Last week on the ARIA Charts, The Weeknd took out his fourth #1 album with Dawn FM. Meanwhile, ‘Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)’ became Elton John's longest run at ARIA Singles Chart #1 as it hit seven weeks in the top spot.
Which artists will we see hitting the ARIA Charts this week?
British DJ/producer Bonobo could take out his highest career peak as he releases seventh studio album, Fragments.
Releasing Fix Yourself, Not The World, their first album in four years, British trio The Wombats could take out their fifth ARIA Top 50 entry.
Australian country veteran Lee Kernaghan marks 30 years since his debut album with the compilation The Very Best Of Lee Kernaghan: Three Decades Of Hits.
American rapper Cordae could take out a new chart peak as he releases From A Bird's Eye View, his second album.
Releasing the collaborative EP Cordi Elba, ARIA Award-winning Sydney band Lime Cordiale and British actor/musician Idris Elba could hit this week’s chart.
American rapper Earl Sweatshirt will be aiming for his fourth chart entry on the back of fourth studio album, Sick!
After scoring her highest chart entry with Magdalene (#22 Nov. ‘19), British singer-songwriter FKA Twigs returns with Caprisongs, her first mixtape.
After hitting #5 last week, the soundtrack to Encanto could continue to move up the Albums Chart.
This week’s Singles Chart could include moves by Encanto’s ‘We Don't Talk About Bruno’, Luude’s ‘Down Under’, Bbno$’s ‘Edamame’ and Adele’s ‘Oh My God’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.