It's a second week at #1 for the SAINt JHN single "Roses" in Australia, while the song holds for a sixth week at the top in Ireland.
The Imanbek remixed song has also recently logged two weeks in England and three weeks in Bulgaria (it's first #1 berth), while holding at #2 after ten weeks at the top here is The Weeknd with "Blinding Lights" which also retains its top spot in England (7th week), New Zealand (3rd week), the U.S.A. and Canada (both 2 weeks).
Debuting at No.3 is the first new Drake material for 2020 called "Tootsie Slide", which also entered in that position in New Zealand and scored a No.2 debut in both Ireland and England. The new entry becomes his fifteenth Top 10 (13 as lead, 2 as guest) and also eighth Top 3 placing in Australia, while at this time in the past he has seen large debuts/future hits for the Canadian rapper, as in 2018 he entered at No.7 with "Nice for What" (HP-1, second week of April) which was taking over from the eleven week running No.1 "God's Plan" (ended April 16th, 2018), and in 2016 "One Dance" started its climb to the top (April 11th, 2016, peaked at No.1 on May 9th). m
Down one spot to No.4 is the Dua Lipa track "Don't Start Now" which is spending its 23rd week within the Top 10, making it now the equal seventh Longest Running Top 10 Single of all time in Australia, equal now with "Shotgun" in 2018 and "Closer" in 2016, while another long running Top 10 entry breaks a new chart-glass-ceiling in Tones and I with "Dance Monkey" which is back up one place to No.9 and spending a 40th week inside the Top 10, meaning it started its Top 10 run NINE months ago.
Climbing one spot to a new peak of No.5 is the Powfu and Beadadoobee track "Death Bed", making Australia its highest peak so far, with a No.7 peak in New Zealand and its first berth inside the UK Top 10 at No.8 this week. Down two places each are "Intentions" for Justin Bieber and "Say So" for Doja Cat to No.6 and No.7 respectively. Benee cracked the UK Top 20 this week with her latest entry "Supalonely", which here is on hold at its peak of No.8 for a second week, while last weeks highest new entry for Dua Lipa and "Break My Heart" is down three spots this week to No.10.
UP: * After two weeks at No.12 the Surfaces duo and their track "Sunday Best" are up one spomt to a new peak of No.11. * Also up one spot to a new peak is the Lil' Mosey track "Blueberry Faygo" to No.17. * Jumping up four places and into the Top 20 is the Megan Thee Stallion song "Savage", up to No.19. * Doja Cat lands her second Top 30 entry this week as her 'Birds of Prey' soundtrack song "Boss B*tch" leaps up twenty two spots to land at a new chart height of No.24. * Last weeks entry for PARTYNEXTDOOR with Rihanna and "Believe it" is stable at its entry point of No.28. * Older entries rising back include "Lose Control" for MeduZa (34 to No.30) "Rushing Back" for Flume and Vera Blue (36 to No.31). * Jack Harlow cracks the Top 50 for the first time with his entry "What's Poppin", jumping to No.35 this week. * Stable at No.40 is the Khalid and Disclosure track "Know Your Worth", which is newly Gold (●) in sales. * Returning to the Top 50 this week at a new peak of No.48 is the Noah Cyrus track "July".
DOWN: * The only song leaving the Top 10 this week is the Dua Lipa track "Physical" (HP-9, WI10-1) which after leaping into the ten last week is back down four places to No.13 this week. * "The Box" for Roddy Ricch drops a further three places this week to No.14. * Lewis Capaldi is down three to No.20 with "Before You Go", while he is stable at No.27 with "Someone You Loved". * The Weeknd is down three spots to No.22 with "In Your Eyes". * After peaking at No.21 last week The Rubens song "Live in Life" falls back two spots to No.23. * 24KGOLDN tumbles seven chart rungs to No.32 with his "City of Angels" entry. * Tones and I is down seven places to No.33 with "Never Seen the Rain", while her newer entry "Bad Child" is down one to No.16, but it might rise next week thanks to its new video clip being issued. * Eminem and Juice WRLD are another of the seven place droppers, as their entry "Godzilla" falls to No.39. * Benee's older entry "Glitter" drops five spots to No.42. * Sam Smith's badly timed single "To Die For" is down twelve places to No.43. * Lady Gaga has the last seven place drop within the Top 50 as "Stupid Love" falls to No.50.
FURTHER NEW ENTRIES: * #3 - Tootsie Slide by Drake
* #47 - Find My Way by DaBaby is now the fifth Top 100 entry for the American rapper and his third Top 50 placing, but first as a solo artist, as his two previous entries into the fifty were as a guest on tracks by Post Malone ("Enemies", HP-28, Sept 2019) and "My Oh My" for Camila Cabello (HP-19, Jan. 2020), with his two solo entries being "Suge" (HP-58, peaked early June 2019) and "Bop" (HP-63, peaked mid-Jan. 2020). Last edited:
The fifth studio album for local Australian alt-rock band Violent Soho called "Everything is A-OK" debuts at No.1 on the Australian Albums chart this week, becoming their second successive #1 set locally.
"Everything is A-OK" becomes the 875th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2020), the 725th for ARIA (1983 to 2020), the 514th to debut at No.1 (since 1976) and the thirteenth No.1 for 2020, while also the second for the band Violent Soho and their record label I OH YOU, as their fourth set "WACO" debuted at No.1 on the 28th of March, 2016 (four years and two weeks ago) spending a single week at the top.
It's rare for an Aussie act to be dethroned by an another Aussie, but even rarer is a local band knocking off another Australian band, as Violent Soho take over the top spot from 5SOS, who were the last instigators of such a coupe in 2018 when their "Youngblood" set took over from the Sheppard album "Watching the Sky" (18th & 25th of June, 2018). This new No.1 album becomes the 387th by a Group to hit the top (local or overseas) and also the 240th by an Australian Act (solo, duo, group, male or female) and the fourth for 2020. This is the first time that the word 'OK' (or even 'Okay') has appeared a No.1 album title, and the second for the word 'Everything' the other being the Ariana Grande set "My Everything" (1 week on 1st of Sept., 2014).
Dua Lipa is stable at No.2 with her entry from last week in "Future Nostalgia", which is the new No.1 set in her native England this week, while it lost its top spot in New Zealand after one week. After which is the second and final Top 10 debut this week, this time by local rapper Kerser and his ninth studio album called "Roll the Dice" which enters at No.3, becoming his seventh Top 10 placement locally and his eighth Top 50 and ninth Top 100 entry, plus it's now his second highest placed album behind his 2019 eighth set "Lifestyle" which entered at No.2 last March.
Back up two places to No.4 is the recent No.1 compilation "Artists United for Fire Fight", while The Weeknd holds for a second week at No.1 in America and Canada with his latest set "After Hours", which here is down one spot to No.5, with last weeks No.1 set "C A L M" for 5 Seconds of Summer dropping this week to No.6. Stable are the Harry Styles set "Fine Line" and Billie Eilish album "When We All Fall Asleep..." at No.7 and No.8 respectively. The Pearl Jam new entry from last week called "Gigaton" drops six places to No.9, while Elton John's best of set "Diamonds" is back up four places to No.10 and scoring a 28th week inside the Top 10 thanks to his recent world wide online concert to raise money for health workers dealing with COVID-19 situation.
UP: * The first rise outside of the Top 10 is for the Eminem album "Music to Be Murdered By", up one to No.19, while his collection "Curtain Call: The Hits" rebounds back into the Top 50 at No.39. * Luke Combs' "What You See" set is stable at No.17, while his older set "This One's for You" is up two to No.21. * Halsey rises two spots to No.25 with her "Manic" set. * This past week the film 'The Greatest Showman' was screened on TV, thus the soundtrack rises back up thirteen spots to No.28, with the only other rising soundtrack being for Queen's biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (34 to No.31). * The 1977 album "Rumours" for Fleetwood Mac is celebrating its 43rd anniversary of chart entry this past week by rising back up seven spots to No.32.
DOWN; * Three albums leave the Top 10 this week, starting with Justin Bieber set "Changes" (HP-2, WI10-7) down four spots to No.13, followed by an eighteen place slide to No.23 for last weeks entry for The Chats and "High Risk Behaviour" (HP-5, WI10-1) and another of last weeks new entries tumbles in "ADHD" for Joyner Lucas (HP-9, WI10-1, 9 to No.26). * Ed Sheeran is back down two spots to No.15 with his "No.6 Collaborations Project" and down four to No.20 with his Divide set. * BTS leave the Top 20 and drop to No.22 with "Map of the Soul: 7". * LAUV sees a six place slide to No.27 for his album "~How I'm Feeling~". * Niall Horan's "Heartbreak Weather" set falls down seven places to No.33. * Doja Cat scored her second Top 30 single this week, but her album "Hot Pink" is down seven to No.37. * The No.1 album from five weeks ago for Lil' Uzi Vert called "Eternal Atake" is this week down eighteen places to No.43. * After cracking one year on the chart last week, this week the Khalid set "Free Spirit" is down seven to No.44. * Final seven place slump occurs for The Chainsmokers set "World War Joy" to No.49.
FURTHER NEW ENTRIES: * #1 (LP#5) - Everything is A-OK by Violent Soho
* #3 (LP#9) - Roll the Dice by Kerser
* #12 (LP#8) - Wake Up, Sunshine by All Time Low becomes the seventh chart entry (six studios and one best of collection) for the American rock band, who this week in history debuted at No.1 in England with their sixth album "Future Hearts" (13th of April, 2015, 1 week stay), and the band have not charted here since their sixth set "Last Young Renegade" (HP-7, June 2017), while here this is their fifth Top 20 placing too.
* #30 (LP#13) - Titans of Creation by Testament is now the second entry here for the US rock band, as their twelfth set "Brotherhood of the Snake" debuted and peaked at No.24 in November of 2016.
* #41 (LP#2) - Southside by Sam Hunt is the U.S. country singer's second album and also his first to chart nationally, while his 2014 debut set "Montevallo" made it to No.4 on the ARIA country chart.
* #50 (LP#4) - It is What is it by Thundercat is the first Top 50 entry for the American rapper born Stephen Lee Bruner whose last album "Drunk" made it to No.58 in 2017. Last edited:
Nice climbs for WHATS POPPIN and Boss Bitch this week!
I just noticed that, by reaching 25 weeks, Noah Cyrus - July has quietly spent longer in the top 100 than any Miley song since Wrecking Ball, bar Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (Malibu spent 24 weeks and Slide Away spent 23; NBLAH spent 29, and Wrecking Ball spent 30).