The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber extend their stay at the penthouse of Australia’s singles chart, reaching a new landmark in the process.
“Stay” (Columbia/Sony) enters a tenth week at No. 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, positioning the track as outright second in the all-time list of most weeks at the top by an Aussie artist.
The highest debut on the current frame belongs to Ed Sheeran, as “Shiver” (Warner) shakes into the chart at No. 5, for the Brit’s 23rd Top 10 single in these parts. “Shiver” will appear alongside former No. 1 “Bad Habits” on Sheeran’s new album = (equals), due out Oct. 29.
The Anxiety, the U.S. pairing of Willow Smith and Tyler Cole, make their first impression on the ARIA Chart with “Meet Me At Our Spot” (Universal), new at No. 27.
Just one place behind, at No. 28, is Tai Verdes’ “A-O-K” (Sony/Orchard), for the singer and songwriter’s first appearance in the Top 50. Verdes’ career in music took off when “Stuck In The Middle” went viral on TikTok last year.
Finally, The Voice Australia winner Bella Taylor Smith cracks the chart at her first attempt with “Higher” (EMI), new at No. 31. The last time a Voice winner’s single entered the chart was Judah Kelly’s “Count On Me,” which went in at No. 17 back in July 2019.
Over on the ARIA Albums Chart, Drake keeps his crown for a second week with Certified Lover Boy (Universal), while Melbourne punk rockers Amyl and The Sniffers bag a career high with Comfort For Me (Virgin/Universal), new at No. 2.
Led by Amy Taylor, the ARIA and A2IM Libera Awards-winners rule the ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart with Comfort For Me, their second LP.
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