Miley Cyrus Spends Another Week On Top Of The Radio Monitor Hot 50

17 March 2023 | 1:31 pm | Mary Varvaris

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

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Miley Cyrus spends her eighth week at #1 on the Radio Monitor Hot 50 with Flowers. Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero is still right behind - it seems that Aussie radio and audiences can’t get enough of singing those choruses and you know what, fair enough.

P!nk’s Trustfall holds strong in third place, with Creepin’ by Metro Boomin feat. The Weeknd & 21 Savage in fourth place. I Want You by Peking Duk feat. Darren Hayes has crept up to #5, with Miss You by Oliver Tree & Robin Schulz, Celestial by Ed Sheeran, and The Kid LAROI’s Love Again at #8. Stephen Sanchez with Until I Found You and Splendour In The Grass headliner Lizzo (with Special) close the top ten.

Elsewhere on the Hot 50, River, Miley’s second single from her latest album, Endless Summer Vacation, debuts at #28 - where will the track end up next week? Budjerah’s Therapy climbs two spots from #21 to #19, that Ed Sheeran support slot boosting the young Coodjingburra singer into the mainstream. 

Sam Smith & Kim PetrasUnholy spends its 24th week in the Hot 50 at #20, while Meghan Trainor’s Mother debuts at #24. Dean LewisHow Do I Say Goodbye has dropped four places from #40 to #44. Boy’s A Liar hasn’t had the upward trajectory it's experienced on other charts yet, with PinkPantheress stubbornly at #46. I’m not sure what’s brought Mr Brightside into the Hot 50, but The Killers are 49th on the chart with the Sam Fischer and Amy Shark collaboration High On You debuting at #50.

Over on the TikTok chart, Mother is a smash hit at #3, with Boy’s A Liar pt. 2 (featuring Ice Spice) directly behind. Topping the TikTok chart this week is It's Called: Freefall (Sped Up) by Rainbow Kitten Surprise, with PAINTING PICTURES by Superstar Pride and You Gotta Move by Mississippi Fred McDowell (at #6 and #7, respectively) making appearances alongside a sped-up version of ceilings by Lizzy McAlpine and MELANCHOLY by White Cherry.

After spending a few weeks in second place, Benee’s Green Honda has sped into #1 on the triple j chart. The New Zealand singer has already toppled Eliza Rose’s Better Love, last week’s #1. If We Ever Broke Up by Mae Stephens has moved up ten places to #3, with Pacific Avenue’s Spin Me Like Your Records spinning up five spots to #6. 

Tame Impala’s Dungeons & Dragons number, Wings Of Time has debuted at #9, with Paramore’s C'est Comme Ca closing the top ten. Nicki Minaj has had a great week, with Red Ruby Da Sleeze coming in at #11 after sitting at #61 last week. Arlo Parks has entered the top 20 with Weightless (#13), with Rhinestone 1.7.2 by Flume and Isabella Manfredat #15.

The Kid LAROI and Budjerah snap up the top two spots on the NIMA Chart for a third week, with Love Again and Therapy, respectively. The Kid LAROI is also third, fourth and ninth with STAY, Thousand Miles and Without You. Beddy RaysRhythms is fifth, Sugar Coated Lies by Ziggy Ramo feat. Alice Skye is sixth, with Dean Brady’s Falling making its debut at #7. Wish You Well by Baker Boy feat. Bernard Fanning is eighth, and King Stingray close the chart with Raypirri.

After four weeks on the Countrytown Hot 50, Morgan Wallen’s Last Night takes first place just in time for the week of the CMC music festival. James Johnston is #2 with Got It Good, Kaylee Bell is third with Boots And All, while Casey Barnes is enjoying some Summer Nights at #4. Morgan Evans’ break-up single, Over For You, is eighth, with his ex-wife Kelsea Ballerini nowhere to be found on the chart. Keith Urban, Ashleigh Dallas, Melody Moko, Loren Ryan and many more also appear on the chart. 

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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