24kGoldn’s ‘Mood’ hits its sixth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. A remix of the track was released recently featuring Canadian star Justin Bieber and Colombian artist J Balvin.
Just announced as a performer for this year’s ARIA Awards, Billie Eilish hits the chart at #3 with ‘Therefore I Am’. The track is the American’s third Top Ten single for 2020, following on from the James Bond theme ‘No Time To Die’ (#3 Feb. ’20) and ‘My Future’ (#3 Aug. ’20). It’s her eighth career Top 5 single in Australia. Eilish will perform ‘Therefore I Am’ from Los Angeles for the ARIAs on 25 November.
The Kid Laroi’s ‘So Done’ moves up to hit a new peak at #6 in its fourth week in the Top 50. After debuting last week, the Sydney hip hop artists’ ‘Always Do’ moves up three spots to hit a new peak this week at #34. The mixtape F*ck Love (Savage) sits at #4 on this week’s Albums Chart. The Kid Laroi is nominated for Best Male Artist, Best Hip Hop Release and Breakthrough Artist at the 2020 ARIA Awards.
ARIA Charts record-breaker Tones and I hits the Top 50 with new single ‘Fly Away’. It’s her third chart entry for the year after ‘Bad Child’ (#15 Apr. ’20) and ‘Ur So F**kInG cOoL’ (#44 Jun. ’20). Earlier in 2020, Tones and I broke the record for the most weeks atop the ARIA Singles Chart by any artist with her single ‘Dance Monkey’ spending 24 weeks at #1. At the 2020 ARIA Awards, Tones and I has been nominated for Song of the Year, Best Female Artist and Best Video.
In its third week in the Top 50, Ariana Grande’s ‘POV’ jumps up 18 spots to hit a new peak at #29, ten spots above its previous peak reached in its debut week. The track comes from Grande’s album Positions (#2 Nov. ‘20).
After debuting at #46 last week, ‘Lasting Lover’ by English DJ/producer Sigala and singer James Arthur jumps up 16 spots to hit a new peak at #30. The track has so far peaked at #10 in the UK.
With their EP Against All Odds debuting at #7 on this week’s Albums Chart, Sydney hip hop crew Onefour move up 13 spots to #35 with ‘My City’ featuring The Kid Laroi. The track peaked/debuted at #28.
American rapper CJ make his Top 50 debut at #41 with ‘Whoopty’. The track by the Staten Island artist has generated 232.4K videos on TikTok.