Over on the ARIA Singles Chart, Kiwi manufacturer and Jawsh 685 and U.S. vocalist Jason Derulos “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)” sets a brand-new mark for a lot of weeks at No. 1 by a New Zealand artist, breaking the previous record set by OMCs “How Bizarre” in April 1996.
Cardi B gets her very first Top Ten entry as a lead artist with “WAP,” her new release with Megan Thee Stallion. Its new at No. 2. Till now, Cardis highest charting single was “I Like It,” which reached No. 14 in July 2018.
The late American rapper Juice WRLD lands a third entry in this weeks ARIA Top 50 as “Smile” (Interscope/Universal) including The Weeknd bows at No. 8. Juice likewise takes spots No. 9 with “Come & & Go” and No. 20 with “Wishing Well”.
Sia makes her very first look in the ARIA Top 50 in 2 years with “Together” (Atlantic/Warner), new at No. 48. The single is raised from the soundtrack to Music, the forthcoming film composed and directed by the Aussie artist.
Homegrown metalcore outfit In Hearts Wake rating a fourth career Top 10 with Kaliyuga (UNFD/Orchard), brand-new at No. 3. Its the Byron Bays bands fifth studio album, and initially because Ark went to No. 3 in June 2017). Its new at No. 2. Till now, Cardis highest charting single was “I Like It,” which reached No. 14 in July 2018.
U.S. nation star Luke Bryan has his 3rd Top 10 as Born Here Live Here Die Here (Capitol/Universal) begins at No. 2, a new profession high. Born Here quickly beats Bryans previous finest, a No. 4 peak for 2015s Kill The Lights.
Homegrown metalcore outfit In Hearts Wake score a 4th profession Top 10 with Kaliyuga (UNFD/Orchard), brand-new at No. 3. Its the Byron Bays bands fifth studio album, and first given that Ark went to No. 3 in June 2017). Kaliyuga is the leader on this weeks ARIA Vinyl Albums Charts.
British clothing Glass Animals score a career-high No. 2 in their homeland with Dreamland (Polydor/Universal). The new set reaches No. 6 in Australia, where its their first Top 10 having actually formerly impacted the ARIA Chart with How To Be A Human Being (No. 11 in September 2016) and Zaba (No. 12 in June 2014).
Another British act making their existence felt in this chart cycle is Deep Purple. The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame inducted rockers blast to No. 13 with Whoosh! (Sony Music), the followup to 2017s Infinite, which peaked at No. 20.
New releases from Aussie acts Bronson (Bronson at No. 22 via Warner Music), Stand Atlantic (Pink Elephant at No. 23 by means of HR/RKT), sleepmakeswaves (These Are Not Your Dreams at No. 25 by means of BRR/MGM), and Teeny Tiny Stevies (Thoughtful Songs For Little People at No. 33 through ABC/Universal) crack the Top 40.
Taylor Swift holds onto her Australia chart crown as Folklore (Republic/Universal) holds back new releases from Luke Bryan and In Hearts Wake to log a third succeeding week at No. 1 on the ARIA Chart.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallions “WAP” (Atlantic/Warner) simply misses out on out on a chart-topping bow on the nationwide singles survey, as Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulos “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)” (Columbia/Sony) bags a 6th week at the summit.
Folklore, which also rules the albums charts in the U.S. and U.K., ought to continue to chart high after its release on CD in Australia. Its the only album this year to hold the ARIA No. 1 for more than two weeks.