News 10 October 2020

24kGoldn's Mood holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for second week

Plus, Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams races up the chart!

24kGoldn's Mood holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for second week

24kGoldn’s ‘Mood’ holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a second straight week. To date it’s spent two weeks at #1 in the UK and has also topped the charts in New Zealand and Canada.

After hitting the Top Ten last week, Tate McRae’s ‘You Broke Me First’ continues its climb this week, hitting #8. Since last week’s chart, the track has jumped to #9 in the UK.

Jumping up four spots to #10 with 'Take You Dancing', Jason Derulo scores his first solo top ten entry since ‘Want To Want Me’ (#4 Apr. ’15). Derulo’s 15th Top Ten single is his second Top Ten this year after his collaboration with Jawsh 685, ‘Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)’ (#1 Jul. ’20).

The late Pop Smoke takes out his fifth chart entry as ‘What You Know Bout Love’ debuts at #11. The track features on the American rapper’s posthumous #1 album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon. It becomes his second-highest charting song after ‘Mood Swings’ (#5 Sept. ’20).

Shawn Mendes debuts at #13 with the title track from his forthcoming fourth studio album. The single is the first to chart for Mendes since his collaboration with Camila Cabello, ‘Senorita’ (#1 Jul. ’19). The album Wonder is set for release on 4 December.

After returning to the chart last week, Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Dreams’ jumps 25 spots to #14. Since becoming a viral success on TikTok in recent weeks, the original video has spawned a number of different parodies and tributes including from Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood.

On the back of the debut at #2 of The Album, K-Pop stars BLACKPINK debut at #27 with ‘Lovesick Girls’ and at #42 with ‘Bet You Wanna’, which features Cardi B. It becomes the third and fourth tracks from The Album to chart after ‘How You Like That’ (#12 Jul. ’20) and ‘Ice Cream’ (#16 Sept. ’20).

Debuting at #4 on the Albums Chart with Savage Mode II, 21 Savage & Metro Boomin debut at #39 on the Singles Chart with ‘Mr. Right Now’. Featuring Drake, it becomes the first Top 50 entries for both American hip hop artists.