For only the second time this year an act occupies both the singles and albums No.1 spots this week, and that honor goes to Canadian rapper Drake, whose fourth album “Views” lands at the top, plus his new albums second single “One Dance” jumps up four places to take the summit on the ARIA Singles Chart this week.
“One Dance” (#2 DL/#1 Str) is the 1052nd No.1 single in Australia (1940 to 2016) and the 487th for ARIA (1983 to 2016), plus the first for the Republic record label through Universal and the track which is spending its fourth week at the top of the UK Singles chart claims a Gold (●) in sales here, and gives Drake his first ever chart-topping song in Australia, as his previous highest charting song was his new albums first release “Hotline Bling” (TW-69), which peaked at No.2 back in late October of 2015.
With Drake holding the tops of both charts this week, he becomes the 124th dual #1 spot holder in this country (since 1965) and the second this year after Lukas Graham and their “7 Years” track and self-titled album held the tops of both charts on the 11th of April. This is the sixth time that the word ‘Dance’ has appeared at the top in Australia, the last was the first No.1 for Lady Gaga, “Just Dance” (1 wk on 15th Sept, 2008), and the eleventh with a ‘One’ in the title, whilst the last animal we had stationed at the top of the ARIA Singles chart (a Drake is a male duck) was back in early April of 2015 when Major Lazer teamed up with DJ Snake for “Lean on”.
Drake becomes the seventh Canadian Solo Male artist to make it to No.1 here in Australia and also the fourteenth Canadian to achieve a chart-topping single here, plus his song “One Dance” is also the 22nd song performed by an act from Canada to hit the top, the last act from Canada at No.1 being Justin Bieber in September and again in late December 2015 through to the end of January 2016 with “Love Yourself”.
Drake might have the overall No.1 single this week, but the new No.1 digital track lands at No.2 (it’s lower on streaming) and is the second teaming for Calvin Harris and Rihanna entitled “This is What You Came for” (#1 DL/#9 Str), after their first effort “We Found Love”, which debuted at No.3 in the first week of October 2011 and then climbed and stayed at No.2 for five straight weeks, plus this new song also debuts at No.2 in England this week.
Gnash and Olivia O’Brien are down one place again this week with “I Hate U, I Love U” (#4 DL/#13 Str) to No.3, whilst last weeks No.1 song for Pink in “Just Like Fire” (#3 DL/#16 Str) drops three places to No.4, but the film that its taken from “Alice Through the Looking Glass” opens in cinemas around the world at the end of May, so the song could climb back once the film is released. Also this becomes the fourth (of eight) No.1 songs for Pink that have only last a single week, her other ones were “Most Girls” (2-Oct-2000), “Raise Your Glass” (18-Oct-2010) and “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” (16-July-2012).
Down one spot to No.5 this week are The Chainsmokers with Daya and “Don’t Let Me Down” (#6 DL/#2 Str), which picks up a ▲Platinum sales certification and with his album just released (as of Friday) Mike Posner and “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” (#8 DL/#5 Str) are back up two places to No.6, whilst last weeks No.7 entry of “Say it” (#9 DL/#4 Str) for Flume holds steady this week. “Be the One” (#5 DL/#23 Str) for Dua Lipa peaked at No.6 last week, but it drops back two to No.8 this week and swapping places this week are last weeks #9 and #10, with “Work from Home” (#13 DL/#3 Str) for Fifth Harmony back up one to No.9 and “7 Years” (#11 DL/#7 Str) for Lukas Graham down a spot to No.10.
UP: Alan Walker and his track “Faded” (#16 DL/#6 Str) is back up to No.11 after falling out of the Top 10 last week, and the track is now 2x▲Platinum in sales, whilst jumping up seven to No.12 are Galantis and “No Money” (D14 DL/#11 Str). The current No.1 in Austria (1st wk), Germany (2nd wk) and Ireland (5th wk) is this weeks No.13, “Cheap Thrills” (#21 DL/#10 Str) for Sia which is back up one spot and current visitors to our shoes twenty one pilots climb back up two to No.14 with “Stressed Out” (#17 DL/#25 Str). Jumping into the Top 20 this week is the current US No.1 single for Desiigner and “Panda” (#22 DL/#8 Str) which here is up eighteen spots to a new peak of No.16 and right behind is Beyonce with “Formation” (#7 DL) which jumps seven spots to land at No.17, whilst “Secret Love Song” (#15 DL/#40 Str) for Little Mix and Jason DeRulo climbs two spots to score a new chart height of No.18. “Dangerous Woman” (HP-18, #31 DL/#17 Str) for Ariana Grande is back up two places to No.24 and now Gold (●) in sales, and a second Beyonce song enters the Top 50 this week. “Hold Up” (#12 DL), which leaps twenty-six spots to No.25 and Luke Christopher sees his first chart entry “Lot to Learn” (#23 DL/#33 Str) move up six places to a new peak of No.26. Also scoring Gold (●) is Alessia Cara and her second chart entry “Wild Things” (HP-25, #18 Str), which is back up four to No.29. The Adele ‘Live in New York’ TV special screened on Channel 9 early in the week helps her former No.1 “Hello” (which opened the show, #25 DL) to leap back up twenty-nine spots this week to No.36 (she has three songs re-enter in the lower fifty too) plus the judges on ‘The Voice’ sung it to open the show last Sunday night. Returning for its second week within the Top 50 is the Joe Jonas led group DNCE and “Cake by the Ocean” which jumps up sixteen places to land a new peak at No.37, and right behind them is one of last weeks Top 50 debuts, “Home” (#28 DL) for Topic and Nico Santos, which climbs eleven places to No.38. Two more of last weeks lower fifty debuts jump into the Top 50 this week, with “Do it Right” (#35 DL) for Anne-Marie up twenty-six places to land at No.47 and Kungs with “This Girl” (#36 DL) jumps twenty-two spots to make it to No.48, and thanks to The Voice coming back to our screens this week, the Madden Brothers penned (and show sung) track for 5 Seconds of Summer and “Amnesia” (#24 DL, HP-7, peaked June 2014) returns to the chart at No.49.
DOWN: The only Top 10 dropout this week is last weeks highest entry, the Prince track “Purple Rain” (HP-3, #26 DL), which this week falls down fifty places to No.53 and is one of only two tracks within the Top 100 for the purple-one this week, as his #11 return of “When Doves Cry” from last week is down sixty places to No.71. “1955” (#20 DL/#15 Str) for The Hilltop Hoods is down a few places to No.19 but is now 2x▲Platinum in sales and falling five to No.20 is Meghan Trainor’s “No” (#19 DL/#22 Str), which is now recertified ▲Platinum in sales. Flume and his former No.1 “Never Be Like You” (#30 DL/#12 Str) leaves the Top 20 for the first time in its sixteen weeks on the chart, down four to No.22 and with a heap of songs rebounding after last weeks Prince inundation, the next worthy drop to mention is for Broods and “Free” (#40 DL) which is down five to No.40.
There are two further Top 50 debuts this week, the first is new at No.42, “My Boo” (#27 DL) by Ghost Town DJ’s, a twenty year old track which is selling due to a current internet trend called the ‘Running Man Challenge’, this song being the soundtrack for the challenge. The song originally made it to No.3 (for two weeks) in August 1996 in New Zealand and No.31 in the USA (also in 1996) but didn’t chart here until now. And new at No.50 is the first taste from the forthcoming tenth studio album for Blink 182 entitled ‘California’ (due July 1st), the song “Bored to Death” (#39 DL) debuts on half-a-weeks sales and becomes the bands first chart entry since the late July 2011 track “Up All Night” (HP-30) and this becomes the bands seventeenth Top 100 entry and thirteenth 50 placing since they first charted in late May back in 1996 (almost twenty years).
Lower 50: With the high debut for the new Calvin and Rihanna track, her three other entries also climb this week, with “Kiss it Better” (HP-48, #38 DL) back up twenty-three places to No.51 and her latest single “Needed Me” is up fourteen spots to a new peak of No.61, whilst “Work” (#21 Str) climbs back up six to No.32. “Hair” for Little Mix climbs two places to a new peak of No.58 and the Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar teaming “Freedom” (#33 DL) rises five places to land at a new chart height of No.62, and her “Sorry” is up four to a new peak of No.74.
The first track from the new Drake album “Views” was “Hotline Bling” (HP-2), which returns at No.69 this week, whilst the albums third release “Pop Style” is back up six to No.93. But Adele has three returning tracks this week thanks to her ‘Live in New York’ TV special screened earlier in the week, with “When We Were Young” (HP-13) returning at No.70, “Rolling in the Deep” (HP-3) at No.83 and “Someone Like You” (HP-1) back in at No.92. Further returning tracks include “Let it Go” for James Bay at No.72, thanks to it being sung on ‘The Voice: Blinds’ this week; “Low Life” for Future and The Weeknd returns at a new peak of No.96, and ZHU, Skrillex and THEY with “Working for it” is back in at No.99 and The Weeknd re-appears again at #100 with “The Hills”. AlunaGeorge also scores a new peak of No.84 this week (up three) with “I Remember” and stable at No.95 this week is the longest charting song, again going to Ed Sheeran and “Thinking of You” at 87 weeks within the Top 100.
The title track from Zedd’s 2015 album “True Colors” debuts at No.76 this week with vocals from Kesha, which becomes his seventh Top 100 entry and third from the album, and one place lower at No.77 is the second entry for Odd Mob entitled “Into You” featuring vocals from Starley, with the dance acts first entry being “Is it a Banger” (HP-78, entered Nov 2014, peaked Jan 2015).
After a few days on sale, the first taste from the forthcoming untitled Radiohead album debuts at No.81 entitled “Burn the Witch”, which becomes the thirteenth Top 100 entry for the UK act and first singles chart entry since the December 2003 single “2+2=5” debuted and peaked at No.54. Also scoring the first single from a new album is Florida Georgia Line who’s third album “Dig Your Roots” is due soon (no date known yet) and the song “H.O.L.Y.” comes in at No.94 and becomes the bands first singles chart entry here. The final new entry at No.98 is “Sex” for three piece LA tropical house act Cheat Codes who’ve teamed with six-piece Dutch act Kris Kross Amsterdam for a modern-day reworking of the 1992 No.1 single for Salt-N-Pepa “Let’s Talk About Sex” (26-Jan, 1992 for four weeks), taking the chorus and adding tropical house sounds and vocalizer (vocal synthesizer) melody for their interpolation.
For the twelfth week this year we have a new album debuting at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart, and this is the fourth studio album and first No.1 for Drake with “Views” taking out the top spot here this week.
“Views” becomes the 765th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2015) and the 616th for ARIA (1983 to 2016), plus the 411th to debut at No.1 and the sixteenth No.1 album of 2016 with it also becoming the second No.1 for the Republic record label, the first one being The Weeknd album “Beauty Behind the Madness” (7th Sept, 2015), and lastly this is the first time that the word ‘View(s)’ has appeared in a No.1 album title.
The album “Views” also debuted at the top in England this week and it becomes the fourth Top 10 album here for Drake, as he has previously appeared at this end of the chart with “Nothing Was the Same” (LP#3, HP-2, 30-Sept, 2013), after which his two mix tapes in “If You’re Reading This it’s Too Late” (HP-2, late Feb 2015) and his teaming with Future on “What a Time to be Alive” (HP-4, late Sept 2015) charted, whilst his first two albums also charted here, “Thank Me Later” (LP#1, HP-81, late June 2010) and “Take Care” (LP#2, HP-15, late Nov, 2011).
Drake’s album becomes the 27th by a Canadian artist to land at No.1 (“Purpose” for Justin Bieber was the last on 23rd Nov, 2015) and he is the eleventh Canadian artist to score a No.1 album in Australia. “Views” is also the 212th by a Solo Male artist to land at No.1 and Drake becomes the fifth Canadian Solo Male artist to reach the album summit, plus as I mentioned in the Singles Chartifacts, this is also the 124th time that an act has topped both the singles and albums chart in the same week, the last Canadian act to this was Celine Dion from late February in 1998 with her ‘Titanic’ theme tune “My Heart Will Go on” alongside the soundtrack from the film for three weeks.
Last weeks No.1 debut for Beyonce in her “Lemonade” album drops a place to No.2 this week, and is the only album to be certified within the Top 100 this week, achieving Gold (●) in its second week of release. Adele and her “25” album rebound five places to No.3 thanks in part to the Channel 9 TV special ‘Live in New York’ screened earlier in the week (plus Mother’s Day this weekend), and after entering at No.3 last week Dami Im is down one spot to No.4 with her covers album “Classic Carpenters”.
Three weeks ago Marina Prior and Mark Vincent debuted at No.8 with their album “Together”, which this week rebounds seven places to score a new peak of No.5 becoming Mark’s third Top 5 album. Only five of last weeks fourteen album re-entries for Prince are within the Top 100 this week, and of the four that returned to the Top 10 last week only one stays within the ten, and that is “The Very Best of Prince”, which drops four to No.6.
On hold at No.7 is the recent No.1 returnee “Immortalized” by Disturbed after which are two further Top 10 debuts, coming in at No.8 is the sixth solo album for Rob Zombie entitled “The Electric Warlock Acid with Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser” and by entering within the ten it becomes his first Top 10 album here from his seven entries (six studio and one best of). And also scoring their first Top 10 album too are Sixx:A.M. with their fourth set “Prayers for the Damned, Vol.1” (Vol.2 out later this year), which comes in at No.9 and becomes the third chart entry here after “This is Gonna Hurt” (LP#2, HP-53, May 2011) and “Modern Vintage” (LP#3, HP-31, Oct 2014). Finally climbing up two places to a new peak of No.10 is Josh Groban and “Stages (Live)”, which becomes his third Top 10 album here.
UP: The Adele TV special ‘Live from New York’ helps her first two albums to rebound and return this week, with her second set “21” jumping fifty-four spots to No.12 and her first album “19” returns to the Top 100 at No.41. Violent Soho and the “WACO” album benefit from a now sold-out national tour starting next week in Brisbane, thus their album jumps twenty-one to No.24, and recent tourists Iron Maiden see their 2015 set “The Book of Souls” climb seven to No.27 this week. Charlie Puth and his debut album “Nine Track Mind” is back up fifteen to No.29 and some mums will be getting either Andre Rieu with “Magic of the Waltz” up eight to a new peak of No.34 or “Cinema” from Andrea Bocelli, re-packaged with a bonus live DVD and the new set returns to the Top 100 at No.38, or the best of Patrizio Buanne in “Bravo Patrizio” jumping twenty-three to a new peak of No.45, whilst back into the hundred at a new peak of No.46 is the latest collection for Bette Midler in “A Gift of Love” at No.46. Also climbing is Coldplay with “A Head Full of Dreams” (47 to 36), “Anti” by Rihanna (56 to 42) and “In the Lonely Hour” for Sam Smith (64 to 47).
DOWN: After one week back in the Top 10, three of the four Prince albums drop out of the ten this week, with “The Hits/The B-Sides” (HP-4, WI10-4a, 4 to 14), “Ultimate” (HP-6, WI10-1, 6 to 21) and “Purple Rain” (HP-1x1, WI10-12a, 5 to 22) all tumbling down; with the two others drops from the ten being Ed Sheeran with “x” (HP-1x7, WI10-85) and the other Top 10 debut from last week, Paul Kelly with “Seven Sonnets and a Song” (9 to 25). “1989” for Taylor Swift is down nine to No.28 and “Purpose” for Justin Bieber drops twelve to No.30. “Title” for Meghan Trainor falls nine to No.32 and “Get Weird” by Little Mix drops eight to No.35. The “Essential Michael Jackson” collection falls twenty-two places to No.43 and falling into the lower fifty are Halsey (30 to 52), Very Best of Fleetwood Mac (31 to 56), Santana (48 to 64), PJ Harvey (29 to 66), Deftones (43 to 69), Ed Sheeran and his first album “+” (37 to 70), The Lumineers (49 to 73), Prince “Hits 1” (40 to 75), John Williamson (32 to 83), A$AP Ferg (16 to 86) and Lee Kernaghan (41 to 96), whilst leaving the Top 100 from last weeks fifty are Camp Code (#36), Melbourne Ska Orchestra (#38) and four Prince albums from #20, #22, #25 and #46.
Making his seventh albums chart appearance since his first back in 1989 is local artist Graeme Connors and his latest best of set “60 Summers”, which debuts at No.11 and it becomes his highest charting album of his career and his seventh overall chart entry (5 studios and two best of sets). Another local act in Tasmania’s four-piece punk-rock band Luca Brasi (also a character from ‘The Godfather’) see their third studio album “If This is all We’re Going to Be” becoming their first chart entry by debuting at No.18 this week.
There are three more local acts debuting within the Top 50 this week (and one US artist), with Melbourne act King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard whose eighth studio album “Nonagon Infinity” comes in at No.19, becoming the bands third albums chart entry and highest charting ever after “I’m in Your Mind” (LP#5, HP-85, 17th Nov, 2014) and then “Paper Mache Dream Balloon (LP#7, HP-89, 23rd Nov, 2015). Melbourne artist Olympia sees her debut set “Self Talk” come in at No.26 and she will be touring the country from the 26th of May, and “The Ultimate Collection” for Richard Marx comes in at No.37, spurred by tickets going on sale for his early June national tour, and the final Top 50 entry is the second album and first entry for local Hunter Valley singer Melody Pool and her set “Deep Dark Savage Heart” comes in at No.49 ahead of her tour from May 13th.
Lower 50: Season five of ‘The Voice’ kicked off last weekend, and new judge Ronan Keating sees his recent album “Time of My Life” (HP-6) return at No.53 this week, whilst Bethel Music are back in at No.54 with “Have it All (Live)”. “Chaos and the Calm” for James Bay is back up sixteen to No.57 and returning at No.59 are Rudimental with their second album “We the Generation”, with further returns coming for Elvis Presley (#77), Hillsong Young & Free (#81), Hozier (#84), Celtic Thunder (#85), Samantha Jade (#89), Greta Bradman (#92), The Jezabels (#94), Like a Version Vol.11 (#95), Bon Jovi (#97), The Wiggles (#98), Human Nature (#99) and Halfway (#100).
There are two more albums debuting in the lower fifty this week, with US (Florida) thrash metal act Tremonti taking their third album “Dust” in at No.58, becoming the bands first albums chart entry here. And finally the fifth album for local singer/songwriter Amber Lawrence debuts at No.88 entitled “The Kids Gone Country”, becoming her third albums chart entry after “3” (LP#3, HP-41, Jan 2012) and “Superheroes” (LP#4, HP-43, Sept 2014).
The Electric Warlock Acid with Satinic Orgy Celebration Dispenser
Prayers for the Damned
If This is all We're Going to Be
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
The Ultimate Collection
Deep Dark Savage Heart
The Kids Gone Country
NEW CERTIFICATIONS: Singles; ONE DANCE Drake Feat. Wizkid & Kyla ● DON'T LET ME DOWN The Chainsmokers Feat. Daya ▲ FADED Alan Walker ▲ 2 CHEAP THRILLS Sia ▲ 2 1955 Hilltop Hoods Feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum ▲ 2 NO Meghan Trainor ▲ DANGEROUS WOMAN Ariana Grande ● WILD THINGS Alessia Cara ●
Album; LEMONADE Beyonce ●
Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.
Visit ARIA’s website for full chart information: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/ (updated after 6pm on Saturday) Produced with the co-operation of ARIA Last edited:
I'm actually really happy this isn't #1, because One Dance is far more worthy (and makes up for Hotline Bling not being a #1). I know me of 4 years ago would be jumping with joy that Calvin could debut at #1 on the singles chart, but this track isn't that great so doesn't deserve to debut at #1. It's growing, though
Also, Drake is hindering Rihanna's career!1!!!1!!!!
Singles; ONE DANCE Drake Feat. Wizkid & Kyla ● DON'T LET ME DOWN The Chainsmokers Feat. Daya ▲ FADED Alan Walker ▲ 2 CHEAP THRILLS Sia ▲ 2 1955 Hilltop Hoods Feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum ▲ 2 NO Meghan Trainor ▲ DANGEROUS WOMAN Ariana Grande ● WILD THINGS Alessia Cara ●
Wow totally surprised by Drake hitting #1, as I thought Calvin & Rihanna were going to get it. So nice to be surprised these days by the charts.
Wow to all the Prince drop outs. I expected at least Rain and Doves to survive a 2nd week. Really puts into perspective the achievement MJ's tracks had on the charts back when he passed away. Although I guess he had the advantage that his death was dragged out by the media for a longer time.
It will be interesting to see how One Dance goes from here. It's not the first time a song's gotten to #1 without being the #1 seller, but Love Me Like You Do DID get there in the end, One Dance will struggle at this rate to do the same.
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I've just spent a while checking and I may be wrong, but going as far back as 1988, Drake is the first artist to achieve their first #1 single and #1 album both in the same week Though they aren't sentient, the soundtracks to "Cocktail" & "Coyote Ugly" both hit #1 the same weeks as "Kokomo" & "Can't Fight The Moonlight"
Actually doing it this week after not getting around to it the past few weeks!
1. One Dance - Drake featuring Wizkid & Kyla 2. This Is What You Came For - Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna 3. Dear Life - Delta Goodrem 4. CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! - Justin Timberlake 5. i hate u, i love u - gnash featuring Olivia O'Brien 6. Don't Let Me Down - The Chainsmokers featuring Daya 7. Say It - Flume featuring Tove Lo 8. Just Like Fire - P!nk 9. Be The One - Dua Lipa 10. I Took A Pill In Ibiza (SeeB Remix) - Mike Posner 11. No Money - Galantis 12. 7 Years - Lukas Graham 13. Panda - Desiigner 14. Faded - Alan Walker 15. Work From Home - Fifth Harmony featuring Ty Dolla $ign 16. Home - Topic featuring Nico Santos 17. Cheap Thrills - Sia 18. Stressed Out - Twenty One Pilots 19. Secret Love Song - Little Mix featuring Jason Derulo 20. The Sound Of Silence - Disturbed
1. Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla - One Dance 2. Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna - This Is What You Came For 3. Justin Timberlake - CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! 4. Delta Goodrem - Dear Life 5. The Chainsmokers feat. Daya - Don't Let Me Down 6. gnash feat. olivia o'brien - i hate u, i love u 7. P!nk - Just Like Fire 8. Flume feat. Tove Lo - Say It 9. Galantis - No Money 10. Mike Posner - I Took A Pill In Ibiza [Seeb Remix] 11. Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign - Work From Home 12. Dua Lipa - Be The One 13. Desiigner - Panda 14. Alan Walker - Faded 15. Lukas Graham - 7 Years 16. Sia - Cheap Thrills 17. Little Mix feat. Jason Derulo - Secret Love Song 18. twenty one pilots - Stressed Out 19. DNCE - Cake By The Ocean 20. Tinie Tempah feat. Zara Larsson - Girls Like
1. Drake - One Dance 2. Calvin Harris - This Is What You Came For 3. Justin Timberlake - CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! 4. Delta Goodrem - Dear Life 5. gnash - i hate u, i love u 6. The Chainsmokers - Don't Let Me Down 7. P!nk - Just Like Fire 8. Flume - Say It 9. Galantis - No Money 10. Dua Lipa - Be The One 11. Mike Posner - I Took A Pill In Ibiza 12. Fifth Harmony - Work From Home 13. Desiigner - Panda 14. Alan Walker - Faded 15. u know who 16. LittleMix - Secret Love Song 17. Sia - Cheap Thrills 18. twenty one pilots - Stressed Out 19. Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence 20. Hilltop Hoods - 1955
1. Keith Urban - Ripcord 2. Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool 3. Beyonce - Lemonade 4. Drake - Views 5. Adele - 25 6. Kate Ceberano - Anthology 7. Dami Im - Classic Carpenters 8. Prince - The Very Best Of Price 9. Marina Prior & Mark Vincent - Together 10. Prince - The Hits / The B-Sides
1. ONE DANCE 2. THIS IS WHAT YOU CAME FOR 3. DEAR LIFE 4. CAN'T STOP THE FEELING 5. I HATE U I LOVE U 6. JUST LIKE FIRE 7. DON'T LET ME DOWN 8. SAY IT 9. BE THE ONE 10. NO MONEY 11. I TOOK A PILL IN IBIZA 12. PANDA 13. WORK FROM HOME 14. FADED 15. 7 YEARS 16. SECRET LOVE SONG 17. CHEAP THRILLS 18. SOUND OF SILENCE 19. STRESSED OUT 20. GIRLS LIKE
Singles 1. Drake - One Dance 2. Calvin Harris - This Is What You Came For 3. Delta Goodrem - Dear Life 4. The Chainsmokers - Don't Let Me Down 5. Justin Timberlake - CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! 6. P!nk - Just Like Fire 7. gnash - i hate u, i love u 8. Flume - Say It 9. Mike Posner - I Took A Pill In Ibiza 10. Galantis - No Money 11. Dua Lipa - Be The One 12. Desiigner - Panda 13. Fifth Harmony - Work From Home 14. Alan Walker - Faded 15. Sia - Cheap Thrills 16. Lukas Graham - 7 Years 17. Little Mix - Secret Love Song 18. twenty one pilots - Stressed Out 19. Topic - Home 20. Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence
Albums 1. Keith Urban - Ripcord 2. Radiohead - A Moon Shaped Pool 3. Beyonce - Lemonade 4. Drake - Views 5. Kate Ceberano - Anthology 6. Dami Im - Classic Carpenters 7. Adele - 25 8. Prince - The Very Best Of Price 9. Skepta - Konnichiwa 10. Kaytranada - 99.9%