SZA cleans up the Australian Singles Chart with “Kill Bill” (via RCA/Sony) and Taylor Swift hits number 10.th Ranked No. 1 for a non-consecutive week in the U.S. album survey midnight (Universal).
swift 10th The latest album surpasses 1989’s 2014 streak of nine weeks, making it her longest reign at number one on the ARIA charts. In the latest chart published on Friday, January 13th, 1989 Dip to 19-20.
“Congratulations Taylor! 10 consecutive weeks at #1 is an incredible achievement and 10 albums at the top of the charts in just 12 years is unbelievable,” said the CEO of ARIA. One Annabel Hurd commented: “Australian love for Taylor and her music is undiminished.”
midnight I managed to suppress SZA SOS While holding number one and two on the albums chart, the US R&B star is number one on the ARIA singles chart.
A week after SZA dropped the bloody music video for “Kill Bill,” the track climbed 2-1 on the ARIA charts as her first leader in Australia.
SZA’s best so far was second place on “All the Stars” with Kendrick Lamar. black panther She also appeared in Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More”, which came in second place in 2021.
‘Kill Bill’ replaced Sam Smith & Kim Petras’ ‘Unholy’ (Capitol/Universal) just days after Smith gave an exclusive and intimate concert at the Darrenberg Cube Winery in McLaren Vale, Adelaide. It was 1 to 2 difference. .
Raye’s “Escapism” (Orchard), featuring US rapper 070 Shake, breaks new highs at 7-4. The British singer-songwriter hit No. 1 in the UK this week with “Escapism,” released independently after Universal Music’s public split with part of her group, Polydor.
Meanwhile, Dean Lewis’ “How Do I Say Goodbye” (Island/Universal) is the highest-ranked single on the Australian Official Singles Chart, rising from No. 26 to No. 16, just two places above the highest number. .
Also worth noting is Steven Sanchez and M Beyhold’s dark horse “Until I Found You” (Universal), which competed 30-12 six months after first impacting the Top 100. “Rumble” (Atlantic/Warner) starts at No. 35.