Aussie country superstar Keith Urban scored his fourth #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart last week with The Speed of Now Part 1. Over on the Singles Chart, Cardi B's 'WAP' held the top spot for a sixth week.
Who could we see making an impact on this week’s ARIA Charts this week?
American artist Machine Gun Kelly moves from rap to pop punk and could make his first Top Ten appearance with his fifth studio album Tickets To My Downfall.
Alt-metal band Deftones follow-up the #1 album Gore (#1 Apr. ’16) with ninth album OHMS.
Australian-Japanese artist Joji could be set to pick up his first Top Ten with second album Nectar.
Releasing third album Ultra Mono, British rock band IDLES will be aiming to make their Top 50 debut.
American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens returns with The Ascension, his first album in five years.
Tasmanian metalcore band Alpha Wolf will be aiming for their second Top 50 entry with A Quiet Place To Die.
The late rapper Lil Peep’s mixtape HELLBOY could hit the Top 50 following its reissue.
Singer-songwriter Didirri could take out his second career Top 50 entry as he releases new EP Sold For Sale.
A year on from K-12 (#6 Sept. ’19), American singer-songwriter Melanie Martinez could chart again with the After School EP.
American rapper A$AP Ferg could hit the Top 50 for the first time in three years as he releases the mixtape Floor Seats II.
American folk rock band Fleet Foxes release their surprise fourth album Shore.
Travis Scott joins forces with Young Thug and M.I.A. for the new single ‘Franchise’.
Ahead of the release of Love Goes next month, Sam Smith could pick up a new Singles Chart entry with ‘Diamonds’.
American artist salem ilese could make her Top 50 debut with ‘Mad At Disney’.
This week’s Singles Chart could include moves by Headie One’s ‘Ain't It Different’, Ritt Momney’s ‘Put Your Records On’ and Machine Gun Kelly’s ‘My Ex's Best Friend’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.