Taylor Swift’s folklore holds #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for a fourth consecutive week. It becomes the American singer-songwriter’s second longest stay in the top spot. Only 1989 (nine weeks) has spent more time at #1.
The soundtrack to super-hit musical Hamilton jumps up four spots to return to the Top Ten for a fifth week. The move up the chart comes following news in the last week that the pre-sale for Hamilton’s premiere Australian season in Sydney - set to begin in March 2021 - will open next week.
Dua Lipa’s former #1 album climbs back up the chart six places in its 21st week to #8. The move comes a week ahead of the release of a full remix of the album next week called Club Future Nostalgia which features Madonna, Missy Elliott, Blackpink, Gwen Stefani and more.
American country artist Luke Combs has moved up four spots to #11 with What You See Is What You Get and seven spots to #13 with This One’s For You.
Following the film’s release onto streaming service Disney+, The Greatest Showman’s soundtrack has climbed 24 spots to #25.
American rapper Polo G has moved 19 spots to #29 with his second album The Goat.
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