Debuts for Shawn Mendes, Logic and more!
For the fourth consecutive week, American rapper Lil Nas X tops the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Old Town Road’.
As she rounds out her Australian tour in support of former #1 album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Billie Eilish jumps back to #2 with former #1 single ‘Bad Guy’.
In its eleventh week in the Top 50, the Hilltop Hoods’ ‘Exit Sign’ moves up two spots to hit a new peak at #20.
Amy Shark climbs four spots, hitting a new peak of #36 with ‘Mess Her Up’.
After debuting at #50 last week, Bazzi’s ‘Paradise’ is up one to #49.
#4: Shawn Mendes ‘If I Can’t Have You’ – Shawn Mendes picks up this week’s highest debut on the Singles Chart as he hits #4 with ‘If I Can’t Have You’. The first track released from the Canadian artist’s forthcoming fourth album becomes his fourth single to peak at #4 on the Singles Chart and fifth Top Ten entry. Mendes has previously peaked at #4 with ‘Stitches’ (#4 Dec. ’15), ‘Treat You Better’ (#4 Jul. ’16) and ‘There’s Nothing Holdin' Me Back’ (#4 Jun. ’17).
#6: Logic Feat. Eminem ‘Homicide’ – American rapper Logic makes his first Top Ten appearance since 2017 with ‘Homicide’. Featuring Eminem, the track comes from Logic’s fifth album, Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, which was released on 10 May. He previously hit the Top Ten with ‘1-800-273-8255’ (#5 Oct. ‘17).
#42: Stormzy ‘Vossi Bop’ – British grime star Stormzy makes his ARIA Top 50 debut with ‘Vossi Bop’. The single is Stormzy’s first release of solo music since his 2017 debut album Gang Signs & Prayer and recently hit #1 in the UK.
#44: Lizzo ‘Truth Hurts’ – After hitting the Albums Chart recently with Cuz I Love You (#38 Apr. ’19), American singer-songwriter/rapper/flautist Lizzo makes her Singles Chart debut with ‘Truth Hurts’. The track was originally released in 2017 but received a boost recently after being featured in the Netflix film Someone Great and on the deluxe edition of Cuz I Love You.
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