Miley's 'Flowers' Aren't Going Anywhere On This Week's Radio Monitor Hot 50

21 April 2023 | 12:53 pm | Mary Varvaris

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

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This week’s Radio Monitor Hot 50 Chart leads with none other than Miley Cyrus clocking her 13th week at #1 with her empowerment anthem, Flowers. The smash hit remains above P!nk’s Trustfall, Ed Sheeran’s Eyes Closed, Creepin’ by Metro Boomin, 21 Savage & The Weeknd, and Until I Found You by Stephen Sanchez.

Peking Duk and Darren Hayes spend a second week at #6 with I Want You, followed by Tiesto & Tate McRae directly behind with their new collab, 10.35. Ed Sheeran picks up another spot in eighth place with Celestial, with Coi Leray’s Players - up four places to #9 - and Miss You by Oliver Tree and Robin Schulz closing the top 10.

Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero spends another week outside of the top 10 at #11, with fellow country star Morgan Wallen picking up four places to land at #14 with Last Night. The Kid LAROI’s Love Again has fallen eight places to #16. The other movers include Lizzo’s Special (down five places to #17), Chemical by Post Malone, debuting at #19, and Calvin Harris’s latest single, Miracle featuring Ellie Goulding, up seven places to hit #24. David Guetta has also experienced an impressive move up - after his new single Baby Don’t Hurt Me feat. Anne-Marie & Coi Leray debuted at #127 last week, it’s now at #31. P!nk’s Never Gonna Not Dance Again closes the Hot 50, with the final spots in the chart pretty stagnant.

On the TikTok chart, Lah Pat & Flo Milli’s Rodeo (Remix) sits in first place for the second week. The track is followed by the TikTok mainstay, which appears every second week or so, King Khan & BBQ Show’s Love You So. Summer Walker & NO1-NOAH land at #3 with White Tee, Jack Black takes #4 with Peaches, and in fifth place is MON LOVE OHO by Liamsi. At #12 is Just A Girl, No Doubt’s cover of the Talk Talk classic. Is a new TikTok trend afoot?

UK rockers Nothing But Thieves top the triple j chart this week with their dance-rock number, Welcome To The DCC, as their Groovin The Moo and headline shows kick off today. Last week’s #1, LastlingsNoise, is in second place, with fellow Groovin act Royel Otis debuting at #3 with Going Kokomo. DMA’S debut at #4 with Forever, beginning a solid string of debuts from more artists, including venbee at #5 with gutter, Never Felt So Alone by Labrinth and Billie Eilish at #6, Not Strong Enough by the indie rock supergroup boygenius (Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus) at #8, The Rions at #10 with Scary Movies, Maisie Peters Lost The Breakup at #12, and American rock band Pierce The Veil closing the top 20, debuting with Emergency Contact.

On the NIMA Chart, The Kid LAROI’s Love Again retains the top spot for the 12th week. His other tunes, Stay featuring Justin Bieber, Thousand Miles and Without You, are at #3, #6 and #8, respectively. Budjerah’s Therapy is second for a tenth week, with Jessica Mauboy remaining at #4 with Right Here, Right Now.

Meanwhile, KIAN & Becca Hatch have moved up a place to #5 with All Of Me. Dean Brady is seventh with Falling, Rhythms by Beddy Rays is #10, and Baker Boy and Bernard Fanning take out #9 with Wish You Well.

On the Countrytown Hot 50, Morgan Wallen maintains his reign on top with Last Night. Casey Barnes has moved up a place to #2 with Summer Nights, taking James Johnston’s place, but he’s still Got It Good at #3. Kaylee Bell is fourth with Boots N All, and The Wolfe Brothers nab fifth place with Livin’ The Dream

Hardy and Lainey Wilson’s collaboration, Wait In The Truck, continues to do well, landing at #10 this week. Aussie Melanie Dyer’s Song For That debuts at #28, with Luke O’Shea’s Hey Jumbulla (The Ghost Of Mickey Brennan) a few places behind at #31. Sammy White’s Diamonds & Dolly lands at #33, Tim McGraw’s Standing Room Only at #37, Look At Us Now by Marcus Mumford & Maren Morris at #46, and Luke Combs debuts at #50 with Love You Anyway.

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.

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