News 6 February 2021

Olivia Rodrigo's Drivers License hits fourth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart

Plus, moves by Tones And I, SZA and more!

Olivia Rodrigo's Drivers License hits fourth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart

American singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo makes it four straight weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Drivers License’. The song continues to dominate charts around the world as it has since being released on 8 January. With Rodrigo at #1 on the Singles Chart and The Kid Laroi topping this week’s Albums Chart, it’s only the second time in ARIA Charts history that artists under the age of 18 have topped both charts. The last time was in April 2019 when 17 year old Billie Eilish topped the Singles Chart with ‘Bad Guy’ and the Albums Chart with When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

Moving up two spots to #4, Tones And I’s ‘Fly Away’ takes out a new peak. It comes in the single’s 12th week in the Top 50.

After dropping out of the Top Ten last week, SZA’s ‘Good Days’ jumps up the chart five spots to hit a new peak at #7. It’s also hit the Top Ten in the US and New Zealand.

Climbing five spots to #8, ‘The Business’ becomes the second career Top Ten entry for Tiësto after ‘Red Lights’ (#8 Jan. ’14). It’s the Dutch DJ/producer’s first ever #1 in his homeland.

Three weeks into its run in the Top 50, Doja Cat’s ‘Streets’ climbs 13 spots to claim a new peak at #14. The move makes the track the second-highest solo peak reached by the American after ‘Say So’ (#4 Mar. ’20).

Travis Scott & HVME’s ‘Goosebumps (Remix)’ moves up six spots to #16. Its new peak comes in its third week in the Top 50.

Moving eleven spots to #18, The Weeknd’s ‘Save Your Tears’ hits a peak four weeks into its Top 50 run.

Saweetie’s ‘Best Friend’ climbs eight spots to land a new peak at #40.

American singer-songwriter Ava Max takes out her fourth solo Top 50 entry as she debuts at #47 with ‘My Head & My Heart’. It’s her first chart entry since ‘Kings & Queens’ (#31 Sept. ’20). She previously scored a Top Ten with ‘Sweet But Psycho’ (#2 Jan. ’19).