News 12 September 2020

Fourth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for Cardi B's WAP

Last week, Cardi B scored her fourth top 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with her song WAP. Check it and other new entries now!

Fourth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for Cardi B's WAP

American rapper Cardi B tops the ARIA Singles Chart for a fourth straight week with ‘WAP’. This week it equals Salt-N-Pepa’s ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’ (#1 Jan. ’92) for the most weeks at #1 by a female-lead hip hop song.

Four weeks into its run in the Top 50, ‘Heather’ by American singer-songwriter/social media personality Conan Gray jumps up seven places to hit a new peak at #13. It overtakes its previous peak of #18, reached two weeks ago.

Climbing seven spots to #15, Tate McRae’s ‘You Broke Me First’ hits the Top 20 for the first time. It’s the single’s fifth week in the chart. McRae recently performed the track on the MTV VMAs.

Miley Cyrus’ ‘Midnight Sky’ returns to its previous peak of #16 in its fourth week in the Top 50.

At #28, DJ Khaled and Drake’s collaboration ‘Popstar’ returns to the Top 50 for a sixth week. Its re-entry to the chart comes on the back of the release of the single’s video which features Justin Bieber miming to Drake’s vocals.

This week’s chart also features new peaks for Pop Smoke’s ‘For The Night’ (#20), Jason Derulo’s ‘Take You Dancing’ (#22), Jubel’s ‘Dancing In The Moonlight’ (#23), Sia’s ‘Together’ (#30) and Headie One’s ‘Ain’t It Different’ (#31).

This weeks ARIA Singles Chart debuts

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Tap In 37

Tap In

American hip hop artist Saweetie makes her Singles Chart Top 50 debut with ‘Tap In’. It’s the lead single from Saweetie’s forthcoming debut album Pretty Bitch Music, set for release later in 2020. In the US, the single peaked at #21.
Lemonade 47


Internet Money & Gunna Feat. Don Toliver, NAV
After making their Albums Chart debut last week with B4 The Storm (#43 Sept. ’20), American hip-hop collective Internet Money make their Singles Chart debut with ‘Lemonade’. The single features prominent contributions by American rapper Gunna, American singer Don Toliver and Canadian rapper Nav.