Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ Enters Second Week Atop Australia’s Singles Chart

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Ariana Grande’s “7 Rings” lassos one other chart crown in Australia, as songs from the favored Hottest 100 countdown flood the nationwide survey. 

Grande enters a second week atop the ARIA Singles Chart with “7 Rings” (Universal) — lifted from her forthcoming fifth studio album Thank U, Next — simply forward of Post Malone and Swae Lee “Sunflower” (unmoved at No. 2 Universal) and Ava Max’s U.Ok. chart-topper “Sweet But Psycho” (unmoved at No. three Atlantic/Warner).

Triple J’s annual Hottest 100 ballot was the most popular but, with the youth community’s listeners casting a document variety of votes this time. A raft of tracks which appeared within the countdown take pleasure in sturdy climbs and, within the case of Ocean Alley’s Hottest 100-winning monitor “Confidence” (UNFD/Orchard), a high 10 debut.  Ocean Alley additionally rating a brand new peak with their March 2018 album launch Chiaroscuro, which returns to the chart at No. 11, besting its earlier peak of No. 15.

Travis Scott and Drake’s triple-platinum licensed “Sicko Mode” (Universal/Sony) leaps 12-6, its peak place, after coming at No. three on the publicly-voted ballot. Ocean Alley’s gold-certified Hottest 100 champ “Confidence” begins at No. 9, nearly a 12 months after its official launch, whereas Billie Eilish’s “When The Party’s Over” (Interscope/Universal) vaults 31-23 in its 15th week on the chart, after securing eighth place on the Hottest 100. 

Meanwhile, British rock outfit Bring Me The Horizon land their fourth successive No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Amo (RCA/Sony), this week’s U.Ok. chart chief. And lastly, Backstreet Boys are again within the high 10 for the primary time since 2005 with DNA (RCA/Sony), their ninth studio set. It’s new at No. 5, eclipsing the No. 30 peak of their most up-to-date album, 2013’s In A World Like This.