Moves for DaBaby, Sam Fischer and more!
SAINt Jhn’s ‘Roses’ holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a fourth week. As well as hitting #1 in Australia, the single has topped charts in the UK, Ireland and across Europe. It’s also hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart in the US.
After debuting at #24 last week, DaBaby’s ‘Rockstar’ jumps ten spots in its second week on the chart, hitting #14. It’s peaked at #9 to date in the US.
‘Boss B**ch’ by Doja Cat moves up one spot to claim a new peak at #18.
‘This City’ by Sydney-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Sam Fischer jumps 21 spots to #22 in its second week in the Top 50. Fischer has also written tracks for the likes of Keith Urban, Demi Lovato, Jessie J and Elle King.
S1mba’s ‘Rover’ returns to the chart and claims a new peak at #48.
#4: THE SCOTTS, Travis Scott & Kid Cudi ‘THE SCOTTS’ – Travis Scott and Kid Cudi team up as THE SCOTTS, releasing their eponymous single. Snippets of the song were premiered in the onlone video game Fortnite. It’s Travis Scott’s first Top Ten entry since ‘Highest In The Room’ (#3 Oct. ’19). For Kid Cudi, it becomes his first Top 50 entry since ‘Just What I Am’ (#32 Oct. ’12). The pair previously collaborated in 2016, releasing the tracks ‘Through The Late Night’ and ‘Baptized In Fire’.
#15: Juice WRLD ‘Righteous’ – ‘Righteous’ becomes the first posthumous single by the late Juice WRLD to hit the Top 50. The rapper, who passed away in December 2019, last charted with ‘Bandit’ (#45 Dec. ’19). He charted earlier in the year as the featured artist on Eminem’s ‘Godzilla’ (#3 Jan. ’20).
#42: Surf Mesa ‘ILY’ – American producer Surf Mesa makes his Top 50 debut with ‘ILY’. The track is a reworking of Frankie Valli’s 1967 hit ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’. Featuring vocals by Emilee Flood, it exploded in popularity thanks to users on TikTok.
#45: Travis Scott ‘Goosebumps’ – As well as debuting in the Top Ten with THE SCOTTS, Travis Scott takes out a second Top 50 debut with ‘Goosebumps’. The track was originally released on Scott’s second album, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight (#10 Sept. ’16). It received a surge in popularity after being included in Scott’s Fortnite concert series.