Drake Dominates ARIA Singles Chart & Breaks Record Set By Kanye West Last Week

10 September 2021 | 5:01 pm | Staff Writer

The results are in!

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Drake has certainly made his presence known on this week's ARIA Charts. 

The Canadian artist has claimed the #1 on the Albums Chart with his latest, Certified Lover Boy. This marks the fourth #1 album for Drake on the Australian charts, following on from 2016's Views, 2018's Scorpion, and 2020's Dark Lane Demo Tapes

The success continues over on the Singles Chart where Drake has claimed a record this week with 20 tracks making it into the Top 50, giving him the record for most debuts in the Top 50 in one week. US rapper Kanye West broke the record last Friday when he saw 19 tracks make it into the Top 50. The record was previously set by Taylor Swift with 16 tracks in 2020.

Landing in the Top 50 is Girls Want Girls (#2), Fair Trade (#3), Champagne Poetry (#6), Way 2 Sexy (#7) and Papi’s Home (#8), Love All (#12), Knife Talk (#13), In The Bible (#14), Tsu (#16), No Friends In The Industry (#18), N 2 Deep (#19), Pipe Down (#23), 7am On Bridle Path (#28), Race My Mind (#29), IMY2 (#33), Fountains (#36), Yebba’s Heartbreak (#38), You Only Live Twice (#40), Get Along Better (#41) and F**king Fans (#46).

ABBA make their return to the Singles Chart this week with their first new music in nearly four decades. Don't Shut Me Down has landed at #27, with ballad I Still Have Faith In You coming in at #39. This marks the legendary group's first new music on the chart since The Day Before You Came at #48 in December 1982. 

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Looking at the wider Albums Chart, Iron Maiden have seen their latest, Senjutsu, comes in at #3 while also claiming the #1 on this week's Vinyl Chart. Imagine Dragons' Mercury - Act 1 land at #10 while Stray Kids' NOEASY debuts at #14.