Jonas Brothers Score First No. 1 on Australia’s Singles Chart With ‘Sucker’


Jonas Brothers pack a sucker punch on Australia’s singles chart this week, whereas Ariana Grande baggage one other week atop the nationwide albums survey. 

After bowing final week at No. 5 on the ARIA Singles Chart, Jonas Brothers’ “Sucker” (Island/Universal) climbs to the summit for his or her first-ever Australian No. 1. 

Until now, the sibling U.S. pop trio of ‎Joe, Kevin and ‎Nick Jonas had by no means cracked the highest 10 and managed a profession Australian chart better of No. 31, for “Burnin’ Up” from October 2008.

Also this week, Post Malone’s “Wow” (Universal) leaps 6-2, a brand new peak, in its 11th week on the chart to turn out to be the U.S. emcee’s sixth single to hit the highest three Down Under.

The high 5 is accomplished by Post Malone & Swae Lee’s “Sunflower” (Universal); Ariana Grande's “7 Rings”; and Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” (Interscope/Universal), respectively. 

Ahead of her third headline tour of Australasia, attributable to kick off April 24 at Auckland’s Spark Arena, Billie Eilish begins at No. 12 on the ARIA Singles Chart with “Wish You Were Gay” (Interscope/Universal). It’s the fourth single launched from her forthcoming debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? after “You Should See Me In My Crown” (peaking at No. 47 in August 2018), “When The Party’s Over” (No. 10 in October 18) and “Bury A Friend” (No. three in February 2019).

Meanwhile, homegrown Aussie pop singer Troye Sivan climbs the chart with “I’m So Tired…” (KOB), his collaboration with U.S. singer and songwriter Lauv. “Tired” rises 22-17, a brand new excessive, in its seventh week on the survey.

On the ARIA Albums Chart, Ariana Grande logs a fourth non-consecutive week at No. 1 with Thank U, Next (Universal). Grande’s new album has now spent extra weeks on the high than her three earlier No. 1s mixed.

Sydney rapper Kerser (actual title Scott Barrow) simply misses out on the chart title with Lifestyle (ABC/Warner), which arrives at No. 2. Lifestyle is Kerser’s eighth LP and, so far, his highest chart peak trumping the No. four for his November 2016 set Tradition.

Finally, U.S. rapper Juice WRLD makes his albums chart debut together with his sophomore set Death Race For Love (Interscope/Universal), new at No. eight, and there are high 20 debuts for Foals (Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1 at No. 11 Warner), Dido (Still On My Mind at No. 14 BMG/Warner) and Stella Donnelly (Beware Of The Dogs at No. 15 MGM).