Kanye West took out his fourth ARIA #1 album as he debuted at the top of last week’s chart with the long-awaited Donda. On the Singles Chart, it was week eight at #1 for The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber’s ‘Stay’.
Who’ll make a play for the top of the ARIA Charts this week?
Returning with sixth album, Certified Lover Boy, Canadian hip hop star Drake could take out his fourth ARIA #1 album.
Metal legends Iron Maiden will be aiming for their third straight Top Five as they release 17th album Senjutsu.
American band Imagine Dragons could score their fifth Top Ten album as they return with Mercury - Act 1.
Tracks from Lady Gaga’s Chromatica (#1 Jun. ’20) get the remix treatment on Dawn Of Chromatica.
South Korean boy band Stray Kids could make their Top 50 debut with Noeasy, their second album.
The multi-talented David Campbell releases his eleventh album, The Saturday Sessions.
With the release of their new tracks, ABBA’s ABBA Gold & More could return to the chart.
On the back of the release of Certified Lover Boy, Drake could enter the Singles Chart with the tracks ‘Girls Want Girls’, ‘Fair Trade’, ‘Champagne Poetry’, ‘Papi’s Home’, ‘Way 2 Sexy’, ‘In The Bible’, ‘Love All’, ‘Tsu’, ‘No Friends In The Industry’, ‘Knife Talk’, ‘N 2 Deep’, ‘Pipe Down’, ‘7am On Bridle Path’, ‘Race My Mind’, ‘Imy2’, ‘Yebba’s Heartbreak’, ‘Fountains’, ‘You Only Live Twice’, ‘Get Along Better’, ‘F**king Fans’ and ‘The Remorse’.
The legendary ABBA could make their first appearance in the Singles Chart Top 50 since 2008 as they release ‘Don't Shut Me Down’ and ‘I Still Have Faith In You’, their first new material in four decades.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.