DaBaby Rocks the Australian Chart For First No. 1

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DaBaby is accountable for Australia’s singles chart this week as “Rockstar” (Interscope/Common) that includes Roddy Ricch climbs to the summit for the primary time.

“Rockstar” rises 2-1 in its fifth week on the ARIA Singles Chart, giving the U.S. rappers their first No. 1 within the land Down Below.

Lifted from DaBaby’ Blame It On Baby, “Rockstar” additionally guidelines this week’s Official U.K. Singles Chart.

In the meantime, SAINt JHN’s six-week reign involves an finish as “Roses” (Sony) slips 2-1, whereas The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” (Republic/Common) dips 2-3, Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” (Universal) is down Three-Four and Doja Cat’s “Say So” (RCA/Sony) is unchanged at No. 5.

The best new debut belongs to Katy Perry whose “Daisies” (Capitol/EMI) begins at No. 37. After bagging three high 50 entries in 2019, it’s Perry first look on the chart in 2020.

The U.S. pop star has been a digital visitor on TV screens in these parts. She appeared as a visitor decide on Channel Ten’s Masterchef final week, a spot filmed whereas she made a promotional journey to Australia in March.

Over on the ARIA Albums Chart, Aussie blues rock outfit The Teskey Brothers earn their first No. 1 with Stay At The Discussion board (Ivy League/Universal), minimize in November 2019 throughout a four-night stand at The Discussion board, of their hometown Melbourne.

The album options tracks from their earlier two albums Half Mile Harvest (No. 18 in June 2017) and Run House Sluggish (No. 2 in August 2019) and a canopy of John Lennon’s “Jealous Guy.”

Chicago rapper Polo G scores his first high 10 as The Goat (Columbia/Sony) opens its account at No. 10.

Future luggage a brand new solo profession excessive together with his Billboard 200 chart chief Excessive Off Life (Sony). It’s new at No. 15 on the ARIA chart. Additionally, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit rating a profession greatest with Reunions (Universal), new at No. 19, whereas Charli XCX’s How I am Feeling Now (Atlantic/Warner), which she recorded in self-isolation, begins at No. 37.

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