Thu. Feb 9th, 2023

SZA cleans-up on the Australian singles chart with “Kill Invoice” (through RCA/Sony), whereas Taylor Swift enters a tenth non-consecutive week at No. 1 on the nationwide albums survey with Midnights (Common).


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Swift’s tenth and newest album turns into her longest-reigning No. 1 on the ARIA Chart, eclipsing the nine-week run for 1989’s 2014. On the newest chart, revealed Friday, Jan. 13, 1989 dips 19-20.

“Congratulations Taylor! Ten weeks at No. 1 is a superb achievement and 10 chart-topping albums in simply 12 years is unbelievable,” feedback ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd. “Australia’s love affair with Taylor and her music will not be slowing down.”

Midnights manages to carry off SZA’s SOS from a primary stint on the albums chart throne, because it holds at No. 2 — although the U.S. R&B star goes one higher on the ARIA Singles Chart.

In per week that noticed SZA drop a bloody music video for “Kill Invoice,” the observe lifts 2-1 on the ARIA Chart for her first chief in Australia.

Till now, SZA’s greatest was a No. 2 putting for “All The Stars” with Kendrick Lamar, lifted from the Black Panther soundtrack in 2018. She additionally featured on Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me Extra,” which peaked at No. 2 in 2021.

“Kill Invoice” switches locations with Sam Smith & Kim Petras’ “Unholy” (Capitol/Common), which slips 1-2, simply days after Smith carried out an unique, intimate live performance on the d’Arenberg Dice vineyard in McLaren Vale, Adelaide.

Raye’s “Escapism” (Orchard) that includes U.S. rapper 070 Shake reaches a brand new excessive, up 7-4. The British singer and songwriter snagged the U.Ok. No. 1 this week with “Escapism,” launched independently after her public cut up with Polydor, a part of Common Music Group.

In the meantime, Dean Lewis’ “How Do I Say Goodbye” (Island/Common) is the best-placed homegrown observe on Australia’s official singles chart, up 26-16, simply two locations faraway from its peak place.

Additionally noteworthy is Stephen Sanchez and Em Beihold’s darkish horse “Till I Discovered You” (Common), which races 30-12, six months after it first impacted the highest 100, whereas Skrillex, Fred Once more and Flowdan bag the week’s highest debut, as “Rumble” (Atlantic/Warner) begins at No. 35.

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