The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber stay at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a third straight week with ‘Stay’. The single’s continued success comes in the same week The Kid Laroi’s mixtape, F*ck Love moves back up to #3 on the back of a new deluxe edition, known as F*ck Love (Over You). Three other tracks from the new release have debuted in the Top 50 this week: ‘Not Sober’ (#8 Aug. ’21), ‘Still Chose You’ (#26 Aug. ’21) and ‘Over You’ (#44 Aug. ’21).
American rapper Lil Nas X takes out his third Top Ten entry as he debuts at #6 with ‘Industry Baby’. It’s the third single to chart from his forthcoming Montero album after ‘Holiday’ (#42 Jan. ’21) and ‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name)’ (#1 May ’21). ‘Industry Baby’ features an appearance by Jack Harlow and co-production from Kanye West.
Doja Cat’s ‘Need To Know’ continues its rise up the Top 50. This week, it jumps from #32 to #21. It’s the single’s sixth week in the chart.
On top of debuting at #5 on the Albums Chart with We're All Alone In This Together, British rapper Dave makes his Singles Chart debut at #29 with ‘Clash’. The Stormzy-featured track peaked at #3 in the UK, becoming his sixth Top Ten in his homeland.
Sleepy Hallow scores his first chart entry with the track ‘2055’. The single comes from the Jamaican-American rapper’s debut album, Still Sleep?, which was released in June and peaked at #38 in the US.
Camila Cabello hits the chart at #43 with ‘Don't Go Yet’. It’s the first single from her forthcoming third album, Familia. Cabello last appeared on the chart with ‘My Oh My’ (#19 Jan. ’20).