Last week, Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb took out his first solo #1 album on the ARIA Charts as he debuted in the top spot with Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers' Songbook. On the Singles Chart, Olivia Rodrigo made her debut at #1 with ‘Drivers License’.
Who could we see making an impact on this week’s ARIA Charts?
Melbourne rapper Illy could be set for his second #1 album as he releases The Space Between, his first album in five years. The follow-up to Two Degrees (#1 Nov. ’16) features appearances from Guy Sebastian and G Flip.
Former One Direction member Zayn could score his first Top 50 entry since 2016 as he returns with Nobody Is Listening, his third album.
Releasing second album The Good Times And The Bad Ones, American boy band Why Don't We could take out their second Top Ten.
Following the physical release of the deluxe edition, Eminem’s Music To Be Murdered By could move back up the chart.
Rapper Travis Scott and Spanish DJ/producer HVME team up for ‘Goosebumps (Remix)’, a re-working of Scott’s 2016 track.
Ava Max could take out a fourth Top 50 entry with ‘My Head & My Heart’.
Look out for moves up the chart this week by Ariana Grande’s ‘34+35’, Glass Animals’ ‘Heat Waves’, Tiësto’s ‘The Business’, Sigala & James Arthur’s ‘Lasting Lover’ and The Weeknd’s ‘Save Your Tears’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.
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