‘Body’ by Russ Millions and Tion Wayne hits #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Climbing from #3 to #1 in its sixth week in the Top 50, it becomes the first British hip hop single to top the charts in Australia.
Ahead of the release of his sixth album, The Off-Season, American rapper J. Cole hits the Singles Chart at #20 with ‘i n t e r l u d e’. It becomes his first appearance in the Top 50 since ‘Middle Child’ (#15 Feb. ’19). The Off-Season is the follow-up to KOD (#1 Apr. ’18) and is likely to make an impact on next week’s Albums Chart.
P!nk scores her second chart entry for 2021 as she releases ‘All I Know So Far’. It’s the title track to the American star’s upcoming album All I Know So Far: Setlist, set for release on 21 May. The album will serve as the soundtrack to the live concert/documentary film of the same name. Earlier in 2021, P!nk hit the chart with ‘Cover Me In Sunshine’ (#6 Mar. ’21), a collaboration with her daughter Willow Sage Hart. In its 13th week in the chart, ‘Cover Me In Sunshine’ sits at #13.
American rapper Trippie Redd claims his first Singles Chart Top 50 entry as he debuts at #31 with ‘Miss The Rage’. The track, which features Playboi Carti, comes from Redd’s upcoming fourth album, Trip At Knight, the follow-up to 2020’s Pegasus.
Coldplay make their first Singles Chart appearance since 2017 as they release ‘Higher Power’. The band gave the track its live premiere during the Brit Awards ceremony on 11 May in London. Coldplay last charted when they collaborated with The Chainsmokers on ‘Something Just Like This’ (#2 Mar. ’17). The band last topped the Albums Chart with Everyday Life (#1 Dec. ’19).
This week’s chart includes new peaks for ATB’s ‘Your Love (9pm)’ #18) and Joel Corry, RAYE & David Guetta’s ‘Bed’ (#23).