Miley Cyrus Creeps Up The Radio Monitor Hot 50

27 January 2023 | 1:42 pm | Mary Varvaris

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

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This week's Hot 50 looks similar to many others: Taylor Swift's Anti-Hero is still #1, Lil Nas X's League Of Legends World Anthem, Star Walkin has moved up to second, putting Ed Sheeran's Celestial in third place, with Miley Cyrus's latest single, Flowers, up in fourth after debuting at #11 last week. 

Directly below the Midnight Sky hitmaker are Sam Smith and Kim Petras's hit, Unholy, Post Malone and Roddy Rich's Cooped Up, and Lewis Capaldi's Forget Me. Beyoncé's Cuff It has moved down to #12, with the top 10 being rounded up by Meghan Trainor's Made You Look, David Guetta and Bebe Rexha's I'm Good (Blue) and Shouse with their Jason Derulo collab, Never Let You Go.

Aside from Shouse at #10, Aussies don't appear again until Dean Lewis at #17 with How Do I Say Goodbye, PNAU and Troye Sivan remain at #20 with You Know What I Need, Amy Shark's Only Wanna Be With You is 28th, Vance Joy's Clarity is 38th, his newest single Catalonia is at #33, and The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber's hit STAY remains on the chart for its 81st week at #43. 

Flowers tops the TikTok chart for a second week. The US singer is followed by a sped-up version of Miguel's Sure Things, Hey Mickey by Baby Tate, Her Way (sped up) by PARTYNEXTDOOR, The King Khan & BBQ Show's Love You So, and more. An acoustic rendition of Becky Hill's Remember also features, as does the Family Guy Main Title. Some things - like Family Guy and King Khan - seem to circle back to TikTok regularly.

On this week's triple j chart, The Moving Stills top the list with Better. Adam Newling's Barmy has moved up to #2, Gracie Abrams' Where Do We Go Now? has debuted at #3, Oh My by Luude feat. Issey Cross and Moby is #4 and Sugar Coated Lies by Ziggy Ramo feat. Alice Skye is fifth. MAY-A's Sweat You Out My System has debuted at #7. Other debuts include Soju (#10) by Redhook and Sly Withers, Boy's A Liar (#12) by PinkPantheress, Chela's Cool 2B Queer at #13, Kali Uchis with I Wish You Roses (#16), Matt Corby's Reelin' at #18, and Memphis LK's Coffee at #20.

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After 81 weeks, The Kid LAROI dominance continues on the NIMAs airplay chart; he retains the top two spots with his bangers, Justin Bieber collab STAY and Thousand Miles. He's also picked up fourth place with WITHOUT YOU. Tia Gostelow is third with Say It To My Face. Ziggy Ramo's collaboration with Alice Skye, Sugar Coated Lies, Baker Boy and Bernard Fanning's reworked Wish You Well, and Kanada The Loop, Becca Hatch, and Thelma Plum snap up the remaining spots.  

In the world of country music, The Wolfe Brothers have leapt up to first place with Livin' The Dream while Thomas Rhett and Katy Perry's collaboration, Where We Started is second. Casey Barnes' Small Town is #3, Kaylee Bell's Small Town Friday Nights is #4, and Mackenzie Porter's Pickup is fifth. Elsewhere on the Countrytown Top 50 chart are The Music cover artist Loren Ryan, James Johnston and Kaylee Bell, Morgan Evans, Keith Urban, The Buckleys, Carrie Underwood, Ashleigh Dallas, and The Whitlams.

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.