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Miley's Run On The Radio Monitor Hot 50 Has Ended, Ed Sheeran At #1

19 May 2023 | 1:44 pm | Mary Varvaris

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

Photo of Miley Cyrus & Ed Sheeran

Photo of Miley Cyrus & Ed Sheeran (Source: Supplied)

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The Radio Monitor Hot 50 has finally seen a change-up at the top of the chart, with Ed Sheeran knocking Miley Cyrus’s Flowers from #1 with Eyes Closed. Cyrus ended her run at #1 after 17 weeks. How long will Sheeran last at #1?

Tiesto & Tate McRae have moved up to #4 with 10:35, with Cyrus and Pink above them. Morgan Wallen maintains eighth place with Last Night, while Miss You by Oliver Tree & Robin Schulz enter the Top 10 after spending last week at #12. Baby Don’t Hurt Me by David Guetta feat. Anne-Marie & Coi Leray has taken that place after being seventeenth last week.

Elsewhere, Taylor Swift’s Karma has leapt from last week’s #44 all the way to #18. Her previous #1 hit, Anti-Hero is one spot above it. At #24 is Rita Ora feat. Fatboy Slim, putting her own spin on a classic with Praising You. The track was #35 last week. Towards the end of the Hot 50 is a new debut from Harry Styles with Satellite, landing at #48 this week. Where will he be next week?


Over on the TikTok Chart, Cupid - Twin Ver. (FIFTY FIFTY) Sped Up Version sits at #1. It’s followed by Keep Dat N**** by Icandy, the previous #1, and Get You The Moon by Kina. Bounce When She Walk by Ohboyprince spends a second week at #4. An older song appears at #8 – Dog Days Are Over by Florence + The Machine, with Kali Uchis retaining popularity at #10 with a sped-up version of Moonlight. Arcade Player’s Coconut Mall (From "Mario Kart") zooms in at #11.

Last week’s #3 on the triple j Chart, TMO (Turn Me On) by Luude & Bru-C feat. Kevin Lyttle, has landed at #1 this week, followed by the UK indie-rock sensation The Last Dinner Party at #2 with Nothing Matters. Not Strong Enough by boygenius (Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus) has leapt up ten spots to take third place.

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Never Felt So Alone by Labrinth feat. Billie Eilish is fourth (last week #18), Raw Raw by K. Flay is sixth (last week #40), Scary Movies by The Rions is seventh (last week #29), and previously-held #1 Nothing But Thieves are tenth with Welcome To The DCC. At the end of the list, Maisie Peters has entered the top 20 with Lost The Breakup.


On the NIMA Chart, The Kid LAROI’s Love Again retains the top spot for the 16th week. His other tunes, Stay featuring Justin Bieber, Thousand Miles and Without You, are at #3, #6 and #10, respectively. Budjerah’s Therapy is second for a 14th week, with Jessica Mauboy remaining at #4 with Right Here, Right Now.

Meanwhile, KIAN & Becca Hatch stay in fifth place with All Of Me. Dean Brady is seventh with Falling, Baker Boy and Bernard Fanning take out #9 with Wish You Well. Last week’s #10, Don’t Really Care by Djanaba, lands at #8.

The reign of Morgan Wallen continues on the Countrytown Hot 50, with Last Night keeping Casey Barnes, James Johnston and Kaylee Bell from the top spot. Luke Combs remains at #5 in his Fast Car, while Jackson Dean’s Fearless has moved from #11 up to #7.

At #12, Aussie Morgan Evans makes a debut with Hey Little Mama, while Andrew Swift’s You And Me And A Bottle Of Whiskey has bounced from #31 to #18. Shane Profitt has also experienced a six-spot jump to #26 with How It Oughta Be, while Lainey Wilson’s Heart Like A Truck has fallen to #27 (last week #19). Zac & George make their debut at #31 with Sleep On It, Brooke McClymont & Adam Eckersley have their newest number, Lost If I Lost You, debut at #39, and another debut for Brad Cox at #45 with Acres.

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.