Moves for Halsey, Post Malone, Swae Lee, Little Mix and more!
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper hold #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a second week with the track ‘Shallow’. Two other tracks from the soundtrack to A Star Is Born have made a move up the chart this week: ‘Always Remember Us This Way’ is up six to #12 and ‘I’ll Never Love Again’ has jumped 17 to #15.
American singer-songwriter Halsey continues her climb up the chart with current single ‘Without Me’. This week, it’s up three spots to #5.
In its second week on the chart, ‘Sunflower’ by American rappers Post Malone and Swae Lee jumps up six spots to crack the Top Ten for the first time at #7. It becomes Post Malone’s sixth Top Ten in Australia and Swae Lee’s first.
After dropping to #34 last week, Little Mix’s ‘Woman Like Me’ moves back up ten spots to #24, one spot below its debut position.
Charli XCX and Troye Sivan’s ‘1999’ makes its way up to a new peak in its second week in the Top 50. It’s jumped 17 spots to #29.
#14: XXXTentacion x Lil Pump Feat Swae Lee & Maluma ‘Arms Around You’ – Rappers XXXTentacion and Lil Pump take out the week’s highest debut with ‘Arms Around You’. Using vocals recorded by the late XXXTentacion in 2017, Lil Pump re-worked the track as a tribute to the fallen rapper. Lil Pump is also at #16 this week with his collaboration with Kanye West ‘I Love It’. XXXTentacion sits at #32 on this week’s chart with ‘Falling Down’.
#26: P!nk ‘A Million Dreams’ – Just over a month on from wrapping up her mammoth Australian tour in support of Beautiful Trauma (#1 Oct. ’17), P!nk hits the Singles Chart for the first time in 2018 with ‘A Million Dreams’. The track comes from the forthcoming covers album The Greatest Showman – Reimagined, which sees contemporary artists performing songs from the hit soundtrack to The Greatest Showman (#1 Jan. ’18). P!nk last charted with ‘Revenge’ (#21 Oct. ’17).
#45: Ava Max ‘Sweet But Psycho’ – American artist Ava Max makes her ARIA Top 50 debut with ‘Sweet But Psycho’. The track has already been a hit in Europe, reaching #1 in both Norway and Sweden. Ava Max appeared on the track ‘Let It Be Me’ on David Guetta’s album 7 (#9 Sept. ’18).