Adele is spending a third week atop the ARIA Singles Chart with her song “Hello”, which three weeks ago debuted with Gold sales status, last week it went Platinum, and now this week it notches up 2x▲Platinum in sales, that’s over 140,000+ sold in just three weeks.
Adele also notches up her tenth accumulated week at No.1 for this decade, moving her from equal tenth to equal eight on the list of ‘Most Accumulated Weeks at No.1: 2010’s’ alongside the ten weeks that Bruno Mars has racked up from his three chart topping singles this year (more on Bruno lower down too).
“Sorry” to say but Justin Bieber is at No.2 for a third straight week also, but he has had his best chart year ever in Australia with a No.3 song; “Where Are U Now” (TW-63), his first #1 single with this weeks No.9 track “What Do You Mean?” and he leaps into the Top 20 with his next single, whilst his new album has just been released too. 2008 ‘Sweden’s Got Talent’ winner (when she was 11) Zara Larsson along with MNEK jump up two places to a new peak of No.3 with “Never Forget You”, which is newly certified Gold (●) in sales, and it swaps places with “Downtown” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, back down two to No.5, and holding steady in-between those swaps is The Weeknd with “The Hills” at No.4.
Also holding steady this week is Drake and his “Hotline Bling”, which is going unanswered at No.6 this week, after which last weeks 7 & 8 swap places this week, with “Ocean Drive” for Duke Dumont up one spot to a new peak of No.7, and now Gold (●), whilst down one place to No.8 is Dawin with his “Dessert”, which is now ▲Platinum. The only entry to the Top 10 this week is at No.10, Marcus Marr & Chet Faker with “The Trouble With us”, which becomes the second Top 10 for Chet Faker after “Talk is Cheap” went to No.6 back in February of this year.
UP: Shawn Mendes is up three places to a new peak of No.13 with “Stitches” and “Magnets” (HP-14) for Disclosure and Lorde is back up four places to No.15 and holding at No.17 is One Direction with “Perfect”, both tracks now Gold (●) in sales. “I’ll Show You” for Justin Bieber jumps up thirteen spots to No.16 and with Rachel Platten in the country recently and performing on X-Factor her second chart entry “Stand by You” leaps up nineteen spots to a new peak of No.22 this week. Vance Joy appeared on X-Factor this past week performing his latest track “Fire & the Flood” which helps it to jump back up six places to No.25 and David Guetta, Sia and Fetty Wap are up six spots to a new chart height of No.27 with “Bang My Head”. Rachel’s first single “Fight Song” jumps back up thirteen places to return to the Top 50 at No.43 and Rufus also re-enter the fifty with “Like an Animal”, leaping up twenty-eight spots to a new peak of No.44 and last weeks No.50 debut for Pai Mia, “Touch” is up three places to a new chart height of No.47.
DOWN: The only dropout from the Top 10 is last weeks highest new entry “Focus” by Ariana Grande, which is down ten places to No.20 this week. After four weeks at No.11, “Whip it!” for LunchMoney Lewis is back down one to No.12 and newly certified ▲Platinum in sales, and Sia is down one spot to No.21 with “Alive” which is now Gold (●). “679” for Fetty Wap and “Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself” for Jess Glynne both fall six places to No.31 and No.32 respectively, whilst down seven are The Weeknd with “Can’t Feel My Face” and Conrad Sewell with “Who You Lovin” to No.34 and No.35. The Rubens fall down five to No.40 with “Hoops” which is now Gold (●) in sales and falling nine spots to No.41 is Selena Gomez with A$AP Rocky on “Good for You”. Celebrating one full year (52 weeks) on the charts is the Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars teaming “Uptown Funk” which is down a couple of places to No.45 and falling nine spots to No.46 is Felix Jaehn with “Ain’t Nobody”. Falling out of this weeks Top 50 are Naughty Boy & Beyonce with “Runnin’ (Lose it All)” (36 to 52), “Same Old Love” for Selena Gomez (42 to 56), “This Ain’t Love” for Jessica Mauboy (49 to 66, now Gold (●) and “Wild” for Troye Sivan (47 to 67).
There will be a battle next week for the No.1 albums spot with both Justin Bieber and One Direction releasing new albums on Friday, and so far JB has issued three tracks, whilst One Direction this week see their fourth, fifth and sixth releases from their fifth album “Made in the A.M.”. Coming in at No.29 is the track “History”, which follows on from previous entries “Home” (HP-48), “Perfect” (HP-4, TW-17) and the first issued from the new set “Drag Me Down” (HP-1, TW-38). Further down the Top 100 they also enter with the new album tracks “End of the Day” at No.65 and then lower down at No.86 is “Love You Goodbye”, which gives them a total of 24 Top 100 Singles chart entries now.
One place lower at No.30 is Avicii with the latest single from his second album “Stories” (TW-89), the track featuring Zac Brown (from Zac Brown Band) is entitled “Broken Arrows” and is the fifth single from the new album to chart here. Coldplay announced they are releasing their seventh and final album on December 4th entitled “A Head Full of Dreams”, and the first track lifted from the album debuts at No.33 this week called “Adventure of a Lifetime”, which becomes the bands 27th Top 100 and 20th Top 50 chart entry. The final new entry to this weeks Top 50 is in at No.36, Sia with the second track lifted from her January 2016 due album “This is Art”, the new track is “Bird Set Free”, giving her three entries within the Top 40 this week.
Lower 50: The third Little Mix album is the highest new entry on the albums chart this week, and the second single released; “Love Me Like You”, is back up to No.54 this week. Samantha Jade sang and danced on The X-Factor on Tuesday night performing her recent entry “Shake That” featuring Pitbull, which returns to the Top 100 at No.69, whilst an X-Factor performance of “Love Me Like You Do” by Ellie Goulding helps it to rebound twenty-six places to No.71, with Big T’s performance on the show of “All of Me”, plus the ‘Mary’ promos on Channel 10 all helping the John Legend original to jump back up eighteen places to No.77 this week. “Keeping Score” (HP-71) for L.D.R.U. with Paige IV is back up fifteen places to No.83 and further returning tracks include “Do You Remember” by Jarryd James at No.78, current tourists AC/DC with “Thunderstruck” at No.97 and “Headlights” for Robin Schulz is back in at No.98.
The newly re-packaged Sam Smith album “In the Lonely Hour: Drowning Shadows” features a heap of extra tracks (but not the Bond theme) and it leaps back into the Top 10 Albums this week, and the new song from the album “Drowning Shadows” is a new entry at No.55. The only other non-XF act to enter this lower fifty this week is new at No.90, Tinashe with Chris Brown on the single “Player”.
As X-Factor is only two weeks away from the Grand Final and with the Top 4 now decided, three of the shows popular acts debut this week with songs and last years winner is also in this week. Firstly the duo of Matt & Jess debut at No.68 with their version of the Rihanna song “Stay”. X-Factor 2014 winner Marlisa sung her new single “Forever Young” on Monday night, which helps it to debut at No.72 this week becoming her sixth Top 100 chart entry. Cyrus Villaneuva covered the Bob Dylan classic “Knockin' on Heaven's Door” which comes in at No.80 and finally Louise Adams’ version of the Lesley Gore/Grace song “You Don't Own Me” debuts at No.94 this week.
For the first time since early July, an album has managed to hold on for a second week at the No.1 spot on the ARIA Albums chart, as this week the Elvis Presley set “If I Can Dream” with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra remains the biggest selling album in the country.
The last album to hold onto the top spot for two or more weeks was the John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John album “Two Strong Hearts” which spent the first three weeks of July in the No.1 position, in-between then and now we have had fifteen weeks of a different chart-topping album hitting the top spot, fourteen of which debut there, only “Title” for Meghan Trainor (10-Aug) was the only returnee during that period. Next week there is a race for the top spot between several former No.1 acts including Justin Bieber, One Direction, Kylie Minogue, il Divo and Kurt Cobain.
The top three albums here match the top three in the UK this week, with Little Mix and their third album “Get Weird” coming in at No.2, and this is now their girls’ third successive Top 10 album and now highest charting album here too. Another act debuting with their third album is Ellie Goulding and “Delirium” which comes in at No.3 to become her second album to not only chart here, but also land within the Top 10, as her previous album “Halcyon Days” peaked at No.4 in June 2014, meaning that this new album is also her highest charting for ARIA.
After four studio albums, Perth act Birds of Tokyo release their first best of compilation entitled “Playlist”, which enters at No.4 this week to become the bands fourth Top 10 album and lowest peaking T10 set too, as their previous three all either peaked at #1, #2 or #3. The Voice 2015 runner-up Joe Moore releases his solo debut album entitled “A Thousand Lifetimes”, which debuts at No.5 and beats this years winner Ellie Drennan’s debut effort “Close Your Eyes” which debuted and peaked at No.14 in late September this year.
Sarah Blasko has the final Top 10 debut this week at No.6, her fifth album entitled “Eternal Return” becomes her fourth Top 10 album in a row and her second highest, as her previous best effort was her third album “As Day Follows Night” which debuted and peaked at No.5 in July 2009. The newly re-packaged album for Sam Smith “In the Lonely Hour: Drowning Shadows” leaps back up nineteen places to No.7, whilst down five places to No.8 is “Like a Version Vol.11” and down four to No.9 is “1989” by Taylor Swift, and as she will be here at the end of the month it most likely won’t fall much further. Returning for a 25th week within the Top 10 is the Michael Buble seasonal album “Christmas” which jumps up seven places to No.10 and could be on par for its fifth No.1 placing, as for the past four years it has notched up thirteen weeks at the top from four different runs in the No.1 spot.
UP: Florence + the Machine started touring here this past week, and their recent No.1 album “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” is back up nine places to No.15 and recent tourists Fleetwood Mac are on hold at No.16 with their “The Very Best of” collection. Mumford & Sons also started their tour here this week, and their former chart-topping set “Wilder Mind” leaps back up twenty-six spots to No.18 this week, and another touring act in Tame Impala are back up six places to No.28 with “Currents”. Phil Collins blasts back into the Top 50 at No.36, up a massive 52 spots from last week with his “Hits” collection and with Vance Joy back in the country and performing on X-Factor this past week, his “Dream Your Life Away” album is back eight places to No.40. Recent visitor to our shores Neil Diamond and his most recent album “Melody Road” are back up twenty-nine spots to No.42 and the newly re-packaged Beatles collection album “1” returns to the Top 100 at No.45.
DOWN: With seven albums entering the Top 10 this week, the seven dropouts consist of “Eleven” for Tina Arena (2 to 11), The Weeknd with “Beauty Behind the Madness” (8 to 12 WI10-9), “x” for Ed Sheeran (10 to 13, WI10-70), 5 Seconds of Summer with “Sounds Good Feels Good” (6 to 21, WI10-2), the self-titled Def Leppard album (4 to 23), Cold Chisel with the only newly certified album this week at Gold (●) in sales, “The Perfect Crime” (9 to 24, WI10-4), and finally Chris Isaak with “First Comes the Night” (7 to 27, WI10-2). With one Mac album flying high, their other “Greatest Hits” set is down fourteen places to No.29, whilst “21” for Adele drops back down fourteen to No.32. Carrie Underwood is down nineteen spots to No.33 with “Storyteller”, “Cinema” for Andrea Bocelli drops twenty-two spots to No.34 and Rod Stewart’s “Another Country” tumbles 22 places to No.35 this week. Also falling is the James Blunt collection “I’ll Take Everything” (21 to 37), AC/DC’s “Rock or Bust” (27 to 38), “Limit of Love” for Boy & Bear (25 to 39), “Chaos and the Calm” for James Bay (20 to 41), Parkway Drive with “Ire” (30 to 43), the self-titled Hozier album (22 to 44) and Bring Me the Horizon with “That’s the Spirit” (31 to 50), whilst dropping into the lower fifty are Jess Glynne (43 to 56), Cold Chisel’s “GH” (36 to 57), The Rubens (39 to 60); leaving the Top 50 for the first time in exactly two years (it returned in mid-November 2013), INXS’ “The Very Best” (35 to 62), the re-packed “Jagged Little Pill” for Alanis Morissette (19 to 65), Dr Dre’s “Compton” soundtrack (49 to 73), Russell Morris (37 to 75), Lana Del Rey (42 to 78), N.W.A.’s “Greatest Hits” (38 to 79), Ryan Adams’ “1989” (29 to 82), Amy Winehouse (33 to 87) and tumbling hard for a second week is Nathaniel with “Yours” (45 to 97), with four albums falling out of the Top 100 from last weeks fifty, Escape the Fate (#32), Skyhooks (#40), Fat Freddy’s Drop (#41) and City and Colour (#46).
Coming in at No.17 is the second seasonal album for local vocal act The Ten Tenors entitled “Our Christmas Wish”, with the acts first being “A Not So Silent Night” (HP-94, December 2001). New at No.19 is the fifteenth studio album for US country artist Tim McGraw entitled “Damn Country Music”, which becomes his tenth Top 50 entry and sixth album to land in the Top 20 here. The third and final entry to the twenty this week is You Am I at No.20 with “Porridge & Hotsauce” the tenth studio album for the local act, and their first in five years, as their last was the self-titled album from mid-October 2010 peaked at No.18.
Melbourne four-piece act City Calm Down (CCD) see their debut album “In a Restless House” enters at No.25 this week after their recent national tour and one place lower at No.26 is Bob Dylan with “The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol.12” and the final Top 30 entry is the fourth studio album for Canadian artist Grimes entitled “Art Angels” which is his first album to chart in Australia. The last Top 50 entry this week comes in at No.47, “Traveller” for US country artist Chris Stapleton which debuted at the top of the Billboard chart this past week.
Lower 50: “The Very Best of” for The Eagles jumps back up thirty-three places to No.51, the recent re-screening of the TV tele-movie ‘Cilla’ helps her return at No.52 with “The Very Best of” for Cilla Black, coming back in at a new peak too. Jarryd James’ “Thirty One” is back up twenty-two spots to No.53, the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Greatest Hits” rebounds twenty-six places to No.55, “1000 Forms of Fear” is back up ten to No.58, The Waifs and “Beautiful You” rebounds twenty spots to No.59, “30:30 Hindsight” by Jimmy Barnes jumps up thirteen to No.61, “AM” for the Arctic Monkeys rises twenty-five to No.67 and with a new Top 10 single under his belt, the previous Chet Faker album “Built on Glass” is back up eighteen spots to No.69. Stevie Nicks’ “Crystal Visions: Very Best of” rises twenty-three spots to No.76 and AC/DC’s classic 1980 album “Back in Black” is up six to No.94, with the returning albums coming from Nickelback’s “Best of Vol.1” (#66), “Sugar” by Robin Schulz (#80), “Life Death Time Eternal” for Tuka (#84), Jimmy Barnes’ “Best of the Soul Years” (#95), “V” by Maroon 5 (#99) and “The Essential” for Billy Joel is back in #100.
This time last year we saw the compilation “We Love Disney” enter the charts and it eventually reach No.59 in late December, and this week the second edition enters at No.54, with acts such as Ne-Yo, Jessie J., Jason DeRulo, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande, Fall Out Boy, Tori Kelly and Jessie Ware amongst its thirteen Disney covers. Ten places lower at No.64 is the ninth studio album for Seal simply entitled “7”, and it becomes his eleventh album to chart in Australia (nine studios and two greatest hits).
Australian act Custard recently reformed and their first new material in sixteen years debuts at No.71 entitled “Come Back, All is Forgiven” which becomes their sixth overall entry (5 studios and 1 best of), whilst the compilation album “Get on with it Macca” is new at No.83, the final entry of the week at No.90 is “What's Inside: Songs from a Waitress” for Sara Barielles, her fifth studio album and third to chart here.
NEW CERTIFICATIONS: Singles; HELLO Adele ▲ 2 NEVER FORGET YOU Zara Larsson & MNEK ● OCEAN DRIVE Duke Dumont ● DESSERT Dawin ▲ WHIP IT! LunchMoney Lewis Feat. Chloe Angelides ▲ MAGNETS Disclosure Feat. Lorde ● PERFECT One Direction ● ALIVE Sia ● THIS AIN'T LOVE Jessica Mauboy ● HOOPS The Rubens ● THRILLER Michael Jackson ▲ 3
Albums; THE PERFECT CRIME Cold Chisel ●
Written, Researched and Compiled by Gavin Ryan.
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Coldplay - Adventure of a Lifetime Sia - Bird Set Free Sam Smith - Drowning Shadows Cyrus Villanueva - Knockin' on Heaven's Door [The X Factor] Marlisa Punzalan - Forever Young One Direction - History Jess & Matt - Stay [The X Factor] Louise Adams - You Don't Own Me [The X Factor]
ARIA CERTIFICATIONS: 16-Nov-2015 Singles; HELLO Adele ▲ 2 NEVER FORGET YOU Zara Larsson & MNEK ● OCEAN DRIVE Duke Dumont ● DESSERT Dawin ▲ WHIP IT! LunchMoney Lewis Feat. Chloe Angelides ▲ MAGNETS Disclosure Feat. Lorde ● PERFECT One Direction ● ALIVE Sia ● THIS AIN'T LOVE Jessica Mauboy ● HOOPS The Rubens ● THRILLER Michael Jackson ▲ 3
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#17 (Ten Tenors) is #1 in QLD this week (only state its charting in too)
4070+ #1 in every state
4390+ #1 streamed
Next 20 Tracks (Not mentioned above) 102 - Riptide - Vance Joy 104 * Makeshift Love - Good Charlotte 106 * Kamikaze - M0 109 - Let it Go - James Bay 112 * Better - BANKS 113 - Happy - Pharrell Williams 117 - Anchor (EP) - Birds of Tokyo 118 * How Will I Know - Sam Smith 119 * Be Together - Major Lazer feat Wild Belle 120 - Powerful - Major Lazer feat Ellie Goulding 126 * You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC 132 * Highway to Hell - AC/DC 135 * Set Fire to the Stars - Brittney Lee Saunders 137 * Go to Work - Tim Omaji (aka Timomatic) 139 * What a Feeling - One Direction
Next 20 Albums (not mentioned above) 101 - G.H. - Notorious B.I.G. 103 * Charcoal Lane (Ann.Ed.) - Archie Roach 105 - Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue - Van Morrison 109 - Lonerism - Tame Impala 110 * The Essential - James Taylor 111 - If You're Reading this... - Drake 113 - Marlon Williams - Marlon Williams 114 - Hot August Night - Neil Diamond 116 - Thriller - Michael Jackson 117 - Born in the USA - Bruce Springsteen 118 - Nothing Touches Me - British India 120 - The Positions - Gang of Youths 127 * Live - AC/DC
Such a shame about Alessia but hopefully it can re-enter again. Also surprised Wings is still charting because it feels like it stopped existing about two months ago Also I second crazy on Tinashe charting! It's great that Player finally made it in this week Also lolol at Flashlight #101, thank you Broken Arrows for actually debuting this week! Kamikaze so close to the top 100 again is sad, hope it can get another chance to make it in
1. Hello 2. Sorry 3. Love Yourself 4. Never Forget You 5. The Trouble With Us 6. The Hills 7. Stitches 8. Downtown 9. Ocean Drive 10. Hotline Bling 11. What Do You Mean 12. Black & Blue 13. Sugar 14. On My Mind 15. Dessert 16. Perfect 17. Whip It! 18. Lay It All On Me 19. Focus 20. Stand By You 20. Bang My Head
1. Justin Bieber 2. One Direction 3. Elvis Presley 4. Ed Sheeran 5. Taylor Swift 6. Michael Buble 7. Ellie Goulding 8. Kerser 9. Triple J 10. Sam Smith
1. Hello 2. Sorry 3. Love Yourself 4. Never Forget You 5. The Trouble With Us 6. Stitches 7. What Do You Mean? 8. The Hills 9. Downtown 10. Black & Blue
11. Ocean Drive 12. Hotline Bling 13. On My Mind 14. Perfect 15. Dessert 16. You're The One That I Want (X Factor Performance) 17. Sugar 18. Whip It! 19. Lay It All On Me 20. Shine On
1. Purpose 2. Made In The A.M. 3. If I Can Dream: Elvis With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4. Next Step 5. X 6. Christmas 7. Kylie Christmas 8. All I Know EP 9. In The Lonely Hour 10. 1989 Last edited:
1. Adele - Hello 2. Justin Bieber - Sorry 3. Justin Bieber - Love Yourself 4. Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You 5. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us 6. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown 7. The Weeknd - The Hills 8. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive 9. Shawn Mendes - Stitches 10. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean? 11. Drake - Hotline Bling 12. One Direction - Perfect 13. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind 14. Guy Sebastian - Black & Blue 15. Robin Schulz - Sugar 16. LunchMoney Lewis - Whip It! 17. Dawin - Dessert 18. Justin Bieber - I'll Show You 19. Rudimental - Lay It All On Me 20. Disclosure - Magnets
1. Justin Bieber - Purpose 2. One Direction - Made In The A.M. 3. Elvis Presley - If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 4. Kerser - Next Step 5. Ed Sheeran - x 6. Michael Buble - Christmas 7. Taylor Swift - 1989 8. The Weeknd - Beauty Behind The Madness 9. Ellie Goulding - Delirium 10. Various Artists - triple j's Like A Version 11
1. Adele - Hello 2. Justin Bieber - Sorry 3. Justin Bieber - Love Yourself 4. Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You 5. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us 6. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown 7. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive 8. The Weeknd - The Hills 9. Shawn Mendes - Stitches 10. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean? 11. Drake - Hotline Bling 12. Guy Sebastian - Black & Blue 13. One Direction - Perfect 14. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind 15. Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates - Sugar 16. Dawin - Dessert 17. LunchMoney Lewis feat. Chloe Angelides - Whip It! 18. Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran - Lay It All On Me 19. Justin Bieber - I'll Show You 20. Ariana Grande - Focus
1. Hello - Adele 2. Sorry - Justin Bieber 3. Love Yourself - Justin Bieber 4. Never Forget You - Zara Larsson & MNEK 5. The Trouble With Us - Marcus Marr & Chet Faker 6. The Hills - The Weeknd 7. Downtown - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz 8. Ocean Drive - Duke Dumont 9. What Do You Mean? - Justin Bieber 10. Dessert - Dawin 11. Hotline Bling - Drake 12. Stitches - Shawn Mendes 13. On My Mind - Ellie Goulding 14. Sugar - Robin Schulz featuring Francesco Yates 15. Perfect - One Direction 16. Black & Blue - Guy Sebastian 17. Whip It! - LunchMoney Lewis featuring Chloe Angelides 18. Lay It All On Me - Rudimental featuring Ed Sheeran 19. I'll Show You - Justin Bieber 20. Magnets - Disclosure featuring Lorde
Singles 1. Adele - Hello 2. Justin Bieber - Sorry 3. Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You 4. Justin Bieber - Love Yourself 5. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us 6. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive 7. The Weeknd - The Hills 8. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown 9. Shawn Mendes - Stitches 10. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean? 11. Drake - Hotline Bling 12. One Direction - Perfect 13. Guy Sebastian - Black & Blue 14. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind 15. LunchMoney Lewis feat. Chloe Angelides - Whip It! 16. Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates - Sugar 17. Dawin - Dessert 18. Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran - Lay It All On Me 19. The Amity Affliction - Shine On 20. Ariana Grande - Focus
Albums 1. Justin Bieber - Purpose 2. One Direction - Made In The A.M. 3. Kylie Minogue - Kylie Christmas 4. Kerser - Next Step 5. Elvis Presley - If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 6. Ed Sheeran - x 7. Jeff Lynne's E.L.O. - Alone In The Universe 8. Michael Buble - Christmas 9. Taylor Swift - 1989 10. The Weeknd - Beauty Behind The Madness
1. Justin Bieber - Sorry 2. Adele - Hello 3. Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You 4. Justin Bieber - Love Yourself 5. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive 6. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us 7. The Weeknd - The Hills 8. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown 9. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean? 10. Drake - Hotline Bling 11. Shawn Mendes - Stitches 12. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind 13. One Direction - Perfect 14. Guy Sebastian - Black & Blue 15. Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates - Sugar 16. LunchMoney Lewis feat. Chloe Angelides - Whip It! 17. The Amity Affliction - Shine On 18. Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran - Lay It All On Me 19. Dawin - Dessert 20. Ariana Grande - Focus Last edited:
1. Hello 2. Sorry 3. Love Yourself 4. Never Forget You 5. The Trouble With Us 6. Ocean Drive 7. The Hills 8. Downtown 9. Stitches 10. What Do You Mean 11. Hotline Bling 12. Perfect 13. On My Mind 14. Black & Blue 15. Whip it 16. Dessert 17. Sugar 18. Lay It All On Me 19. I'll Show You 20. History