Ariana Grande continues her successful methods in Australia, the place her newest hit “7 Rings” (Universal) clocks up three weeks at No. 1

“7 Rings” is Ari’s third Aussie chart topper and, in line with charts compiler ARIA, its newly-released mother or father album Thank U, Next ought to make an affect on subsequent week’s survey.

Grande is on a roll in these elements. Her fourth studio album Sweetener opened on the summit of the ARIA Albums Chart final August, turning into her third No. 1 Down Under. And In the week after its launch, 5 tracks from Sweetener crashed the ARIA Top 50.

Also flying excessive this week is Billie Eilish, whose “Bury A Friend” (Interscope/Universal) bows at No. three, her largest hit but on the ARIA Singles Chart whereas her EP Dont Smile At Me hits the highest 10 for the primary time. “Friend” eclipses the No. 5 greatest for her 2018 “Lovely” collab with KhalidThe new observe is the third single from Eilish’s recently-announced forthcoming debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which is ready to drop in March. In assist of the forthcoming LP, the 17-year-old final week introduced dates for her third and biggest Australian headline tour.

After two weeks at No. 10, Sam Smith and Normani’s “Dancing With A Stranger” (Capitol/EMI) vaults three locations to No. 7, a brand new peak, whereas Kian, the Sydney teen who received Triple J’s Unearthed High competition last year, has a brand new chart better of No. 15 with “Waiting” (EMI), which climbs 4 locations in its 22nd week on the tally. "Waiting" got here in at No. 20 on the 2018 Triple J Hottest 100 countdown.

On the ARIA Albums Chart, A Star Is Born (Interscope) luggage a tenth non-consecutive week on the prime. The Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper-helmed soundtrack rises 2-1 and has now spent 18 weeks within the prime three.  

In its 20th week within the prime 50, Billie Eilish’s debut EP Dont Smile At Me spikes 14-6, racing previous its earlier better of No. 13.

Also this week, there are prime 20 debuts for Dutch band Within Temptation, whose seventh album Resist (Caroline/Universal) begins at No. 13 whereas New Zealand sibling electronic-pop outfit Broods debut at No. 17 debut with their fourth album, Don't Feed The Pop Monster (Island/Universal).

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