After 14 weeks away from the #1 spot, Sydney’s The Child Laroi and Justin Bieber return to the highest of the ARIA singles chart with Keep. It’s the fifteenth week at #1 for the monitor which received The Child Laroi the Greatest Artist and Greatest Pop Launch trophies on the 2021 ARIA Awards. Keep got here in at #2 within the triple j Hottest 100, which was introduced on 22 January. Because it notches up 15 weeks at #1, Keep hits equal second on the record of most weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, becoming a member of Ed Sheeran’s Form Of You which of them hit #1 in January 2017.
This week’s high ten additionally contains Hottest 100-related strikes for Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow’s Business Child with a leap from #11 to #5, and Olivia Rodrigo’s Good 4 U leaping from #16 to #9.
The bottom-breaking week for The Wiggles continues with the long-lasting kids’s music group hitting #10 within the ARIA Singles Chart. Recorded for triple j’s Like A Model phase in March 2021, the band’s cowl of Tame Impala’s Elephant took out #1 on this 12 months’s triple j Hottest 100. In addition to being their first high ten entry, it turns into their first entry within the Singles Chart high 50. Their earlier peak on the ARIA Singles Chart was with their cowl of Daddy Cool’s Eagle Rock which hit #80 in March 2003.
Coming in at #9 within the Hottest 100, Rüfüs Du Sol’s On My Knees re-enters the chart at #22, a brand new peak. The monitor beforehand spent per week at #43 in November 2021.
There have been a slew of tracks transfer up the chart this week because of their entry within the Hottest 100: Doja Cat’s Kiss Me Extra (#18 to #15), Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever (#30 to #16), Lil Nas X’s THATS WHAT I WANT (#21 to #18), bbno$’s Edamame feat Wealthy Brian (#25 to #23), Vance Pleasure’s Lacking Piece (#27 to #25), Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License (#50 to #28), Lil Nas X’s Montero (Name Me By Your Title) (#34 to #29), and Doja Cat’s Want To Know (#49 to #40).
Final 12 months’s Hottest 100 winner, Warmth Waves by Glass Animals, additionally marks 60 weeks within the high 50.
American singer-songwriter Charlie Puth hit the singles chart for the primary time since 2017 with Mild Swap at #24. It’s the lead single from Puth’s forthcoming third studio album Charlie, which is ready for launch someday in 2022. Charlie Puth final appeared on the chart with How Lengthy at #17 in December 2017.
Perth band Spacey Jane declare their second ARIA high 50 entry of their profession as they debut at #34 with Heaps Of Nothing. The monitor, which positioned at #3 within the triple j Hottest 100, hits the chart a 12 months on from their first entry with Booster Seat which went on to win Tune Of The 12 months on the 2021 ARIA Awards.
American star Meat Loaf hits #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart together with his mammoth album Bat Out Of Hell. It turns into the album’s ninth week at #1 in Australia, having initially spent eight straight weeks within the high spot between June and August 1978. Bat Out Of Hell has been accredited 25x Platinum in Australia. The sequel album Bat Out Of Hell II: Again Into Hell – which topped the chart in September 1993 – has additionally re-entered the chart this week at #37. Meat Loaf – born Michael Lee Aday – died on 20 January, aged 74.
The span of two,269 weeks between Bat Out Of Hell’s final look at #1 and this week is now the longest hole in Australian charts historical past, surpassing the Grease soundtrack, which had 657 weeks between #1s (November 1978 by to June 1991).
5 weeks into its run within the ARIA Albums Chart, the soundtrack to Disney’s Encanto strikes up two spots to hit a brand new peak at #2. This week, the album’s singles We Don’t Speak About Bruno and Floor Stress are at #11 and #21, respectively.
The Sing 2 soundtrack jumps up 4 spots to hit the highest ten for the primary time at #9. The soundtrack for the unique Sing peaked at #2 in January 2017.
After taking out two spots within the Hottest 100, Billie Eilish jumps from #19 to #14 along with her second album, Happier Than Ever. It’s one in every of quite a lot of albums which have made vital strikes up the chart as the results of Hottest 100 success: Lil Nas X’s Montero (#24 to #15), Rüfüs Du Sol’s Give up (#40 to #22), Kanye West’s Donda (re-entry at #34) and Spacey Jane’s Daylight (re-entry at #36).
2022 ARIA Chart Toppers
January 3 Mariah Carey All I Need For Christmas Is You
January 10 Elton John & Dua Lipa Chilly Coronary heart (PNAU Remix)
January 17 Elton John & Dua Lipa Chilly Coronary heart (PNAU Remix)
January 24 Elton John & Dua Lipa Chilly Coronary heart (PNAU Remix)
January 31 The Child Laroi & Justin Bieber Keep
January 3 Adele 30
January 10 Adele 30
January 17 The Weeknd Daybreak FM
January 24 The Weeknd Daybreak FM
January 31 Meat Loaf Bat Out Of Hell