Moves for Lil Nas X, Khalid, Marshmello and more!
After storming to the top of the chart last week, Billie Eilish holds #1 for a second week with ‘Bad Guy’. The American has eight tracks in this week’s Top 50, including two more in the Top Ten: ‘Bury A Friend’ (#8) and ‘Wish You Were Gay’ (#9).
In its third week in the Top 50, Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ jumps up 16 spots to crack the Top Ten for the first time. The single is currently #1 in the US.
As well as debuting at #2 on the Albums Chart with Free Spirit, Khalid has experienced a spike on the Singles Chart. The American singer-songwriter has five tracks in the Top 50, with three of them taking out new peaks: ‘Talk’ (#5 Apr. ’19), ‘My Bad’ (#14 Apr. ’19) and the debut ‘Outta My Head’ (#20 Apr. ’19).
Climbing up eleven spots to #10 with ‘Here With Me’, American DJ/producer Marshmello takes out his fifth Top Ten entry on the ARIA Singles Chart.
Lewis Capaldi’s ‘Someone You Loved’ continues its climb up the chart. This week it’s up seven to #19.
There are also new peaks on the chart this week for Ava Max’s ‘So Am I’ (#27), Mabel’s ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ (#28) and Hilltop Hoods’ ‘Exit Sign’ (#34).
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s ‘Swervin’ returns to the Top 50 at its previous peak of #44.
#18: Blackpink ‘Kill This Love’ – K-pop group Blackpink make their ARIA Singles Chart Top 50 debut with the EP Kill This Love. It’s the quartet’s third EP and second sung in Korean. Between Square Up, their last EP, and Kill This Love, Blackpink released their debut album, Blackpink In Your Area.
#20: Khalid With John Mayer ‘Outta My Head’ – With Khalid debuting at #2 on the Albums Chart with Free Spirit, the American singer-songwriter takes out one new entry on this week’s Singles Chart. ‘Outta My Head’ features John Mayer, who co-wrote and co-produced the track. It’s one of five tracks from Free Spirit to sit in this week’s Top 50.
#21: Ariana Grande Feat. Victoria Monét ‘Monopoly’ – Ariana Grande scores her eleventh new entry on the Singles Chart for 2019 with ‘Monopoly’. Featuring American singer-songwriter Victoria Monét, it’s the first single released by Grande following her fifth album, Thank U, Next (#1 Feb. ’19).