Cardi B’s ‘WAP’ extends the record for the most weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart by a female-led hip hop song, notching up a sixth week in the top spot as she navigates her just-announced divorce from rapper Offset.
With ‘Holy’ featuring Chance The Rapper entering at #4, Justin Bieber scores his fourth Top 10 single in 2020. It follows ‘Stuck With U’ featuring Ariana Grande (#1), ‘Intentions’ (#4) and ‘Yummy’ (#3). At just 26 years of age, Bieber now boasts 14 appearances in the Top 10 as lead artist and 21 over all.
Keith Urban is no stranger to the ARIA Singles Chart, but he has broken into the Top 10 for the first time with ‘One Too Many’ featuring P!nk, which debuts at #6. It's Urban's first song to appear in the Top 50 since ‘The Fighter’ reached #19 in 2017. Meanwhile this is P!nk’s 26th Top 10 hit on the Singles Chart, her last being ‘Just Like Fire’, which peaked at #10 in 2016.
Coming in at #34 is 'Put Your Records On'. This is the first appearance in the Top 50 Singles Chart for Ritt Momney, originally a rock band of high school friends and now the solo project of Salt Lake City native Jack Rutter. First gaining traction on TikTok, ‘Put Your Records On’ is a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s highest charting single, which reached #30 in 2006.
Also entering the Singles Chart this week is Machine Gun Kelly's 'my ex's best friend', which lands one place behind Ritt Momney at #35.
Among this week's movers, 'Lemonade' by Internet Money rises six spots to #7, 'POPSTAR' by DJ Khaled bounces back four places to #21, 'Dancing In The Moonlight' by Jubel climbs one spot to #23, and 'Kings & Queens' by Ava Max jumps two spots to #31.