While Miley Cyrus holds onto #1 for another week.
Embedded for a fourth week at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart is Miley's Flowers, with an extra seedling for the track this week too.
After four consecutive weeks at #1 Flowers for Miley Cyrus has by-passed Gold sales status and bloomed straight into ▲Platinum accreditation this week, plus the track is now the longest-running #1 single since Taylor Swift and her Anti-Hero spent six weeks at the top of the singles chart from October 31st, 2022. The track is again at the top in England, Ireland, New Zealand (all fourth week), The U.S.A., Canada, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands, World Chart (all third week), Norway and France (both second week) and newly at the summit in both Denmark and Sweden, plus again at #2 in Germany (former #1), Finland and Portugal (peak positions).
Also holding for a fourth week is the SZA track Kill Bill at #2, matching the position on the Albums Chart with the song's parent album SOS (LW-3). Last week was the post-triple j Hottest 100 chart, while this past week the Grammy Award were held, and that influences some of this week's singles chart, as winner for 'Best Single Pop, duo, group performance' went to Sam Smith and Kim Petras for their track Unholy, which the pair also sung on the night of the Awards, all helping the song to climb back up two places and land at #3, while the track was last certified as ▲Platinum on Nov. 28th, 2022, this week it is newly 3x▲Platinum in sales.
Sam and Kim's rise back up pushes down Escapism for RAYE with 070 Shake to #4, while her debut album My 21st Century Blues has landed at #2 in her home country of England, it has not charted within our Top 50 Album this week. Taylor Swift won a single Grammy this year for 'Best Video Clip' for All Too Well, and her current single Anti-Hero is back up one spot to #5, while she also retakes the albums summit this week with Midnights for a twelfth overall week at #1 there.
Reclaiming his position within the Top 10 this week is local artist The Kid LAROI with last week's entry for Love Again leaping up eight places this week to land at a new peak of #6, becoming his sixth Top 10 single locally and his first since Thousand Miles debuted and peaked at #4 from early May of 2022, plus he issued another track on Friday (Feb. 10th) called Kids are Growing Up (Part 1), his third new track for 2023.
Not moving from the #7 spot is the Oliver Tree and Robin Schulz teaming for their version of Miss You, followed by three rising tracks; Creepin' for Metro Boomin', The Weeknd and 21 Savage and I Ain't Worried (WI10-27) for OneRepublic, both up a single spot each to #8 and #10 respectively. One of the multiple Grammy Award winners this past week was Harry Styles, who scored 'Album of the Year', 'Best Pop Vocal Album' and 'Best Engineered Album' all for Harry's House, while he performed the album's lead single As it Was on the night, which has helped that track to climb back up six places and land at #9 this week, racking up its 36th week within the Top 10, becoming now the seventh longest running Top 10 entry in Australian Chart History.
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Miguel and his Sure Thing jump six spots to score a new peak of #11 this week, while the track is within the Top 10 overseas in New Zealand (#5; peak last week at #4), England (#4; new peak), Ireland (10 to a new peak of #8), equals its former peak in the U.S.A. (#36), and climbs again in Canada (new peak of #18). Leaving the Top 10 this week are three tracks, Made You Look (HP-3, WI10-11) for Meghan Trainor (10 to #12), and last week's two J100 rebounding tracks; Eliza Rose with B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All) (HP-4x2, WI10-9) down seven to #15 followed by a massive twelve place dive to #16 for Flume and Say Nothing (HP-4, WI10-1).
Stephen Sanchez and Em Beihold with Until I Found You is back up three places to #13, one place shy of its #12 peak from January 16th, with further Top 20 climbs being for Tiësto and Tate McRae's 10:35 (HP-13) up one spot to #17 and Beyoncé is also up a single place to #20 with Cuff it, which won a Grammy Award for 'Best R&B Song', while she also won for 'Best Dance and Electronic Album' for Renaissance (Act 1), and she claimed the record for most Grammy Wins ever on the night too, also winning for 'Best Dance/Electronic Recording' for the albums first issued track Break My Soul, plus 'Best Traditional R&B Performance' for Plastic Off The Sofa.
Last week rapper Coi Leray entered the Top 50 with The Message sampled track Players, which this week jumps up thirteen places to land at a new peak of #18, while it also jumps in England (19 to #12), Ireland (19 to #13), holds at its peak of #6 in New Zealand and also leaps in both The U.S.A. (49 to #38) and more so in Canada (47 to #28). This is followed by a six place drop to #19 for the Steve Lacy track Bad Habit, which he sang at The Grammys this past week.
Two debuts, one climber and one non-mover within the Top 30 this week, with the rise going to current Red Hot Chili Peppers support act Post Malone whose latest track I Like You (A Happier Song) alongside Doja Cat jumps back up nine places to #26, while the stable track is at #22 for Zach Bryan and Something in the Orange, which cracks the New Zealand Top 10 for the first time this week (13 to #9) and remains at its #14 peak in Canada again.
Central Cee and his Passenger infused track Let Go is down to #21, while dropping to #23 is the Rema and Selena Gomez track Calm Down, with Glass Animals' Heat Wave slowly dropping, this week down only one spot to #24. Dean Lewis is down four to #28 with his ballad How Do I Say Goodbye, while either side of that track are two dropping duets; Drake and 21 Savage with Rich Flex (25 to #27) and Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) for Elton John and Dua Lipa (26 to #29), which is also celebrating its one-and-a-half-years upon the chart (78 weeks).
The title track from the February 17th due ninth studio album for P!nk called Trustfall snuck into the Top 100 last week at #65, and this week the track leaps up thirty-four places to land at #31, with it being the second track lifted from the forthcoming album, as she hit #64 on November 14th, 2022 with Never Gonna Not Dance Again. Another two songs which leap into the Top 40 from the lower depths of last week's Top 100 are Sam Smith with their second single from the Gloria album I'm Not Here to Make Friends, up thirty-seven places to land at #40.
The other is current tourist as a part of the Laneway Festival, British producer, singer, DJ, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fred again.. who sees his dance track Delilah (Pull Me Out of This) (J100 #14; #6 ARIA Dance Chart) rise thirty-two spots and land at #37, while he recently made his Top 50 debut as a part of the Skrillex track Rumble (HP-32; #8 ARIA Dance Chart ), and also charted last week with Jungle (#88, J100#26; #10 ARIA Dance Chart) and could this week see his August 2022 issued single with Swedish House Mafia called Turn on the Lights Again crack the chart this week (J100#18, it's #12 on the ARIA Dance Chart this week).
Sunroof for Nicky Youre and dazy is down four to #32, JVKE's Golden Hour remains stable at #33, with a new Top 10 entry this week the older Kid LAROI track Stay drops down seven places to #34. Luke Combs drops five to #35 with The Kind Of Love We Make, while last week he debuted at #59 with his new track Growin' Up and Gettin' Old. Lizzo won two Grammy Award this past week, 'Best Remixed Recording' and 'Record of the Year' for the song About Damn Time, which is this week down seven places to #39, while the other entry 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready) is right behind it, dropping nine spots to land at #38.
Tom Odell's Another Love drops back down five places to #41, while The Weeknd is back-to-back with himself this week as Save Your Tears dips two places to #42 and Die for You is back up three spots to #43. After peaking at #39 last week, the Tory Lanez song The Color Violet drops back down five places this week to #44, while the biggest drops within the Top 50 are Ferrari for James Hype down seven to #45, and Ed Sheeran with Bad Habits falling eight to #49, but he will be touring here in one weeks time (Feb. 17th in Brisbane), so this song should rebound, like it did this week in New Zealand (34 to #25) where he is currently playing shows.
Two more songs which climb into the Top 50 this week are South Korean five-piece girl-pop act NewJeans with OMG, up six spots to a new peak of #46, having so far travelled 57-73-64-52 within the lower fifty, plus they have a further lower chart entry called Ditto (HP-54, peaked Jan. 16th, 2023). The other climbing track is by George Ezra with the track Green Green Grass, sprouting thirteen places to land at #50, his first Top 50 placement since 2018's #1 song Shotgun (peaked at #1 for five weeks from September 24th, 2018), with this song originally being issued here in late July of 2022, it only cracked the Top 100 three weeks ago and has climbed 74-63-50, achieving Gold (●) in sales last week, while overall this is George's fourth Top 50 entry in Australia (the three previous all cracked the Top 10).
* #25 - Boy's a Liar by PinkPantheress (part 2 feat. Ice Spice) (Parlophone) is the first chart entry for the British rapper who issued this track in mid-December of 2022, but in the past two weeks it's seen an updated version with New York rapper Ice Spice adding her rapping to the track, which has helped the song this week to leap up 185 places from last week and debut at #25 (according to the ARIA Chart site). Similar chart feats also occur in England (45 to #8), Ireland (returning at #14), and New Zealand (#10 debut this week).
* #30 - Last Night by Morgan Wallen (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) is taken from the upcoming third studio album for the American Country singer called One Thing at a Time, due on March 3rd (3 weeks away). This track was preceded by Thought You Should Know (May 2022) and its previous chart-entry You Proof (HP-70, May 23rd, 2022). This new track becomes his first ever Top 50 entry in Australia, while his third Top 100 placement, as he made it to #88 for two weeks on the Diplo track Heartless (peaked October 14th and 28th, 2019).
Flowers by Miley Cyrus ▲ (first cert.)
Unholy by Sam Smith and Kim Petras ▲(was 1P)
HP = Highest Position
LW = Last Week
WI10 - Weeks in Top 10
*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 3rd to the 9th of February 2023
Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.