News 25 June 2021

Olivia Rodrigo makes it five weeks at #1 on ARIA Singles Chart with Good 4 U

Plus, debuts for Maneskin, Gang of Youths and more!

Olivia Rodrigo makes it five weeks at #1 on ARIA Singles Chart with Good 4 U

‘Good 4 U’ by Olivia Rodrigo takes out the #1 spot on the ARIA Singles Chart for a fifth straight week. The track is one week away from equaling the run at #1 by Rodrigo’s debut single, ‘Drivers License’ (#1 Jan. ’21).

37 weeks into its run in the Top 50, Dua Lipa’s ‘Levitating’ jumps up two spots to return to its previous peak of #4. Having spent three straight weeks at #4 in January, it dropped as low as #14 before making its move back up the chart.

2021 Eurovision Song Contest winners Maneskin make their ARIA Singles Chart at #22 with ‘Beggin’. The single is a cover of the track first released by The Four Seasons in 1967. It appeared on Maneskin’s 2017’s EP Chosen. Maneskin won Eurovision with the track ‘Zitti e buoni’.

Five weeks after debuting, Vance Joy’s ‘Missing Piece’ moves up six spots to claim a new peak at #23.

British rapper KSI makes his ARIA Singles Chart debut at #24 with ‘Holiday’. The track comes from KSI’s forthcoming second album, All Over The Place, which is set for release in July. His last three singles have hit the Top Three in the UK.

This week’s chart also includes new peaks for Majestic vs. Boney M’s ‘Rasputin’ (#29), Tom Grennan’s ‘Little Bit Of Love’ (#30) and Marshmello & Jonas Brothers’ ‘Leave Before You Love Me’ (#38).

Sydney band Gang Of Youths make their return to the ARIA Singles Chart for the first time since 2018 as they debut at #48 with ‘The Angel Of 8th Ave.’. It’s the first single from the group’s forthcoming third album, their follow-up to the ARIA Award-winning Go Farther In Lightness (#1 Aug. ’17). It becomes their highest-charting single, taking over from ‘Let Me Down Easy’ (#49 Feb. ’18).

American rapper Roddy Ricch debuts at #49 with ‘Late At Night’. It’s the first single to come from Ricch’s forthcoming second album and becomes his second solo appearance on the chart after ‘The Box’ (#4 Feb. ’20).