On the ARIA Charts last week, Amy Shark made it two weeks at #1 on the Albums Chart with Cry Forever. On the Singles Chart, British rappers Russ Millions & Tion Wayne jumped to #1 with ‘Body’.
Who could we see jump into the ARIA Charts this week?
Delta Goodrem will be aiming for her fifth #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart as she releases seventh studio album, Bridge Over Troubled Dreams.
American rapper J. Cole follows KOD (#1 Apr. ’18) with The Off-Season and will be hoping for a second chart-topper.
Rock duo The Black Keys could take out their fifth Top Ten album as they release tenth album, Delta Kream.
Australian indie rock icons You Am I could score their first Top Ten entry in 20 years on the back of the release of The Lives Of Others, their eleventh album.
After taking out a career chart peak with Angels And Alcohol (#4 Aug. ’15), American country star Alan Jackson releases his 21st album, Where Have You Gone.
American singer-songwriter St. Vincent could score her second career Top 50 entry with sixth album, Daddy's Home.
Re-releasing her 2009 mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty, Nicki Minaj could score her first Albums Chart entry since 2018.
Following her debut album Lost & Found (#13 Jun. ’18), British singer-songwriter Jorja Smith releases the EP Be Right Back.
A week before the release of her debut album, Sour, Olivia Rodrigo will be hoping to pick up a third Top Ten single as she releases ‘Good 4 U’.
As well as hitting the Albums Chart with The Off-Season, J. Cole could snare positions on this week’s Singles Chart with ‘M Y . L I F E’, ‘A M A R I’, ‘P R I D E . I S . T H E . D E V I L’, ‘9 5 . S O U T H’, ‘A P P L Y I N G . P R E S S U R E’, ‘L E T . G O . M Y . H A N D’, ‘1 0 0 . M I L '’, ‘P U N C H I N ' . T H E . C L O C K’, ‘T H E . C L I M B . B A C K’, ‘H U N G E R . O N . H I L L S I D E’ and ‘C L O S E’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.