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Chart Analysis February 8, 2016

Chart Wrap: ZAYN debuts at #1 in ARIA charts

Hot 100

Once again, Snakehips featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper hold onto the #1 spot for another week with All My Friends.Justin Bieber also holds on with Love Yourself remaining at #2 for another week.

Zara Larsson and DJ Snake switch spots this week as DJ Snake moves into #3 with Middle from #4, pushing Zara Larsson’s Lush Life to #4.

Duke Dumont’s Ocean Drive is up two spots to #5 from #7, Elle King’s Ex’s & Oh’s also makes moves to #8 up from #14.

Rihanna featuring Drake makes its debut into the Hot 100 with Work coming in at #14. Ex-1Dmember ZAYN also makes his solo debut into the charts this week as Pillowtalk debuts at #17.

Moving deeper into the charts, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ Downtown jumps two spots from #38 to #35, while The Rubens’Hold Me Back also sees movement jumping to #51 from last week’s #68.

ARIA Singles

Debuting high this week is ZAYN’s Pillowtalk heading straight to #1 pushing Jonas Blue’s Fast Car off the top to #5. Flume holds on to his #2 spot with Never Be Like You featuring Kai while Charlie Puth’s One Call Away makes a subtle move to #3 from #4.

Kiiara’s Gold reaches a new peak at #6 up from last week’s #16, meanwhile Rihanna featuring Drake and their track Work debuts at #10.

Twenty-One Pilots make some serious movement with Stressed Out coming in at #11 up from #29, while Flo Rida’s My House moves to #20 from #27.

Other debuts this week include Flume’s Smoke & Retribution coming in at #23 and Drake’s Summer Sixteen debuting at #25.

ARIA Albums

Sia’s highly anticipated album This Is Acting debuts at the top of the ARIA Album charts this week taking the #1 spot from Adele’s 25, pushing the queen of the charts to #2.

David Bowie is still hanging around at the top with his 25thand final studio album Blackstar remaining at #3, and Nothing Has Changed (The Very Best Of David Bowie) at #4 for another consecutive week.

Rihanna’s new album Anti debuts at #5 this week, joining her is Charlie Puth’s Nine Track Mind debuting at #8 and Dream Theatre’s The Astonishing, which debutsat #10.

Bloc Party also debut high with Hymns coming in at #15, meanwhile Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly makes big moves sitting at #14 up from last week’s #25.

Elle King ‘s debut album Love Stuff debuts at #32 alongside Sydney metalcore band Polaris with The Guilt and The Grief debuting at #34.

Jarryd James re-enters the charts with Thirty-One sitting at #42, Melanie Martinez also re-enters the charts with Cry Baby coming in at #45.

Click hereto view all this week’s charts, including our HOT100 national airplay (by genre & state), iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, ARIA, AIR & AMRAP.


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