Camila Cabello with Young Thug holds onto the No.1 spot on the ARIA Singles Top 100 chart this week with “Havana”, the song returning to the top of the digital sales chart this week (and is at #2 on the streaming chart).
Post Malone stays at No.2 with his former long-running No.1 “Rockstar” (#1 streamed, new #3 peak on the digital chart), and the track picks up a new cert and is now 2x▲Platinum, whilst he has another song up next too, climbing one spot to a new peak of No.3 is the track “I Fall Apart”, which is also ▲Platinum in sales this week too. The Post-climb pushes the Ed Sheeran track “Perfect” back down one spot to No.4, that song achieving a 3x▲Platinum sales certification.
Both Marshmello tracks climb to new peaks this week, with the Selena Gomez duet of “Wolves” jumping up four spots to No.5, and now her second highest charted; and the Khalid featured track “Silence” is up one place to No.6, whilst the second and final Khalid Top 10 entry in “Young, Dumb & Broke” drops down two places to No.7. Sam Smith also moves down two places to No.8 with “Too Good at Goodbyes” and down one to No.9 is the Maroon 5 track “What Lovers Do”, whilst returning to the Top 10 for a thirteenth accumulated week within the ten is the Dua Lipa hit “New Rules”, up one spot to No.10.
* The Macklemore and Kesha track “Good Old Days” continues its yo-yo-chart-run, as its back up two places to No.11.
* Hailee Steinfeld and Alesso’s “Let Me Go” rises two places to a new peak of No.14.
* NF cracks the Top 20 this week, rising five spots to land at a new chart height of No.17 with “Let You Down”.
* The Charlie Puth track “How Long” is on hold as its peak of No.18, but is now Gold (●) in sales.
* Lil’ Pump jumped to No.3 in the US this past week, and here his “Gucci Gang” track is up five spots to a new peak of No.21.
* Rita Ora was in the country on a quick promo tour this past week, which helps her new single “Anywhere” to jump up fourteen places to a new peak of No.23, whilst her older track “Your Song” is also back up, rising twenty-one spots to No.62.
* With Lorde on tour here at the moment her current single “Homemade Dynamite” rises to a new peak of No.26 this week.
* Post Malone returns for a fourth week at the peak of No.30 for “Congratulations”, rising one spot.
* The Pink track “Beautiful Trauma” is back up twelve places to No.32 and now Gold (●) in sales.
* The David Guetta and Afrojack track “Dirty Sexy Money” with Charli XCX and French Montana jumps up fourteen places to a new chart height of No.37.
* Cheat Codes with Fetty Wap are up six places to a new peak of No.39 with “Feels Great”.
* Pnau jump up fourteen places to a new peak of No.48 with “Go Bang”.
* Imagine Dragons score a third Top 50 entry from their current album “Evolve”, as “Whatever it Takes” rises ten spots to land at No.50.
* After three broken weeks at a peak of No.56 the Kita Alexander track “Hotel” is up five places this week to a new peak of No.51.
* The Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line track “Meant to Be” jumps up thirty-three spots to land at a new chart height of No.52.
* 21 Savage rises back up fifteen places to land at a new peak of No.55 with his “Bank Account”.
* Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels see their track “I Miss You” jump up thirteen places to a new peak of No.59, and with her in the country this coming week, it should rise again next week.
* Guy Sebastian has a twenty-one place jump to No.70 with his track “Bloodstone”.
* Last weeks low entry of “No Limit” for G-Eazy with A$AP Rocky & Cardi B is up seven places this week to a new peak of No.89.
* The only Top 10 dropout is for last weeks highest entry of “Walk on Water” (HP-10, WI10-1) by Eminem and Beyonce, which drops down five places to No.15 this week.
* With the new French Montana featured track rising, his older single “Unforgettable” is down four places to No.25.
* Taylor Swift is down to three entries this week, all three falling. Down ten to No.45 is “…Ready for it?”, followed by “Look What You Made Me Do” (43 to 49) and “Gorgeous” (49 to 61), whilst dropping out from No.52 is Call it What You Want”.
* Charlie Puth is down one spot to No.54 with “Attention”, which is now 3x▲Platinum.
* Kesha tumbles twenty-one spots to No.63 with her “Praying” single.
* Last week the Calvin Harris track “Feels” fell fifteen places, and now this week it drops sixteen spots to land at No.66.
* Louis Tomlinson and his track “Back to You” are down twelve spots to No.71, whilst Liam Payne sees a twelve place drop to No.78 for his “Bedroom Floor” track.
* The Jonas Blue and William Singe teaming in “Mama” is down one to No.72 and 3x▲Platinum too.
* Sam Smith drops a massive twenty-eight spots to No.82 with his “Pray” entry.
* The second entry for Dean Lewis and “Lose My Mind” is down ten to No.85 and now Gold (●).
* The Chainsmokers take out the ‘Longest Charted Single’ again this week with “Closer”, down one spot to No.93 in its 69th Top 100 week.
* There are twenty-one place drops for both “Questions” for Chris Brown and “Fallin'” by Jessica Mauboy to No.97 and No.98 respectively.
* The final certifications for the week are “XO Tour Llif3” by Lil Uzi Vert and now ▲Platinum, down five to No.100 and dropping out and newly 5x▲Platinum is “I’m the One” for DJ Khaled.
* #64 – You Are the Reason by Calum Scott is the third single and second chart entry for the UK singer/songwriter, whose first entry “Dancing on My Own” (HP-2×3) spent fifteen weeks in the Top 10 here, and was sitting at No.3 this week last year.
* #74 – Home by Machine Gun Kelly & X Ambassadors feat Bebe Rexha is taken from the upcoming Will Smith and Joel Edgerton Netflix film “Bright” (out Dec 22nd), and becomes the third entry here for the US rapper, who made it No.22 in February of this year with the song “Bad Things”, the first solo entry for this weeks No.1 artist Camila Cabello.
* #77 – Get it Right by Diplo feat MØ is the first entry for 2017 for the US singer, DJ and producer and becomes the eighth Top 100 entry for the Danish singer MØ (four solo, four as guest vocalist).
* #79 – Plain Jane by A$AP Ferg is taken from his August 2017 mixtape “Still Striving” (HP-35).
* #80 – Echame la Culpa by Luis Fonsi feat Demi Lovato is the second entry for the Puerto Rican artist after his massive No.1 single “Despacito” (HP-1×13), which after 32 weeks within the chart is back up three spots this week to No.44.
* #81 – Hola by Flo Rida feat Maluma becomes the 32nd Top 100 entry for the US rapper and singer who last charted with “Hello Friday” (HP-36) which peaked back in late June of 2016.
* #86 – Numb by Hayden James feat GRAACE becomes the second chart entry for the Sydney House artist, who first charted in February of 2015 with the No.46 track “Something About You”.
* #99 – All Falls Down by Alan Walker with Noah Cyrus & Digital Farm Animals is the third entry for the Norwegian producer and DJ, who also charted this year with “Tired” (HP-68) and first charted with “Faded” (HP-2×5) back in April 2016.
Gavin Ryan reports with thanks to Australian-Charts.com