Moves for Ava Max, Mark Ronson, Lukas Graham and more!
For the fifth consecutive week American singer-songwriter Ariana Grande holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Thank U, Next’.
American artist Ava Max continues her ascent of the Singles Chart with ‘Sweet But Psycho’. This week, the chart has climbed three spots to a new peak of #5.
After debuting at #17 last week, Mark Ronson’s first single from his forthcoming fifth album, Late Night Feelings, jumps up nine spots to hit the Top Ten. ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ is Ronson’s first appearance on the chart under his own name since ‘Uptown Funk’ (#1 Jan. ’15).
In its tenth week in the Top 50, ‘Love Someone’ by former Danish chart-toppers Lukas Graham nabs a new peak, moving up six spots to #20.
‘1999’, the collaboration between British artist Charli XCX and Australian singer-songwriter Troye Sivan, returns to its previous peak in its eighth week in the chart. It previously hit #23 in mid-November.
This week’s Singles Chart also features new peaks for Hilltop Hoods’ ‘Leave Me Lonely’ (#26), Morgan Evans’ ‘Day Drunk’ (#32) and Meek Mill’s ‘Going Bad’ (#33).
Wham’s ‘Last Christmas’ has climbed up the chart 13 spots to sit at #34 this week.
There are no debuts in this week’s ARIA Top 50.
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