Tones and I this week equals the all-time longest running No.1 (pre-ARIA info) with her track "Dance Monkey", as it swings atop the ARIA Singles Chart for a 23rd week in total, plus it's the second biggest single in sales for 2019 too.
"Dance Monkey" and it's 23 weeks at No.1 in Australia now equals the only other previous song to achieve this feat in 1943's "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby (5 months at the top = 23 weeks at No.1), to not only become the longest running No.1 for ARIA, an Australian act and a Female artist, but now also the equal longest No.1 in Australian Chart History (1940 to 2019), even though the methodology is totally different from 1943 to nowadays, its still a goal that no one else since Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" came close to even fulfilling.
"Dance Monkey" could poll very high in the Triple J Hottest 100 for 2019 in the next few weeks time, and that could keep her at the top until the start of February 2020 chart (their countdown will effect the 3rd of Feb, 2020 chart), plus the song is also at No.1 overseas in Switzerland (17th week, now the second longest run overseas for the song, beating the 16 weeks achieved in Norway), Belgium (16 weeks), The Netherlands (15 weeks), Austria (14 weeks), New Zealand (11th week), Portugal (9th week), Bulgaria (8 weeks) and it returns to the top in Canada for a sixth week. It also sits at No.2 in Norway, France and Sweden and climbs to a new peak of No.7 in America this week.
The battle for the No.1 song of 2019 was between two long running chart-sitters in "Dance Monkey" for Tones and I and "Old Town Road" for Lil' Nas X, which only sat atop for 13 weeks, but had such a long chart run afterwards that it was the No.1 song for 2019, while it also spent 27 weeks within the Top 10 during 2019, something which Tones and I achieves this week, as "Dance Monkey" and its 23 weeks along with four further weeks within the Top 10 means she too has now spent 27 weeks in the ten, and will definitely surpass that figure next week. "Dance Monkey" was not only the #2 song of 2019, but the No.1 Australian Artists Single, #1 Streamed track and No.1 Digital seller too.
Holding for a fourth broken week at No.2 is the Dua Lipa track "Don't Start Now", while the new No.1 song in Germany in The Weeknd track "Blinding Lights" is here up four places to a new peak of No.3, becoming his fifth Top 3 single in Australia and his first since "Call Out My Name" (HP-3, peaked upon debut in April of 2018). This jump for The Weeknd pushes down the track "Roxanne" for Arizona Zervas by one place to No.4, while the returning U.S. No.1 single (third overall week there) is here stable at No.5 in "Circles" for Post Malone (#20 for 2019), followed by a two place drop to No.6 for the Maroon 5 song "Memories" (#51 for 2019) and a one place dip to No.7 for "Ride it" for Regard (#49 for 2019).
Justin Bieber scores the highest new entry of the week as his first new solo material since 2017's "Friends" (HP-2, late August 2017) debuts at No.8 this week called "Yummy". Overall this becomes his 18th Top 10 single in Australia since his first in April of 2010 ("Baby" HP-3) and this new track has also landed first week within the Top 10 in New Zealand (#2), Norway (#3), UK (#5), Sweden (#6), The Netherlands (#7) and matching us at No.8 is Ireland. Tones and I sees her second Top 10 entry for the week in "Never Seen the Rain" down one spot to No.9 (#39 for 2019) and Harry Styles' "Adore You" track is stable at No.10 and is newly Gold (●) in sales, one of two certifications for him this week.
UP: * Lewis Capaldi has all three of his singles within the Top 100 this week, with the current seven week running Irish No.1 song "Before You Go" jumping up here six places to land at a new peak of No.12, while his first entry "Someone You Loved" is stable at No.17 (in its 43rd week in the chart, #5 for 2019) and his second entry "Bruises" (HP-76) returns to the chart at No.81. * Trevor Daniel jumped to No.13 last week with his track "Falling", which holds that peak this week. * Camila Cabello has three songs within the Top 30 this week, one of which is a riser in "My Oh My" featuring DaBaby, up six places to new peak of No.19. * Selena Gomez issued her new album "Rare" on Friday, and the former Top 10 track from the album in "Lose You to Love Me" is back up a couple of spots to No.26. * Benee's debut from last week in "Glitter" is sitting at No.4 in her home country of N.Z., while here it rises three spots to a new peak of No.31. * Two further 1D members who rise this week are Zayn with SHAED on "Trampoline" (35 to No.32) and Niall Horan re-enters at No.95 with "Nice to Meet Ya" (HP-59). * Last years one-week entry for the Brockhampton track "Sugar" saw it return to the chart last week at No.92, and this week it surges up a massive fifty-five places to a new peak of No.37, becoming the bands first Top 50 placing in Australia and it's thanks to the recent headlining on the FOMO Festival around the country. * With their hook of "people-on-the-people-on-the-..." track called "Purple Hat", Sofi Tukker this week climb up six places to a new peak of No.44. * The Chainsmokers with Amy Shark climb nine places to a new peak of No.47 with their collaboration called "The Reaper", becoming the fourth Top 50 (of five entries) from their latest album "World War Joy", which jumps into the albums Top 20 this week. * The most recent entry for Khalid and "Up All Night" (HP-35) rises back up five spots to No.48. * Noah Cyrus' track "July" rebounded last week to No.58 after previously peaking at No.55, but this week it climbs seven places to land at a new peak of No.51. * The lowest of last weeks entries was The Rubens song "Live in Life", which this week jumps up a massive thirty-seven spots to land at a new chart height of No.59. * Drax Project's second entry "Catching Feeling" with current N.Z. No.1 LP holders Six60 peaked at No.43 last year and returned after the Xmas exodus last week, while this week the song jumps up eighteen places to No.60. * Rapper DaBaby not only climbs on the Camila Cabello track and into the Top 20, but his solo entry "Bop" jumps up eleven places to land at a new peak of No.63. * The Martin Garrix and Dean Lewis song "Used to Love" (HP-46) also returned to the chart last week at No.84, and this week is bullets back up twenty places to No.64, while his former No.1 and the 27th biggest song of 2019 in "Be Alright" is back up four places to No.69. * There are three new entries and four returning tracks this week, and the other two re-entries are "AYY Macarena" for Tyga (HP-62) at No.76 and the Billie Eilish song "Ocean Eyes" at #100. * Lauv dropped to No.97 last week with his song "Mean it", which this week rebounds nineteen spots to No.78.
DOWN: * After returning to the Top 10 last week the Lizzo song "Good as Hell" (HP-6, WI10-8a) is back down two places to No.11 (#48 for 2019), while she is currently touring the country at the moment and her second entry "Truth Hurts" is down twelve places to No.53 (#31 for 2019). * MeduZa looked set for a second Top 10 single this week, but alas "Lose Control" is back down three places to No.14, while the No.1 'Dance Track' of 2019 in "Piece of Your Heart" is down seven places to No.39 (#16 for 2019). * Billie Eilish and her single "Bad Guy" was the third biggest track of 2019, and this week the song is down four places to No.16, while she also declines with "When the Party's Over" (71 to No.74, #29 for 2019), "Lovely" (82 to No.86, #47 for 2019) and the aforementioned re-entry at #100. * Travis Scott got a massive boost last week for his current single "Highest in the Room" as its featured on his pet-project album JackBoys, but this week the song falls back down six places to No.21, while his older entry "Sicko Mode" drops seven spots to No.82 (#25 for 2019). * Falling eight places is the Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello duet "Senorita" to No.28 (#8 for 2019). * The No.1 selling single for 2019 was "Old Town Road" for Lil' Nas X with Billy Ray Cyrus, which this week tumble(weed)s down thirteen places to No.29, while his second entry this week is his "Panini" which is stable at No.93. * Post Malone was the only person to score two Top 10 2019 EOY positions, the highest of which was his No.1 song from this time in 2019 and "Sunflower", which is down nationally six spots to No.33 and was the #4 song of 2019, while he also slides down with "Wow." (59 to No.72, #7 for 2019) and "Goodbyes" (81 to No.87, #35 for 2019). * Ed Sheeran is down this week with "I Don't Care" (30 to No.35, #6 for 2019), "Beautiful People" (31 to No.36, #14 for 2019), is stable at No.46 with the current UK #1 song "Own it" by Stormzy featuring Ed and Burna Boy, falls fifteen places to No.80 with the 'Longest Charted Single' for "Shape of You" (155 weeks, #75 for 2019, and the #1 Seller for the 2010's) and "Perfect" (83 to No.88, #58 for 2019). * Halsey will issue her third/next album on Friday the 17th of January called "Manic", and the second single from that album in "Graveyard" is down one to No.38, while the sets first entry "Without Me" drops nine spots to No.89 (#18 for 2019), while her appearance on the Benny Blanco long-running track "Eastside" is down six to No.45 (#12 for 2019). * Harry Styles' track "Falling" does not follow suite this week and is stable at No.52, while his current No.1 albums' first single "Lights Up" is down three places to No.79 and the second and final new certification of the week, now ▲Platinum in sales. * Blanco Brown drops back down twelve places to No.54 with "The Git Up" (#24 for 2019). * Juice WRLD's only Top 10 entry in "Lucid Dreams" slumbers down eleven spots to No.55 and it placed at No.91 for the 2019 EOY listing. * 5 Seconds of Summer drop down with their '13 Reasons Why: Season 3' track "Teeth", falling seven spots to No.56, while their 2018 #1 single of the year "Youngblood" falls four to No.61 and was the 30th biggest song for 2019. * "Shallow" for Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper was the #9 song for 2019, and is down this week six places to No.57. * The fifth biggest Australian performed song for 2019 was also the ARIA Single of the Year in the Guy Sebastian single "Choir", which drops down fourteen places to No.58 (#36 for 2019). * Taylor Swift scored three songs in the 2019 EOY listing, none of which landed within the Top 50, the lowest of the three was "Lover" (#90 for 2019) which drops down fifteen places to No.70. * The Jonas Brothers' former No.1 single "Sucker" drops down thirteen places to No.73 and was the 13th biggest song of 2019, while their current single "Only Human" is back up three to No.67. * Mystery DJ and producer Marshmello scored three songs in the 2019 EOY listing, the highest of which is "Happier" with Bastille (#21 for 2019) which drops down fourteen places to No.75, while his most recent hit "One Thing Right" is down three places to No.25 (#23 for 2019). * Ariana Grande also scores three 2019 EOY entries, the highest of which is her "7 Rings" track (#10 for 2019), that song is down seventeen spots this week to No.84. * The "Body" track for Loud Luxury falls down thirteen spots to No.85 (#33 for 2019). * The first single for Tones and I in "Johnny Run Away" falls down nine spots to No.97 and was the 32nd biggest song for the previous year. * Khalid's six 2019 EOY placings was also bettered by three of them being within the Top 20 of the year, his song "Talk" drops down eleven places to No.98 and was the 17th biggest song in Australia for 2019, while his song "Better" is back up two spots to No.96 (#28 for 2019).
FURTHER NEW ENTRIES: * #8 - Yummy by Justin Bieber
* #18 - The Box by Roddy Ricch is the first singles chart entry for the U.S. rapper born Rodrick Wayne Moore Jr. in Compton, California in 1998, and it's taken from his debut studio album "Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial" which hit No.1 in the U.S.A. at the end of 2019 and here the set rises to a new peak within the Top 40 this week. The song is not an official single from the album as yet, but that hasn't stopped it making it to No.3 in the U.S.A., No.5 in Belgium, Top 10 in both Canada (#9) and New Zealand (#10) and it is sitting within the Top 20 in Ireland, Norway and England as of this week.
* #94 - Diamonds by Morgan Evans is the first taste of new material from the Newcastle (NSW) born and Nashville (TN, USA) resident country singer, with this now becoming his fifth Top 100 entry in Australia, while late last year he won an ARIA Award for 'Best Country Album' for his second set "Things That We Drink to". Last edited:
Harry Styles' second album "Fine Line" benefits from a week of NO new releases or new entries by logging a third overall week at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart.
"Fine Line" now more than surpasses the singular week that his self-titled debut album achieved in May of 2017, and his current album managed to sell enough within 2019 to be placed as the 42nd highest selling album on the EOY (End of Year) listings, plus its first weeks sales were the sixth highest for the past year also.
The No.1 album of 2019 is sitting at No.2 nationally this week, the debut set for Billie Eilish and "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" which is followed by a third successive stable entry as the "Frozen 2" soundtrack is on hold at No.3, with this past week the movie becoming the most lucrative animated feature of all time. Post Malone's third album "Hollywood's Bleeding" is up two places to No.4 (#8 for 2019) which pushes down the Ed Sheeran duets set "No.6 Collaborations Project" (#2 for 2019) down a spot to No.5.
Tones and I still remains at No.1 on the singles chart for a 23rd week with "Dance Monkey", while her debut EP "The Kids are Coming" is up one spot to No.6 (#21 for 2019) and the UK's No.1 album of 2019 (here it was #41 for the year) is the Lewis Capaldi debut set "Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent" which leaps up eleven places to a new peak of No.7 and its second overall week within the Top 10 (it debuted at #10 34 weeks ago). Current national tourist Elton John is up one spot to No.8 with his collection "Diamonds" (#14 for 2019) and it swaps places with the Taylor Swift album "Lover", down one to No.9 (#6 for 2019), while returning to the Top 10 for a fourth overall week is the second Luke Combs album "What You See is What You Get" (#62 for 2019), up two places to land at No.10.
UP: * Stormzy was denied a second No.1 album in the UK in late December as he debuted behind the new Harry Styles album there at No.2, well now this week he holds both the singles and albums No.1 spot on the English charts with his song "Own it" (TW here #46) and his second album "Heavy is the Head", which here jumps back up six places to its original entry position of No.11. * With Cold Chisel currently touring their latest album "Blood Moon", their collection "Best of - All for You" is stable at No.13 (#37 for 2019), while climbing best of sets are for Maroon 5 (48 to No.38, #39 for 2019), Eminem (61 to No.42, #24 for 2019), Green Day (89 to No.66, #76 for 2019), Jason DeRulo (88 to No.69, #96 for 2019) and The Wiggles (80 to No.70, #63 for 2019). * Luke Combs also rises two places with his first album this week, as "This One's for You" (#19 for 2019) moves back up to No.18. * The Chainsmokers third album continues to climb up the charts, with a further physical release occurring on Friday and the albums current single "The Reaper" climbing into the Top 50 (TW-47), the set "World War Joy" climbs nine spots to a new peak of No.19. * Khalid's "Free Spirit" (#15 for 2019) is back up eight spots to No.22, while his previous set "American Teen" also rises eight rungs to No.46 (#34 for 2019). * Dean Lewis was the second highest ranked Australian act on both the singles and albums EOY listings for 2019, his debut album "A Place We Knew" ranked at No.16, this week the set is back up four spots to No.23. * Dua Lipa still hasn't given an exact date for her new "Future Nostalgia" album, while her debut self-titled set is back up ten places to No.24 (#22 for 2019). * The No.1 album at this time last year was the soundtrack to the Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody', (#5 for 2019) which is stable at No.26 this week and newly certified 2x▲Platinum in sales, with climbing soundtracks being for 'The Greatest Showman' (26 to No.27, #10 for 2019), 'A Star is Born' (32 to No.29, #4 for 2019), Frozen (frozen at No.44, #92 for 2019) and 'Moana' (83 to No.77, #64 for 2019). * Ariana Grande's "thank u, next" album is back up seven places to No.28 (#7 for 2019). * Lizzo is currently touring the country and her debut set "Cuz I Love You" rebounds twenty-four places to No.30. * Drake's "Scorpion" rises back up eight places to No.31 and was the 20th biggest album for 2019. * The recent U.S. No.1 album (last week of Dec, 2019) in the debut set for rapper Roddy Ricch called "Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial" returned to the chart here last week at No.69, and thanks to a Top 20 singles chart debut this week, the album bullets up thirty-six places to land at a new peak of No.33. * The self-titled Shawn Mendes album is back up seven to No.35 (#30 for 2019). * XXXTentaction's "?" set jumps back up thirteen places to No.36 (#29 for 2019). * The 1977 Fleetwood Mac classic album "Rumours" was ranked as the 48th biggest selling album for the last year, the set this week is back up seven places to No.39. * DaBaby not only scores a Top 20 singles appearance and a new peak for his track "Bop" this week (TW-63), his parent album "Kirk" (HP-11) jumps up forty-six places to land at No.41. * G Flip's album "About Us" rises back up twenty-four places to No.43, with an extended and expanded version of the album due on the 17th of January. * The first Post Malone album "Stoney" (#25 for 2019) is back up thirteen places to No.45. * Ed Sheeran placed four albums within the best of 2019 listings, with his second album "x" making it to #33 for the year, the album climbs back up twelve places to No.47, while his first album "+" re-enters at No.97 (#77 for 2019) and his third set "÷ " is up one spot to No.14 (#11 for 2019). * Both of the Juice WRLD albums rise back up with "Goodbye & Good Riddance" rebounding fifteen spots to No.48 and his "Death Race for Love" (#73 for 2019) is up eighteen to No.57. * Pink rises back up three places to No.49 with "Hurts 2B Human", which was the #3 LP of 2019. * Since we just completed another lap-around-the-sun a few weeks ago, the similarly titled Ziggy Alberts album "Laps Around the Sun" (#47 for 2019) leaps back up twenty-one spots to No.51. * NF and his set "The Search" rebounds eighteen places to No.52. * Hayden James is set to issue a vinyl edition of his debut album "Between us" in two weeks time (Jan 17th), and the album itself is up fourteen places to No.54. * The Hilltop Hoods' older entry "Drinking... Walking... Restrung" (#55 for 2019) is back up sixteen places to No.60, while their most recent studio set "The Great Expanse" is down nine places to No.50 and was the highest placed Aussie album for 2019 (#13 for the year). * Eminem's "Kamikaze" album is back up sixteen spots to No.61 (#23 for 2019). * Chris Brown leaps back up twenty-three places to No.62 with his "Indigo" album (#61 for 2019). * The Ruel EP "Free Time" rebounds a massive twenty-nine places this week to No.65. * Local rapper ChillinIT is set to issue his second album "The Octagon" in the last week of January, and this week his debut set "Women, Weed & Wordplay" returns at No.74 (#58 for 2019). * There are NO new entries to the chart this week, but thirteen albums do return within the Top 100, the highest of which is the Jax Jones album "Snacks (Supersize)" at No.67, and following after the ChillinIT return is a re-entry at No.75 for the Trippe Redd recent set "A Love Letter to You 4", then "Caress Your Soul" for Sticky Fingers (#84, #80 for 2019), "Awake" for Hillsong United (#85), "We Love You Tecca" for Lil' Tecca (#86), "Pony" by Rex Orange County (#92), "Hot" by Doja Cat (#94), "Starboy" by The Weeknd (#95), the Kanye West set "Jesus is King" (#96, #89 for 2019), "Purpose" by Justin Bieber (#98, thanks to his new T10 debut "Yummy") and finally returning at #100 is the Summer Walker set "Over it". * Cardi B is back up sixteen places to No.79 with "Invasion of Privacy" (#38 for 2019). * Katy Perry's ten year old album "Teenage Dream" rebounds eleven places to No.82. * Rufus du Sol returned with their two most recent albums last week, both of which rise back up this week, with "Solace" up ten to No.89 (#68 for 2019) and the "Solace Remixed" set up one to No.99.
DOWN: * The two albums leaving the Top 10 this week are "JackBoys" by JACKBOYS (HP-5, WI10-1), which is the new No.1 album in both America and Canada, and here it drops down seven to No.12, with the other set leaving the ten being the Paul Kelly album "Songs from the South: Greatest Hits 1985-2019" (HP-1x1, WI10-7, #57 for 2019), down five places to No.15. * Cold Chisel just issued a 'blood-moon' coloured vinyl edition of their recent No.1 album "Blood Moon" (#97 for 2019) on Friday, that set this week drops down six to No.17. * The only dropping Post Malone for this week is his second set "Beerbongs & Bentleys", down two places to No.19 (#12 for 2019). * The Teskey Brothers drop down with both of their entries this week, with "Run Home Slow" (#50 for 2019) dropping eleven to No.25 and their older set "Half Mile Harvest" slumping nineteen spots to No.72. * After Paul Kelly's drop, the further falling best of sets are for INXS (23 to No.32, #28 for 2019), Human Nature (22 to No.55), The Killers (64 to No.80, #80 for 2019), Queen (GH 66 to No.81 #9 for 2019, Platinum Collection leaves from #98 but it was #18 LP for 2019, giving Queen three albums within the Top 20 best of 2019 listing) and Foo Fighters (81 to No.90, #81 for 2019). * Coldplay's "Everday Life" falls ten places to No.34. * There are only two falling soundtracks this week for 'Cats' (31 to No.37) and 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' (25 to No.87). * Taylor Swift's two older sets also made the 2019 EOY listing, with "1989" (47 to No.53) scoring the #46 placing and "Reputation" (65 to No.71) making it to #27 for 2019. * Rod Stewart has a twenty-seven place tumble to No.56 with his R.P.O. infused album "You're in My Heart". * Tyler, the Creator falls down seventeen spots to No.62 with "Igor" (#61 for 2019). * The Beatles' "Abbey Road" album (#40 for 2019) plummets this week thirty-one spots to No.64. * Lana Del Rey has two new albums ready to go during 2020 called "Violet Bends Backwards Over the Grass" and "White Hot Forever", while nineteen week old current album "Norman F**king Rockwell" is down nineteen places to No.69. * Jessica Mauboy has a thirty-six place plummet to No.73 with her "Hilda" album. * Tool drops down twenty-five spots to No.76 with their "Fear Inoculum" album (#35 for 2019). * The 1988 Guns N' Roses album falls sixteen places to No.78 and sold enough during 2019 to be the 83rd biggest of the previous year. * Harry Styles' debut self-titled set is down fifteen places to No.88. * Adele's "25" album was at No.1 this week in 2016, and is this week down twenty-two places to No.93 (#51 for 2019), while her second album "21" drops out this week from 97, it was the 90th biggest album for 2019, PLUS it was the #1 album of the 2010's too, and lastly over the Xmas period it picked up a 17x▲Platinum sales certification too. * There are two albums which leave the Top 100 from last weeks Top 50 in the Robbie Williams seasonal set "The Christmas Present" (out from #38, #45 for 2019) and the soundtrack to "Last Christmas" (#40).
What's worth noting when comparing weekly to month runs is that we can kind of re-interpret the current charts in the same way to already indisputably call Dance Monkey a 5 month #1. Because I don't think anyone would disagree that it was the top seller of August, September, October, November or December. I'm not sure who's gonna stop her from being the highest seller in January, to make for a 6 month #1, so there'd be no dispute that this is the longest running #1 single of all time.
Next Tracks: 101 - If the World was Ending - JP Saxe & Julia Michaels (NEW PEAK, LW-133) 105 - Futsal Shuffle - Lil' Uzi Vert 106 - Pump it Up - Endor (NEW PEAK, LW-121) 107 - Lonely - Diplo & Jonas Bros. (LW-127) 108 - You Need to Calm Down - Taylor Swift 109 - Better Now - Post Malone 110 - High Hopes - Panic! 111 - Money in the Grave - Drake 112 * Suicidal - YNW Melly 113 - Look at Her Now - Selena Gomez (LW-139) 114 - Dancing with a Stranger - Sam Smith & Normani 115 - Robbery - Juice WRLD 116 - Rockstar - Post Malone 117 - Vossi Bop - Stormzy 118 - Say You Won't Let Go - Jamse Arthur (LW-131) 119 - Exit Sign - Hilltop Hoods 120 - I Fall Apart - Post Malone 126 - Vibez - DaBaby (NEW PEAK, LW-198) 137 - Hold Me While You Wait - Lewis Capaldi (NEW PEAK, LW-258) 138 - Roses - SAINt JHN (NEW PEAK, LW-171) 166 - Soaked - Benee (LW-207, HP-133) 198 - Family - Chainsmokers & Kygo (LW-231, HP-172) 231 * Wrong Direction - Hailee Steinfeld 233 * All I Want - Olivia Rodrigo 259 r I Am Australian - Dami Im, Jessica Mauboy, Justice Crew, Nathaniel, Samantha Jade & Taylor Henderson 297 * Had Enough - Don Toliver feat. Quavo & Offset 419 * Selfish - Jessica Mauboy (835 sold) 420 * Alone Pt.II - Alan Walker * Ava MAx 448 * Not a Hobby (EP) - Sam Fischer 451 * Tombstone - Ocean Alley 478 * High Fashion - Roddy Ricch feat. Mustard 493 * Boss - Day1
Next Albums: 101 - Blue - Jonas Blue 102 - Dream Your Life Away - Vance Joy 104 - GH - Red Hot Chili Peppers 105 - Six60(3) 107 - Beauty Behind the Madness - Weeknd (LW-135) 108 - Evolve - Imagine Dragons 109 - Love Monster - Amy Shark 112 - 7 (EP) - Lil' Nas X 113 - Very Best of - Fleetwood Mac 115 - Party Time! - The Wiggles (LW-145) 116 - Eminem Show (LW-143) 117 - Good Kid, MAAD City - Kendrick Lamar 118 - GH - Pitbull 119 - The Fame - Lady Gaga 122 - Currents - Tame Impala (LW-172) 125 - Ginger - Brockhampton (LW-258, toured) 127 - Timeless - GH - Bee Gees (LW-181) 155 - JME - Grime MC (NEW PEAK, LW-385)
As i write this delta is #1 on itunes but (and i stand to be corrected) being number 1 on one of the digital platforms does not a top 100 hit make...necessarilly. I've looked and delta is not top 20 on any of the other streaming platforms and it's a different market these days that an artist would have to be number 1 or at the very least in the top 30 on at least half of them to have a good chance of breaking the top 100. Maybe the song has been released to other streaming platforms,maybe it won't be..i don't keep a very focussed eye on music news. Last edited:
Delta may have sold 3,000 downloads last week judging by the iTunes popularity bars. It also charted in the 300 region of the Apple Music Chart. Had it been allowed to chart, it would have probably landed in the #60-#70 region.