Styles having a better week than England's other Harry.
Fine Line, the acclaimed second album from former One Direction member Harry Styles, spends a third week atop the ARIA Albums Chart, having only missed out once in its four-week run. It also remains #1 on the ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart for the fourth week in a row. The latest single from the LP, ‘Adore You’ retains the #10 position on the Singles Chart, while ‘Watermelon Sugar’ rises one place to #22.
Rising nine places, Lewis Capaldi’s debut LP, Divinely Unispired To A Hellish Extent, reaches a new peak of #7 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The 23-year-old Scottish singer has been a staple on Australian airwaves for months, scoring breakthrough success with single ‘Someone You Loved’, which reached #4 on the Singles Chart in June 2019 and this week sits at #17. Latest single ‘Before You Go’ this week leaps six places to a new high of #12.
UK rapper Stormzy returns to #11 with his latest album Heavy Is The Head. Released just prior to Christmas, the album hit the same position when it first entered the chart. His debut album Gang Signs & Prayer (#11, Mar '17) also peaked just one spot outside the Top Ten. His latest single 'Own It' features Ed Sheeran and remains in the ARIA Chart Top 50.
Off the back of her Australian tour dates, Lizzo re-enters the ARIA Albums Chart at #30 with her third studio album, Cuz I Love You, which debuted at #38 in April 2019 and reached a peak of #26 last October. Meanwhile her sleeper-hit single ‘Good As Hell’, originally released in 2016, sits at #11 on the ARIA Singles Chart. The US singer, rapper and flautist recently assisted with bushfire relief efforts by volunteering at Foodbank Victoria.
Also re-entering the Top 50 after a period of absence are DaBaby's Kirk, coming in at #41; Eminem's Curtain Call: The Hits, landing at #42; and G Flip's About Us, returning at #43.
Other albums making strides this week are The Chainsmokers' World War Joy, moving up to #19 from #28 last week; Khalid's Free Spirit, to #22 from #30; Dua Lipa's Dua Lipa, to #24 from #34; The Greatest Showman soundtrack, to #27 from #36; XXXTenacion's ?, to #36 from #49; Maroon 5's Singles Collection, to #38 from #48.
#33 Roddy Rich 'Please Excuse Me For Being Anti Social' - Californian rapper Roddy Ricch makes his ARIA Albums Chart debut with his recently released debut album. Despite not being intended as an official single, ‘The Box’ is the breakout hit from the LP, becoming the 21-year-old’s highest-charting song anywhere in the world, peaking at #3 in the US. The album features collaborations with A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Lil Durk, Meek Mill, Mustard, Gunna and Ty Dolla $ign.
See the full Top 50 here.