News 7 November 2020

Ariana Grande's Positions is ARIA Charts #1 single for a second week

Plus, new peaks for Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco and more!

Ariana Grande's Positions is ARIA Charts #1 single for a second week

For the second week in a row, Ariana Grande is #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Positions’. On the back of the #2 debut of Grande’s album sixth album - also called Positions - seven more tracks by the American pop superstar have hit the Top 50 this week, including ‘34+35’ at #9. The other debuts this week are ‘Motive’ (#19), ‘Off The Table’ (#32), ‘POV’ (#39), ‘Just Like Magic’ (#40), ‘Safety Net’ (#42) and Shut Up’ (#45).

Just outside of the Top Ten, there are new peaks for Dua Lipa’s ‘Levitating’ (#11) and Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco’s ‘Lonely’ (#12).

In its second week in the Top 50, The Kid Laroi’s ‘So Done’ moves up four spots to hit a new peak at #16. Already the Sydney rapper’s highest-charting single to date, it becomes his first track to hit the teens. The Kid Laroi is nominated for Best Male Artist, Best Hip Hop Release and Breakthrough Artist at the 2020 ARIA Awards.

Sydney hip hop group ONEFOUR take out their highest Singles Chart peak as they debut at #28 with ‘My City’. Featuring fellow Sydney rapper The Kid Laroi, it’s ONEFOUR’s fourth Top 50 entry for 2020 after ‘Welcome to Prison’ (#33 Feb. ’20), ‘Say It Again’ (#34 May ’20) and ‘Home and Away’ (#48 Aug. ’20).

Sam Smith jumps up ten spots to #33 with ‘Diamonds’. The single’s move up the chart comes in the week that the British singer-songwriter’s third album Love Goes debuts at #3.

After debuting at #46 last December, Harry Styles’ ‘Golden’ returns to the Top 50 for a second week almost a year on, peaking at #41. It’s the fifth single to come from the former One Direction member’s second solo album, Fine Line (#1 Dec. ’19) after ‘Lights Up’ (#7 Oct. ’19), ‘Adore You’ (#7 Dec. ’19), ‘Falling’ (#35 Dec. ’19) ‘Watermelon Sugar’ (#5 Jul. ’20). Styles is nominated for Best International Artist at this year’s ARIAs; he won the category in 2017.