Ariana Grande Dominates Charts Down Under


Ariana Grande doubles-up on Australia’s charts this week, nabbing the best-selling album and securing a 1-2 on the national singles survey.

Grande’s new album Thank U, Next (Universal) blasts to No. 1, and all 12 tracks from it are within the Top 50 of the ARIA Singles Chart. 

Thank U, Next provides the U.S. pop star her fourth No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart after Sweetener (Aug. 2018), Dangerous Woman (May 2016) and My Everything (September 2014).

Meanwhile, Sydney rockers Sticky Fingers take pleasure in a 3rd high 5 album with Yours To Keep (Sureshaker//RKT), which begins at No. four. Their fourth studio LP, Yours to Keep is the followup to Westway (The Glitter & The Slums), which bowed at No. 1 on the nationwide chart in October 2016. 

There are notable post-Grammys spikes on the Australian albums record this week for Dua Lipa and Cardi B. Lipa sees her self-titled debut WEA/Warner return to the chart at No. 13 following the British singer’s Grammy win for finest new expertise. Dua Lipa debuted on the tally in June 2017, and peaked at No. eight in April 2018.

And after turning into the primary feminine solo artist to win finest rap album, Cardi B’s debut Invasion Of Privacy (Atlantic/Warner) leaps 45–26 on this week’s body.

The week, nevertheless, belongs to Ariana Grande who collected her first Grammy, for finest pop vocal album (Sweetener), does the chart double within the U.Ok. and guidelines the Billboard 200 with the most important streaming week ever for a pop set. She’s now the undisputed champion of the ARIA Singles Chart, which she guidelines for a fourth successive week with 7 Rings whereas her new launch Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored opens at No. 2. Bored is one in every of 9 Thank U, Next tracks to affect the chart on debut this week.

Finally, Khalid earns his first contemporary entry on the chart this yr with “Talk” (RCA/Sony), new at No. 24, whereas The Chainsmokers’ “Who Do You Love” (Columbia/Sony) that includes 5 Seconds of Summer opens at No. 28.