News 19 September 2020

Cardi B's Fifth Top 1 on The ARIA Singles Chart with WAP

Cardi B's WAP breaks the record for the most weeks at top 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Check it and the other chart-toppers now!

Cardi B's Fifth Top 1 on The ARIA Singles Chart with WAP

Hitting its fifth week at #1, Cardi B’s ‘WAP’ breaks the record for the most weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart by a female-lead hip hop song, taking over from Salt-N-Pepa’s ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’ (#1 Jan. ’92).

In its seventh week in the Top 50, Joel Corry and MNEK’s collaboration ‘Head & Heart’ moves up one spot to claim a new peak at #3. The track spent six weeks in the top spot in the UK, the most weeks spent at #1 during 2020.

Canadian Tate McRae moves up three spots to hit a new peak at #12 with ‘You Broke Me First’. It’s the song’s sixth week in the Top 50.

American hip-hop collective Internet Money jump up 34 spots to #13 with ‘Lemonade’. Featuring contributions from American rapper Gunna, American singer Don Toliver and Canadian rapper Nav, it appears on Internet Money’s album B4 The Storm (#43 Sept. ’20).

Jason Derulo’s follow-up to ‘Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)’ (#1 Jul. ’20) continues its climb up the chart, this week moving seven spots to #15. ‘Take You Dancing’ is also currently sitting just outside of the Top Ten in the UK and New Zealand.

This week’s chart also features new peaks for Pop Smoke’s ‘For The Night’ (#16), Sia’s ‘Together’ (#27), Headie One’s ‘Ain’t It Different’ (#28), Amy Shark’s ‘Everybody Rise’ (#31) and Ava Max’s ‘Kings & Queens’ (#33).

Debuting at #41, Machine Gun Kelly scores his first Top 50 entry in two years as he teams up with blackbear for ‘My Ex's Best Friend’. The track comes from the American artist’s forthcoming fifth album, Tickets To My Downfall, set for release on 25 September. It’s Machine Gun Kelly’s third Top 50 single and the first since ‘Rap Devil’ (#45 Sept. ’18).

American music producer Marshmello and singer Demi Lovato debut at #48 with ‘OK To Not Be OK’. The track was released in partnership with the Hope for the Day suicide prevention campaign. It’s Marshmello’s third track to appear in the Top 50 in 2020 after ‘Come & Go’ (#4 Jul. ’20) and ‘Be Kind’ (#15 May ’20). For Lovato, it’s her second chart entry this year after the Sam Smith collaboration ‘I’m Ready’ (#25 Apr. ’20).

Watch the ARIA Top 50 Singles