Miley Cyrus' Invincible 'Flowers' Stays At #1 For A Tenth Week On The Radio Monitor Hot 50

31 March 2023 | 1:20 pm | Mary Varvaris

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

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Another week tracking the Radio Monitor Hot 50, another week - a tenth one - on top for Miley Cyrus and her invincible Flowers. After 11 weeks on the chart, Metro Boomin feat. The Weeknd and 21 Savage’s Creepin' has reached its highest place at #2 (last week #4).

P!nk’s Trustfall has fallen a place to #3, with Ed Sheeran’s newest single, Eyes Closed, making its debut directly behind. From there, Peking Duk’s take on I Want You featuring the Savage Garden vocalist himself, Darren Hayes, follows, with Oliver Tree and Robin Schulz's Miss You, Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero, The Kid LAROI’s Love Again, Stephen Sanchez Until I Found You and Special by Lizzo making up the top ten.

Miley Cyrus’ new single, River, sits stubbornly at #14 - who knows if any other songs from Endless Summer Vacation can find the same longevity as Flowers? After debuting at #47 last week, Sheppard’s newest tune, Good Time, has leapt up to #35. Besides that one and the new Ed Sheeran song, the remainder of the chart is unsurprising, with the main players - Harry Styles, Post Malone, OneRepublic, Lewis Capaldi, and more floating around.

Over on the TikTok chart, The King Khan & BBQ Show’s Love You So is back at #1, with Blicky by Fresh x Reckless immediately following and Saweetie’s BO$$ CHICK at #3. John Phillips's WHY ARE PPL USING THIS SOUND is fourth, Fifty Fifty’s Cupid (Twin Ver.) is #8, VOID by Melanie Martinez is at #9, and ceilings by Lizzy McAlpine is nowhere to be seen.

After spending a few weeks at #1, Benee’s Green Honda has fallen to #19, with Eliza Rose’s Better Love regaining the top spot on the triple j chart. Tash Sultana’s James Dean is second, having leapt up 14 places from last week’s chart. Rhyme Dust by MK & Dom Dolla follows, with The Jungle Giants Trippin’ Up in fourth place. Elsewhere, Alex Lahey is having a Good Time in the sixth spot, and Your Funeral by MAY-A has debuted at #20.

On the NIMA Chart, The Kid LAROI’s Love Again retains the top spot for a ninth 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 seventh week, with Jessica Mauboy debuting at #4 with Right Here, Right Now. Dean Brady’s Falling stays fifth, King Stingray’s Raypirri is seventh, Baker Boy and Bernard Fanning take out #8 with Wish You Well, and Ziggy Ramo and Alice Skye’s Sugar Coated Lies is ninth.

Morgan Wallen’s Last Night stays strong for a third week at #1 on the Countrytown Hot 50 - surely accompanying his CMC Rocks appearance and Australian tour. James Johnston follows closely at #2 with Got It Good, while Hardy's song Wait In The Truck ft. Lainey Wilson has moved up three places to third.

Casey BarnesSummer Nights is fourth, and Kaylee Bell’s BOOTS N ALL is fifth. Morgan Evans’s Over For You appears at #11, Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown’s duet Thank God stays on the chart for a 27th week, this week at #16, Growin Up & Gettin Old by Luke Combs is a spot behind, and Aussies Busby Marou, Melody Moko, Loren Ryan, Sara Berki, and 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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