Moves for Post Malone, Dominic Fike, Lauv & Troye Sivan and more!
A week on from debuting at #5, ‘Sucker’, the comeback single by the Jonas Brothers, hits the top of the ARIA Singles Chart. Already their highest peak on the chart, it becomes the trio’s first #1 in Australia. ‘Sucker’ has also hit #1 in a number of other territories, including New Zealand, Canada and the US.
In its eleventh week in the Top Ten, Post Malone’s ‘Wow.’ jumps up four spots to claim a new peak at #2. The single becomes the American rapper’s sixth to hit the Top Three on the ARIA Singles Chart.
Nine weeks into its chart run, ‘3 Nights’ by American artist Dominic Fike moves up three spots to #9, hitting the Top Ten for the first time.
Lauv and Troye Sivan continue their climb up the Singles Chart with ‘I’m So Tried…’. In the track’s seventh week in the Top 50, it’s up five places to #17.
Three weeks after it originally peaked there, ‘Giant’ by Calvin Harris and Rag’N’Bone Man returns to #24.
With Juice WRLD’s second album, Death Race Fore Love, debuting at #8 on this week’s Albums Chart, the single ‘Robbery’ has moved up five to hit a new peak at #41.
#12: Billie Eilish ‘Wish You Were Gay’ – Billie Eilish hits the Singles Chart with ‘Wish You Were Gay’. The track is the fourth single released from Eilish’s forthcoming debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? following ‘You Should See Me In My Crown’ (#47 Aug. ’18), ‘When The Party’s Over’ (#10 Oct. ’18) and ‘Bury A Friend’ (#3 Feb. ’19).
#30: Khalid ‘My Bad’ – American singer-songwriter Khalid releases ‘My Bad’. It’s the second single from his forthcoming second album, Free Spirit, after ‘Talk’ (#7 Mar. ’19). Two other tracks from the album have also charted: ‘Better’ (#6 Oct. ’18) and ‘Saturday Nights’ (#27 Jan. ’19). All four songs are in this week’s Top 50.
#40: Drax Project Feat. Hailee Steinfeld ‘Woke Up Late’ – New Zealand group Drax Project make their Top 50 debut with the Hailee Steinfeld-featured track ‘Woke Up Late’. The track was originally by the Wellington band in 2017 and featured on their EP, Noon, before being re-released as a duet with Steinfeld.
#49: Mustard feat. Migos ‘Pure Water’ – American producer Mustard takes out a second entry on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Pure Water’. Featuring rap trio Migos, it comes more than two years on from Mustard’s first entry, ‘Don’t Hurt Me’ (#20 Aug. ’16).
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