Official ARIA CHARTS News

13th January 2018

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Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’ and ‘The Greatest Showman’ Soundtrack hold together at Number One, on this week’s ARIA Charts

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CHECK OUT THE FULL CHART INFORMATION HERE 


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Singles:

Top 5:

1. Ed Sheeran ‘Perfect’

2. Post Malone ‘I Fall Apart’

3. Eminem Feat. Ed Sheeran ‘River’ 

4. Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line ‘Meant To Be’

5. Camila Cabello Feat. Young Thug ‘Havana’

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Singles Chartifacts: 

#1: Ed Sheeran ‘Perfect’ – Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’ holds on to the #1 spot on the ARIA Singles Chart for a sixth consecutive week. It’s the English singer-songwriter’s 27th week in total at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

#2: Post Malone ‘I Fall Apart’ – In its 14th week in the top 50, ‘I Fall Apart’ moves up two spots to claim a new peak at #2. Another track from Post Malone, ‘Candy Paint’, moves up six spots to #20 this week.

#4: Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line ‘Meant To Be’ – Jumping up three spots from #7 to #4, ‘Meant To Be’ scores a new peak in its seventh week in the top 50.

#10: G-Eazy Feat. Halsey ‘Him & I’ – American rapper G-Eazy takes out his first top ten appearance as a lead artist as ‘Him & I’ jumps up six spots. It’s the single’s sixth week in the chart.

#15: Bruno Mars Feat. Cardi B ‘Finesse’ (debut) – Bruno Mars picks up a third top 50 entry from 24K Magic (#3 Nov. ’16) with ‘Finesse’. The single release of the track is a remix featuring Cardi B, who recently charted with ‘Bodak Yellow’ (#33 Nov. ’17). Other tracks from 24K Magic to chart include the title track (#3 Dec. ’16) and ‘That’s What I Like’ (#5 Apr. ’17).

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Check out video highlights of the top 10 singles HERE


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Albums:

Top 5:

1. Soundtrack ‘The Greatest Showman’ 

2. Ed Sheeran ‘÷’

3. P!nk ‘Beautiful Trauma’

4. Eminem ‘Revival’ 

5. Taylor Swift ‘Reputation’

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Albums Chartifacts:

#1: Soundtrack ‘The Greatest Showman’ – The soundtrack to The Greatest Showman sits in the top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for a second straight week. The album’s ‘This Is Me’, by Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble, has hit a new peak on the Singles Chart this week at #19. Another track, ‘Rewrite The Stars’ by Zac Efron & Zendaya, has debuted at #42.

#6: Post Malone ‘Stoney’ – In its 21st week in the top 50, Post Malone’s debut album hits a new peak at #6. Stoney has previously peaked, for two weeks, at #9.

#10: Soundtrack ‘Moana’ – Moving up from #15, the soundtrack to Moana returns to the top ten for a 23rd week. It’s the album’s 55th week in the top 50.

#14: Bruno Mars ‘24K Magic’ – With ‘Finesse’ debuting at #15 on the Singles Chart, its parent album 24K Magic climbs back up 15 spots in its 49th week in the chart.

#24: Kendrick Lamar ‘Damn.’ – Kendrick Lamar’s Damn. climbs back up nine spots to #24 in its 35th week in the top 50. Lamar and fellow rapper SZA have debuted at #34 on this week’s Singles Chart with ‘All The Stars’, the first track from Black Panther: The Album.

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Streaming Singles:

Top 5:

1. Ed Sheeran ‘Perfect’

2. Post Malone ‘I Fall Apart’

3. Eminem Feat. Ed Sheeran ‘River’ 

4. Post Malone Feat. 21 Savage ‘Rockstar’

5. NF ‘Let You Down’

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ABOUT THE ARIA CHART:

The national ARIA Chart is Australia’s pre-eminent music chart representing a broad cross section of retail outlets. More than 1200 music retailers, including department stores, chain stores, independent retailers, streaming outlets, and digital providers contribute their data to ARIA to ensure that comprehensive charts are compiled across various genres and categories during any given week.

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