News 20 January 2018

Seven weeks at #1 for Ed Sheeran's Perfect

Debuts for Troye Sivan, Camila Cabello, Taylor Swift and more!

Seven weeks at #1 for Ed Sheeran's Perfect

Debuts for Troye Sivan, Camila Cabello, Taylor Swift and more!

For the seventh straight week Ed Sheeran holds the #1 spot on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Perfect’.

Jumping up six spots to #9 in its second week in the top 50, ‘Finesse’ becomes Bruno Mars’ tenth top ten single as lead artist on the ARIA Charts. The American artist first hit the top ten with ‘Just The Way You Are’ (#1 Oct. ’10).

As The Greatest Showman’s soundtrack holds #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for a third consecutive week, Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble’s ‘This Is Me’ hits the top ten for the first time at #10. The album’s ‘Rewrite The Stars’ has also hit a new peak at #30.

Other tracks reaching a new peak this week include Post Malone’s ‘Candy Paint’ (#19), Sheppard’s ‘Coming Home’ (#22), Justin Timberlake’s ‘Filthy’ (#27), Kendrick Lamar & SZA’s ‘All The Stars’ (#31) and Camelphat & Elderbrook’s ‘Cola’ (#39).


#14: Troye Sivan ‘My My My!’ – ARIA Award winner Troye Sivan returns to the Singles Chart with ‘My My My!’. The track is the first to be released from Sivan’s forthcoming second album. He last charted with the Martin Garrix collaboration ‘There For You’ (#23 Jun. ’17). His highest peak to date has been with ‘Happy Little Pill’ (#10 Aug. ’14).

#17: Camila Cabello ‘Never Be The Same’ – ‘Never Be The Same’ becomes the second track to chart from Camila Cabello’s debut solo album, Camila. It’s the follow-up to ‘Havana’ (#1 Nov. ’17). ‘Never Be The Same’ cracks the top 50 this week following Camila’s debut at #TBA.

#38: Taylor Swift Feat. Ed Sheeran & Future ‘End Game’ – Taylor Swift picks up a fifth Singles Chart entry from Reputation (#1 Nov. ’17) with the Ed Sheeran and Future-featured ‘End Game’. The American artist has also scored top 50 entries from the album with ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ (#1 Sept. ’17), ‘…Ready For It?’ (#3 Sept. ’17), ‘Gorgeous’ (#9 Oct. ’17) and ‘Call It What You Want’ (#16 Nov. ’17).

#42: Zendaya, Zac Efron, The Greatest Showman Ensemble, Keala Settle, Hugh Jackman ‘The Greatest Show’ – The third track from the soundtrack to The Greatest Showman (this week’s #1 album) to hit the ARIA Singles Chart. Also from the show, ‘This Is Me’ (#10 Jan. ’18) and ‘Rewrite The Stars’ (#30 Jan. ’18) have hit new peaks this week.

#49: Angus & Julia Stone ‘Chateau’ – Angus & Julia Stone hit the ARIA Singles Chart for the first time since 2014 with ‘Chateau’. The track comes from the sibling duo’s fourth album, Snow (#2 Sept. ’17). They last hit the top 50 with ‘Heart Beats Slow’ (#37 Jun. ’14).