week, she notches up a 23rd week atop the Aussie countdown, albeit a broken one.
Dua Lipa continues to be the top 100 bridesmaid with her single ‘Don’t Start Now’, while The Weeknd makes some major gains with his track ‘Blinding Lights’, which bullets from No.7 to a new peak of No.3.
Arizona Zervas’s ‘Roxanne’ and Post Malone’s ‘Circles’ make up this week’s top five.
We’ve got a new top ten entry in the No.8 spot. And that comes courtesy of Canadian superstar Justin Bieber, whose ‘Yummy’ debuts this week. It’s the Bieb’s lowest charting solo single since 2016’s ‘Company’.
Our first certification of the week comes courtesy of Harry Styles and his ‘Adore You’. Steady at No.10, yes, but with a shiny new gold accreditation against it (that’s sales of 35,000 copies).
Lewis Capaldi’s latest single ‘Before You Go’ has now started to hit its strides again, edging from No.18 to a new peak of No.12.
US rapper Roddy Ricch scores a bit of Aussie chart love with his latest track ‘The Box’, which breaks its seal with a No.18 debut.
It’s just ahead of a No.25 to No.19 jump for the Camila Cabello track ‘My Oh My’, a new peak.
Benee’s ‘Glitter’ sparkles a little brighter this week, thanks to a three place improvement in its chart fortunes (No.34 to No.31).
Brockhampton find the sweet spot with their new track ‘Sugar’, which bullets from No.92 to a new peak of No.37.
Sofi Tukker enjoy a boost in the chart fortunes of their latest single ‘Purple Hat’ too. It’s up six places to a new peak of No.44.
Ditto The Chainsmokers’ track with Amy Shark. ‘The Reaper’ making it all the way into the Aussie top fifty this week, improving nine places to No.47.
Noah Cyrus’s track ‘July’ also enjoys a nice little boost, improving from No.58 to a new peak of No.51. On current trajectory, it should be part of the ARIA top 50 this time next weekend.
A few tracks slipping out of the top 50 this week, however. Lizzo’s ‘Truth Hurts’ is down 12 to No.53, Blanco Brown’s ‘The Git Up’ dips 12 to No.54, Juice WRLD’s ‘Lucid Dreams’ is down 11 to No.55 and Guy Sebastian’s ‘Choir’ slides 13 to No.58.
Heading in the opposite direction, however, is the new single for The Rubens. ‘Live In Life’ rocketing 37 places from last week’s No.96 debut to No.59.
DaBaby’s ‘Bop’ is up from No.74 to a new No.63 peak, Taylor Swift’s ‘Lover’ is down 15 to No.70, while Post Malone’s ‘Wow’ and Jonas Brothers’ ‘Sucker’ dip 13 apiece, down to Nos.72 and 73 respectively.
There’s a 19 spot ride for Lauv and Lany’s ‘Mean It’ (No.97 to No.78) and a new platinum accreditation for Harry Styles’ ‘Lights Up’ (70,000 copies sold) in position 79.
Ed Sheeran’s former No.1 hit ‘Shape Of You’ is down 15 to No.80, there’s a 17 place fall for Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ (No.67 to No.84) and a fresh new entry in the No.94 position for Morgan Evans; his latest single ‘Diamonds’.
No change atop the ARIA album chart this week either, with Harry Styles maintaining his No.1 heading with his sophomore album ‘Fine Line’.
The top three (Billie Eilish’s ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ and the ‘Frozen 2’ soundtrack) remains unchanged, but Post Malone’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ is up to No.4 and Ed Sheeran’s ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ is down to No.5.
A big jump into the top ten for the Lewis Capaldi album ‘Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent’, however. Its previous chart peak down under was No.10, but it goes three better this week, leaping 11 spots from No.18 to No.7.
Also climbing this week is Stormzy’s ‘Heavy Is The Head’. It’s up from No.17 to No.11, but matches its equal albums cart best.
Jackboys and Travis Scott’s album ‘Jackboys’ slides seven places from last week’s No.5 debut, but there’s continued improvement for The Chainsmokers’ album ‘World War Joy’, which jumps nine to another new peak of No.19. Its fortunes could improve further next week as the physical edition hit the stores yesterday.
Dua Lipa’s self-titled set is up ten (No.34 to No.24), but The Teskey Brothers’ ‘Run Home Slow’ is down 11 (No.14 to No.25).
Good news for the soundtrack of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, which bursts into double platinum territory in position 26. It’s now sold in excess of 140,000 copies.
Lizzo’s Aussie visit results in a big 13 place jump for her album ‘Cuz I Love You’ (No.54 to No.30).
A bigger move, however, comes courtesy of Roddy Ricch and his ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial’, which bullets from No.69 (a new peak last week) to No.33 (a new peak this week).
XXXTentacion’s ‘?’ is up 13 (to No.36), Maroon 5’s ‘Singles Collection’ is up ten (to No.38) and DaBaby’s ‘Kirk’ bullets 46 to No.41.
Eminem’s best-of is up 19 to No.42, G Flip’s ‘About Us’ is up 24 to No.43 and Post Malone’s ‘Stoney’ and Khalid’s ‘American Teen’ are both back inside the top 50, into positions 45 and 46 respectively.
There’s also a big move for the Ziggy Alberts album ‘Laps Around The Sun’. It’s up 21 places, but just misses out on a top 50 berth (No.72 to No.51).
NF’s ‘The Search’ also rises (No.70 to No.52), as does Hayden James’ ‘Between Us’ (No.68 to No.54).
Not so good this week; Human Nature’s ‘Still Telling Everybody’… their best-of slumping 33 places to No.55. And also the Rod Stewart album with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ‘You’re In My Heart’, which plunges 27 places to No.56.
Also down this week is Tyler The Creator’s ‘Igor’ (down 17 to No.62) and The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ (down 31 to No.64).
But Ruel bucks the trend; ‘Free Time’ rising 29 places to No.65.
Sadly the news isn’t great for Jessica Mauboy, whose new album ‘Hilda’ plummets a huge 36 places to No.73.
Even Tool’s ‘Fear Inoculum’ can’t escape the falls; down 25 to No.76.
But perhaps the biggest fall of all this week happens to the soundtrack to ‘Star Wars : The Rise Of Skywalker’, which slumps a massive 62 places from last week’s No.25 debut.
Robbie Williams’ ‘The Christmas Present’, which was No.38 last week, is gone entirely from the top 100.
For a full run down of the ARIA top 50s, head over to the ARIA CHARTS WEBSITE every Saturday from 5:00pm AEDT.