For a third week in a row 18 year old Olivia Rodrigo holds the top of both ARIA Charts this week with her album "SOUR" and it's third issued single "Good 4 U".
"Good 4 U" also holds the top spot (along with her album) in New Zealand, Ireland (4th week in both), Canada (3rd week), while the song itself is also at the top in England (3rd week) and newly rises to the top in Germany. In Australia her tally of weeks at No.1 is now up to nine in total (6 weeks for Driver's License), and that moves her to equal 102nd on the list for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Singles' alongside other acts with nine weeks from two No.1's like Savage Garden, Aerosmith, George Harrison and John Lennon, Richard Marx, Queen and Helen Reddy.
Olivia Rodrigo has three songs within the Top 10 this week, as she remains at No.3 for a third week with "Deja vu" (newly Gold (●) in sales) and also drops down three places to No.8 with "Traitor". In England she also holds the No.1, No.4 and No.5 spots, while in Ireland she sits at #1, #2 and #4 with the three aforementioned titles. In total Olivia has all eleven of her tracks from the album "SOUR" within the Top 40 (#1 to #33) as the last song to enter from her album debuts at No.13 this week.
Half of the Top 10 is on hold this week, as Doja Cat with SZA and "Kiss Me More" remains at No.2 for a fourth non-consecutive week and former No.1 "Body" for Russ Millions and Tion Wayne is stable at No.4. Rising back up within the Top 10 are "Save Your Tears" by The Weeknd (with Ariana Grande), up one to No.5 and newly certified 2x▲Platinum, followed by a two place move to No.6 for another former No.1 song "Heat Waves" for Glass Animals (now 4x▲Platinum). "Levitating" by Dua Lipa has been in the Top 20 since November 2nd, 2020 (and has been no lower than No.14 within the Top 20), and this week it rises back up three spots to No.7 while also claiming a 21st week within the Top 10.
The fifth and final non-mover within the ten is Masked Wolf with "Astronaut in the Ocean" at No.9, the position that the song is also sitting at in the U.S. Billboard chart this week, after which is another local rapper in The Kid Laroi who returns to the Top 10 by rising back up one spot to No.10 and claiming his 26th week within the ten (half-a-year), making "Without You" the seventh equal longest running Top 10 song of all time in Australia, alongside "Roses" by SAINt JHN and "Head & Heart" by Joel Corry, while this week in the U.S. the song is sitting at No.11.
UP: TOP 20: Justin Bieber's "Peaches" rises back up three places to No.14 and achieve ▲Platinum in sales, followed by a rebound to No.15 (from #18) for "Friday" by Riton x Nightcrawlers. TOP 30: The only two rising songs within the Top 30 are back up one spot each, with the HVME remix of Travis Scott's "Goosebumps" to No.23 and "Bed" for Joel Corry with David Guetta and RAYE to No.25, with that track now Gold (●) in sales. Two stable tracks at No.29 for Silk Sonic with "Leave the Door Open" and at No.30 for The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights", which is newly certified 10x▲Platinum. TOP 40: The new Vance Joy track "Missing Piece" takes a twelve place leap to a new peak of No.32 in its third week on the chart, with the only other new chart height achieved by "Rasputin" for Majestic vs. Boney M, up one spot to No.36 (the song is on hold at No.11 for a second week in the UK this week) TOP 50: After entering the Top 50 last week, the Tom Grennan song "Little Bit of Love" is this week up four places to a new peak of No.43, the Harry Styles track "Watermelon Sugar" is back up five spots to No.45, and two songs which rise into the Top 50 for the first time are the twelve-week charting Dean Lewis track "Falling Up", which jumps up twelve places to land at No.48. The song had first charted within the Top 100 in mid-March of 2021, previously peaking at No.51 on May 3rd, and it now becomes his eighth Top 50 appearance. The second climber debuted in the Top 100 last week at No.83, and is a collaboration between Marshmello and the Jonas Brothers called "Leave Before You Love Me", which this week leaps up thirty-three places to land at No.50, and the track is NOT featured on his just issued new album "Shockwave'' (Friday 11th of June). It becomes the twelfth Top 50 entry for Marshmello and the eighth for Jonas Brothers.
DOWN: TOP 20: The only song leaving the Top 10 this week is former No.1 "Driver's License" (HP-1x6, WI10-16) by Olivia Rodrigo, dropping four places to No.11, while she also declines with her album track entries in "Happier" (15 to No.16) and "Brutal" (13 to No.17), but she does also claim a new entry at No.13 this week too. TOP 30: Three further Olivia tracks drop down into the Top 30 this week, "Enough for You" (16 to No.22), "Jealousy, Jealousy" (22 to No.26) and "1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back" (21 to No.27). The current U.S. No.1 single for a second week is "Butter" by BTS, which here slides down seven places to No.21, while there are single place dips for "Rapstar" by Polo G to No.24 and "Your Love (9PM)" by ATB with Topic and A7S to No.28, that track now certified ▲Platinum. TOP 40: Olivia's tenth entry is her lowest placed track this week as "Hope UR OK" falls eight places to land at No.33, with other falling Top 40 entries being "Build a Bitch" by Bella Poarch (peak of 28 to No.31), "Hold On" for Justin Bieber and "Mood" by 24KGOLDN both down three places each to No.34 and No.35 respectively, with bigger falls for "Heartbreak Anniversary" by Giveon (34 to No.39) and "Your Power" by Billie Eilish (33 to No.40), dropping most likely because of her new Top 20 entry this week. TOP 50: Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved" dips only one place to No.41 this week, but increases its sales certification to 11x▲Platinum in sales, "Streets" for Doja Cat drops four spots to No.42, while there are three place dips for both Dua Lipa and "We're Good" and "You Broke Me First" by Tate McRae to No.46 and No.49, while there are no J. Cole tracks within the Top 50 this week as he has the two biggest dropouts from last weeks Top 50 from No.36 and No.41.
NEW ENTRIES: * #13 - Favorite Crime by Olivia Rodrigo (Geffen/Interscope) is the eleventh and final track to chart from Olivia's current No.1 album "SOUR", and the song has been streaming within the Top 15 for the past few weeks, but now joins the rest of her albums tracks which are all placed inside the Top 40 this week.
* #18 - Lost Cause by Billie Eilish (Darkroom/Interscope) is the fourth track and now fourth Top 20 song to be lifted from Billie's forthcoming second album due on July 30th called "Happier Than Ever", following on from "Your Power" (HP-9, TW-40) and 2020 releases "Therefore I Am" (HP-3, peaked late Nov. 2020) and "My Future" (HP-3, peaked Aug. 2020).
Olivia Rodrigo remains for a third week at No.1 in Australia with her debut album "SOUR", while she also retains the No.1 singles spots again with "Good 4 U".
Of the five occasions that an artist has topped both the singles and albums charts in Australia this decade this is the first time that an act has done it for three weeks. The last song and album to hold both charts for this long was "Shallow" and it's parent album/soundtrack "A Star is Born" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper from October 29th until November 12th in 2018, and during the past decade (2010's) only four chart-doubles for more than three weeks occurred, so it's not an easy thing to achieve.
"SOUR" now becomes the equal longest running No.1 album for 2021, tying alongside the three broken weeks achieved by Justin Bieber and his "Justice" album, while for consecutive weeks by a female act, Olivia is the first to hold for three or more weeks in a row since Taylor Swift and "evermore" did so from Dec. 21st, 2020 to Jan. 11th, 2021. Another thing that Olivia achieves this week is that she is now equal third on the list for 'Most Weeks at No.1: Albums; 2020's' alongside Justin's three weeks, while ahead of her are AC/DC (4 weeks) and sitting on top is Taylor Swift (9 accumulated weeks from three No.1 Albums).
The highest of three Top 10 debuts this week is the seventh studio album for Crowded House called "Dreamers are Waiting", which enters at No.2 this week, becoming their eighth Top 2 album and ninth Top 10 (7 studios and 2 Best of), and the set arrives ten years and 51 weeks since their last studio album "Intriguer" (HP-1x1, 21st of June, 2010), and the group now features lead singer Neil Finn's two sons Liam and Elroy alongside original member Nick Seymour and the albums producer Mitchell Froom.
After two weeks at No.2 the Pink album "All I Know So Far: Setlist" is down one place to No.3, followed by the second debuting album "Nowhere Generation" by Rise Against at No.4, the bands ninth studio album and now fifth Top 10 placement in Australia and eighth albums chart entry (6 studios and 2 compilations). The band have now had albums peaking within the Top 5 (apart from #1) with "Endgame" (LP#6, HP-2, 2011), "The Black Market" (LP#7, HP-3, 2014), No.4 this week, and "Wolves" (LP#8, HP-5, 2017), while they also hit the Top 10 locally with "Appeal to Reason" (LP#5, HP-7, 2008).
The debut album for Australian group The Avalanches called "Since I Left You" was first issued in late November of 2000 and originally peaked at No.29 before climbing back up to a new peak in 2001 of No.25 (March) and then No.21 in October of that same year. The set was issued on vinyl for the first time in 2017 and returned to the chart at a new chart height of No.15 (early Feb. 2017), and now this week after over twenty years since it first charted, the album returns repackaged for it's 20th Anniversary Edition at a new peak of No.5 becoming it's first ever Top 10 placing, and giving the band three-from-three Top 10 albums in Australia during their chart career, while it's also the No.1 selling vinyl album this week.
Down a single place each are "Future Nostalgia" for Dua Lipa and "Justice" for Justin Bieber (newly certified Gold (●) in sales) to No.6 and No.7 respectively, after which there is a thirty place rebound to No.8 for the Taylor Swift album "evermore", which benefits from a vinyl release of the album last week. The third Top 10 album debut and the first UK No.1 occurs this week for English act Wolf Alice, as they enter here at No.9 with "Blue Weekend" (LP#3). This also becomes their first Top 10 album in Australia, having previously charted with "My Love is Cool" (LP#1, HP-41, 2015) and "Visions of a Life" (LP#2, HP-54, 2017). This is followed by a one place drop to No.10 for The Weeknd's collection "The Highlights", claiming a sixteenth week within the Top 10 (from 18 weeks on the chart).
UP: TOP 20: The only rising album within the Top 20 is a one place climb to No.14 for the debut Billie Eilish album "When We All Fall Asleep...", thanks to her new Top 20 singles chart debut this week. TOP 30: Doubling the rising albums this week within the Top 30, the two climbers are "Curtain Call: The Hits" for Eminem, up four to No.22 and up a single place to No.30 is the debut Lewis Capaldi album. TOP 40: Seven rising album occur within the forty, with "Positions" for Ariana Grande back up three to No.31, the soundtracks for 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (36 to No.32) and 'Hamilton' (37 to No.36) both rise back up, with the Bruno Mars set "Doo-Wops & Hooligans" back up three spots to No.37. TOP 50: There are eight rising albums in this chart region, with the self-titled Dua Lipa set back up five to No.41, best of sets for The Wiggles (53 to No.42), INXS (52 to No.44) and Green Day (48 to No.45) all move up, 'The Greatest Showman' soundtrack is back up five to No.46, the "AM" album for Arctic Monkeys zooms back up thirty places to land at No.47, and the Polo G set "The Goat" is up two spots to No.49, landing it's 52nd week within the Top 100, having first charted on May 25th, 2020, it has spent four weeks outside of the Top 100 during the Dec '20-Jan '21 chart period, with the album charting between 64 and 43 in the past 24 weeks since returning to the chart in the second week of January 2021.
DOWN: TOP 20: Two of the five albums leaving the Top 10 this week land within the Top 20, The Kid Laroi's mixtape "F**k Love" along with his "Savage (EP)" (HP-1x1, WI10-29a) is down two to No.12 and J. Cole with "The Off-Season" (HP-3, WI10-3) tumbles down nine places to land at No.13. TOP 30: The third Top 10 evacuee is Delta Goodrem with "Bridge Over Troubled Dreams' " (HP-1x1, WI10-3), which drops down sixteen spots to No.24. Other falling albums within the Top 30 are Fleetwood Mac with "Rumours" (21 to No.25) and two Taylor Swift sets in "1989" (24 to No.27) and "folklore" (27 to No.28). TOP 40: The fourth and final T.Swift album within the Top 50 this week is her redone "Fearless" set, which drops down only three spots this week to No.33, while the returned Juice WRLD album from last week in "Goodbye & Good Riddance" falls down this week eighteen places to No.35. TOP 50: There are only two albums which fall within the Top 50 this week, one being a massive drop of twenty-five places to No.48 for the latest twenty one pilots album "Scaled & Icy", and the other being a three place dip to No.50 for Doja Cat and her "Hot Pink" album. The two final Top 10 dropouts descend into the lower fifty this week for Shannon Noll and "Raw" (#3) and The Veronicas with "Godzilla" (#7), both spending a single week within the Top 10, while there was also Top 50 departures for new entries from last week for Allday (#13), Sef Lemelin (#29) and Moby (#32).
FURTHER NEW ENTRIES: * #2 (LP#7) - Dreamers are Waiting by Crowded House (Lester Records/EMI)
* #4 (LP#9) - Nowhere Generation by Rise Against (Loma Vista/Concord)
* #9 (LP#3) - Blue Weekend by Wolf Alice (Dirty Hit)
* #20 (Collab#1) - The Voice of the Heroes by Lil' Baby and Lil' Durk (Quality Control/Motown) is the first collaborative project for both U.S. rappers, while it's third entry for Lil' Baby (1 studio, 1 collab, 1 mixtape), it's the first for Lil' Durk, with this album landing first week in the UK (#5), The Netherlands (#7) and Norway (#8) so far.
New Certifications: Singles; Deja vu by Olivia Rodrigo ● Save Your Tears by The Weeknd ▲2 Heat Waves by Glass Animals ▲4 Peaches by Justin Bieber ▲ Bed by Joel Corry feat. David Guetta & RAYE ● Your Love (9PM) by ATB feat Toptic & A7S ▲ Blinding Lights by The Weeknd ▲10 Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi ▲11 Waves by Dean Lewis ▲8
Albums; Justice by Justin Bieber ● Back in Black by Amy Winehouse ▲6 (was 3P)
EXTRAS: Singles; Beautiful Mistakes by Maroon 5 feat. Megan Thee Stallion ● Shallow by Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper ▲11 34+35 by Ariana Grande (feat. Doja Cat & Megan Thee Stallion) ▲2
*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 4th to the 10th of June, 2021.