Ruel’s first full-length album, 4th Wall, makes a top 5 debut in the ARIA Albums Chart this week at #3, while Miley Cyrus holds the top spot on the Singles Chart to become Australia’s longest-running Cyrus at #1.
Ruel, the 20-year-old singer from Sydney, won the ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist back in 2018 before reaching #3 on the Albums Chart with his 2019 EP, Free Time, which went three-time platinum in South Korea.
Harry Styles celebrates 10 non-consecutive weeks at the top of the Albums Chart with Harry’s House coming off the back of his Australian tour, which wrapped last week. Fine Line slides one position to #6 and Harry Styles also holds at #12, while on the Singles Chart As It Was holds at #5, one of 14 singles Styles has in the top 100.
One Day At A Time by Morgan Wallen debuts at #2, featuring 36 tracks and collaborations with fellow country superstars Eric Church, HARDY and ERNEST. His 2021 album Dangerous: The Double Album also reached #2 here and has spent more than two years on the chart, sitting at #31 this week.
Korean boy band NCT 127 debut in the top 20 with Ay-Yo – The 4th Album Repackage at #13, while Aussie four-piece Teenage Dads debut at #28 with their EP Midnight Driving and homegrown singer-songwriter Jen Cloher arrives at #30 with I Am The River, The River Is Me.
On the Singles Chart, Miley Cyrus’ Flowers makes it eight weeks at #1, surpassing her father Billy Ray Cyrus’ record of seven weeks with Achy Breaky Heart in 1992; while PinkPantheress’ Boy’s A Liar sits very close behind at #2.