Miley Cyrus Can Write Her Name Atop The Hot 50

10 February 2023 | 2:10 pm | Mary Varvaris

All the action from this week's radio airplay and TikTok charts.

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After four weeks of climbing up the Radio Monitor Hot 50, Miley Cyrus has nabbed the top spot with her latest single, Flowers. She can certainly buy herself flowers and write her name in the sand - and atop the charts. Cyrus is followed by Taylor Swift's Anti-Hero, Ed Sheeran's Celestial in third place, Lil Nas X's League Of Legends World Anthem, Star Walkin at #4, and Lewis Capaldi's Forget Me at #5. 

Directly below Capaldi are Stephen Sanchez with Until I Found You, Post Malone and Roddy Rich's Cooped Up with Metro Boomin, The Weeknd and 21 Savage Creepin' to #8. Meghan Trainor's Made You Look and Miss You by Oliver Tree & Robin Schulz cap off the top ten.

Aside from The Kid LAROI's Love Again at #12, only seven other Australian songs appear on the Hot 50, and one of them is bafflingly Guy Sebastian's Choir at #49. Elsewhere, Shouse with their Jason Derulo collab, Never Let You Go at #18, Dean Lewis at #19 with How Do I Say Goodbye, PNAU and Troye Sivan are at #39 with You Know What I Need, Amy Shark's Only Wanna Be With You is #35, and Vance Joy finds Clarity at #38.

Flowers has moved out of the TikTok chart. Among the ten most popular tracks on the video-sharing platform this week are the 2011 single, Mrs Right by Mindless Behavior, the return of Love You So by The King Khan & BBQ Show, Boys A Liar pt. 2 by PinkPantheress and Ice Spice, a sped-up version of Cool Kids by Echosmith, and The New Girl In Town from the 2007 Hairspray soundtrack.

On this week's triple j chart, MAY-A's Sweat You Out My System has topped the chart after six weeks of bouncing through. The Kid LAROI's Love Again follows her at #2, Ruel's Must Be Nice from #15 to #3, SZA's Kill Bill at #4 and the PinkPantheress hit Boys A Liar is at #5. Aussie favourites DMA'S have catapulted from #43 to #8 with their latest single, Fading Like A Picture; Memphis LK is enjoying Coffee at #10 (up from 41); Ocean Alley, Thomas Headon, and Adam Newling also feature, while Peach PRC (with Perfect For You) and Teenage Dads with their Video Killed The Radio Star on Like A Version make impressive debuts at #17 and #18, respectively.

The Kid LAROI broke his own 82-week streak of STAY or Thousand Miles at #1 and #2 on the NIMAs airplay chart last week, pushing both songs back in favour of his new number, Love Again. Kanada The Loop has moved up from #8 to fourth with Nuh Uh, Tia Gostelow is sixth with Say It To My Face, Baker Boy and Bernard Fanning's reworked Wish You Well is seventh, Ziggy Ramo's collaboration with Alice Skye, Sugar Coated Lies follows, with Thelma Plum and King Stingray finishing the top 10.

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In the world of country music, The Wolfe Brothers retain first place with Livin' The Dream, while Mackenzie Porter's Pickup stays in second place. Keith Urban is hot on their heels with Street Called Main. Jackson Dean's Don't Come Lookin' follows, with Jelly Roll, Casey Barnes' Small Town, Morgan Wallen, Morgan Evans, and James Johnston and Kaylee Bell's SAME SONGS up next. Elsewhere on the Countrytown Top 50 chart are The Music cover artist Loren Ryan, The Buckleys, Carrie Underwood, Ashleigh Dallas, and Kane Brown.

There's also a host of great new tracks hitting streaming services this week, and you can check out all the latest on our Spotify and Apple Music playlists. There's something for everyone with selections from our tastemakers at The Music, Kill Your Stereo, Countrytown and Purple Sneakers. We've also got some fantastic new Aussie acts for you to discover on our state-based underground playlists, where you can find your new favourite artist.