Ariana Grande rings up her third No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart with “7 Rings” (Universal).
The U.S. pop star’s trans-Atlantic chart champion bows on the summit of the ARIA Singles Chart, nudging Post Malone & Swae Lee’s “Sunflower” (Universal) into second place. Grande completes a hattrick of chart crowns in lower than a yr, after “No Tears Left To Cry” dominated the survey in April 2018 and “thank u, subsequent” hit the highest spot late in 2018.
Ava Max’s U.Ok. best-seller “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic/Warner) dips 2-Three whereas Halsey’s “Without Me” (Capitol/EMI) slips Three-Four and Post Malone’s “Wow” (Universal) is down Four-5.
Making its transfer this week is Sam Smith & Normani’s “Dancing With A Stranger” (Capitol/EMI), which blasts 19-10 whereas Sydney singer-songwriter Dean Lewis lands one other high 20 with “7 Minutes.” It’s new at No. 16. "7 Minutes" is the followup to Lewis’ No. 1 hit from 2018 “Be Alright,” each of which can seem on the ARIA Award winner’s forthcoming debut album.
Also on the newest chart, 5 Seconds Of Summer hold their sizzling chart streak going with "Lie To Me" (Capitol/EMI), new at No. 42. The observe is lifted from the chart topping album Youngblood and has been re-recorded with vocals by American singer-songwriter Julia Michaels. The title observe to that album spent eight weeks at No. 1 and was declared by ARIA because the best-selling single in Australia for 2018.
The ARIA Albums Chart is topped for the fourth successive week by Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin) soundtrack, one in every of three compilations from the British traditional rock act within the high 5 (Greatest Hits stays at No. Three and The Platinum Collection is unmoved at No. 5).
The highest new entry comes from Maggie Rogers, who makes her debut look on the ARIA Charts with Heard It In A Past Life (Capitol/EMI), new at No. eight, whereas Phil Collins’ nationwide stadium tour ignites the spark for the veteran singer’s profession spanning The Singles (Rhino/Warner) set, up 48-9. Finally, homegrown indie act Club Sport begin at No. 12 with their self-titled third album ( MGM). In 2018, the Brisbane-based quartet had been the inaugural winners of the ARIA Emerging Artist Scholarship.