Chart Wrap: Sydney’s RÜFÜS top Albums chart
The Hot 100 sees little movement this week as Snakehips featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper hold onto the #1 spot with All My Friends for another week in a row. Chart neighbour Justin Bieber remains at #2 with his song Love Yourself featuring Ed Sheeran.
Zara Larsson breaks into the top of the charts this week with Lush Life coming in at #3, up five spots from last week’s #8, while DJ Snake featuring Bipolar Sunshine and their track Middle moves into the #4 spot, down from last week’s #3.
Shawn Mendes’ Stitches moves to #5 this week up from #6.
Mashd N Kutcher’s My Sunshine makes its debut into the Top 10 coming in at #8 up from last week’s #12. Following him is The Weeknd with In The Night also making its Top 10 debut landing at #9 up from last week’s #14.
Jonas Blue tops the ARIA Singles charts this week with his electro-pop cover of Tracey Chapman’s 1988 classic Fast Car featuring Dakota, pushing Bieber’s Love Yourself featuring Ed Sheeran to #3.
Flume seems to have his eyes on #1 as he slides into the #2 spot with Never Be Like You featuring Kai, it’s up from last week’s #10. Also making big moves is Charlie Puth’s One Call Away at #4 up from last week’s #11.
Selena Gomez’s Hands To Myself comes in at #13 up from last week’s #30. Sitting behind her is L D R U’s Keeping Score at #14 up from #32.
The Chainsmoker’s Roses sits at #17 up a massive 20 spots from last week’s #37 while Marcus Marr & Chet Faker sit at #19 with The Trouble With Us up four spots from last week’s #23.
Electronic trioRÜFÜSmake quite the entrance into the charts this week as their second album Bloom debuts at #1, pushing the queen of the charts Adele into #2 with her album 25.
David Bowie’s Nothing Has Changed (The Best Of David Bowie) moves into #4 up from last week’s #5, while his latest album Blackstar sits above at #3, down from last week’s #2.
Megadeth’s new album Dystopia makes its debut this week at #6 while The Eagles’The Complete Greatest Hits makes its Top 10 debut at #10 up from #14.
The Rubens have re-entered the charts this week with Hoops coming in at #15 while Tame Impala sit next to them with their album Currents coming in at #16 up from last week’s #40.
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