Moves for Bruno Mars, Starley and more!
For the fourth week in a row, Clean Bandit holds the #1 spot on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Rockabye’.
With his tenth week at #2 with ‘Starboy’, Canadian artist The Weeknd has equalled the record for the most weeks spent at #2 without ever reaching number one on the ARIA Singles Chart. ‘Starboy' joins Maroon 5’s ‘Moves Like Jagger’ (#2 Aug. ’11) as the record holders.
‘24K Magic’ by Bruno Mars scores a new peak, moving up one spot to #3.
After dropping to #10 last week, Peking Duk’s ‘Stranger’ climbs back up the top ten, to score a new peak at #7.
With a move of 19 spots to #12, Starley’s ‘Call On Me - Ryan Riback Remix’ snares a new peak in its fifth week in the top 50.
Mariah Carey’s Christmas classic jumps back into the top 20 Singles Chart for the first time in 2016. ‘All I Want For Christmas’ reached its all-time peak of #2 in December 1994, which it held for two straight weeks.
This week also sees Mura Masa Feat. A$ap Rocky’s ‘Love$ick’ climb back up the ARIA Singles Chart to #25.
#47: Train ‘Play That Song’ – American band Train return to the top 50 for the first time since 2012 with ‘Play That Song’. It’s the first single to come from Train’s forthcoming tenth studio album A Girl, A Bottle, A Boat. Train last charted with ‘50 Ways To Say Goodbye’ (#16 Jul. ’12).
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