Last week on the ARIA Charts, Canadian rapper Drake scored his fourth #1 album with Certified Lover Boy. The Kid Laroi hit nine weeks at #1 with his Justin Bieber collab ‘Stay’, becoming equal second on the list of most weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart by an Aussie artist.
Which artists could make an impact on this week’s ARIA Charts?
ARIA-winning Melbourne rock band Amyl and the Sniffers could score their first Top Ten with second album Comfort To Me.
British pop group Steps release What The Future Holds Pt. 2, their second album in under a year.
Sydney rockers Pist Idiots could make their first ARIA Top 50 appearance as they release debut album, Idiocracy.
Veteran Australian blues rock band The Black Sorrows could return to the chart with their 19th album, Saint Georges Road.
American rapper Baby Keem could chart with debut LP The Melodic Blue.
Grammy-winning American country-pop artist Kacey Musgraves will be aiing for her third Top 50 entry on the back of Star-Crossed, her fifth album.
Perth rapper Drapht could chart for the first time in five years as he releases his seventh album Shadows And Shinings.
The late singer-songwriter Gurrumul could enter the chart with the career retrospective, The Gurrumul Story.
Sydney band Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders could score their debut Top 50 entry with sixth album Hijack!
Releasing ‘Shivers’, the third preview of his = album, Ed Sheeran could be headed for another Top Ten entry.
Bella Taylor Smith, winner of The Voice, will be aiming for her first Top 50 entry with ‘Higher’.
American singer-songwriter Tai Verdes could take out his debut ARIA Singles Chart entry with ‘A-O-K’.
American duo The Anxiety – featuring Willow Smith and Tyler Cole – could hit the Top 50 with ‘Meet Me At Our Spot’, a song currently going viral on TikTok.
This week’s Singles Chart could include moves by Doja Cat’s ‘Woman’ and Clinton Kane’s ‘I Guess I'm In Love’, among others.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.