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Chart Analysis February 3, 2016

Midweek ARIA Predications: Sia to debut high on the ARIA Album charts

ARIA Singles

It is likely that Jonas Blue’s Fast Car will hold onto his #1 spot next week with Flume right next to him with Never be Like You featuring Kai at #2.

Charlie Puth’s One Call Away has been making big moves across the charts and it’s very possible that he may just take the #3 spot away from Justin Bieber’s Love Yourself.

Kiiara’s Gold is likely to move into the Top 10 from this week’s #16 spot, as will The Rubens with Hoops.

This week’s new entry Stressed Out by Twenty One Pilots will move into The Top 15 from this week’s debut at #29. ZHU x Skrillex x THEY’s track Working For It will also make big moves inot the Top 30 from this week’s #50 spot.

Zayn’s Pillowtalk is set to debut high next week as well as Flume featuring Vance Staples & Kucka with their track Smoke & Retribution.

Rihanna’s Work featuring Drake will debut high in the Top 10 with Drake’s other track Summer Sixteen debuting in the Top 20.

ARIA Albums

Rufus should not get too comfortable at the Top of the ARIA album charts this week because Sia is coming in strong with her seventh studio album This Is Acting.It could very well debut at #1 taking the throne from Rufus after just one week of enjoying the #1 spot.

A week of debuts; Rihanna’s ANTI is being released this week and should debut high in the Top 10. Charlie Puth’s Nine Track Mindwill also see itsdebut, and if it follows the chart movement of his single, the album should make big moves.

Elle King’s Love Stuff will debut in the Top 25 while Bloc Party’s Hymns should debut in the Top 20.

We will see some fresh movement from Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly moving into the Top 20 from this week’s #25. Twenty-One Pilots will also move back up the charts with their album Blurryface moving into the Top 25 from this week’s #39 position.

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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