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Australian Charts: Drake In My Feelings Stays At No 1

by Gavin Ryan on August 12, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

Drake logs a fourth straight week at the top in Australia, New Zealand, England, America and Canada with his latest hits “In My Feelings”, plus the song also scores its first certification here and is now up to▲ Platinum in sales.

He has also now amassed 24 weeks at the top with his four No.1’s in Australia, moving him up to now equal 26th of the list for ‘Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Singles (1940 to 2018) alongside other 24 wk achievers such as Michael Jackson and Flo Rida (also both with 4 #1’s), while for this decades list he moves to outright third behind Justin Bieber (28 weeks from 5 #1’s) and Ed Sheeran (29 weeks from 4 #1’s).

The entire top six songs are on hold this week, with last weeks gold certified track “Be Alright” for Dean Lewis holding for a second week at No.2 and now it scores a ▲Platinum this week, while former No.1 for 5 Seconds of Summer and “Youngblood” is at No.3 again, logging its 14th week within the Top 10, lasting longer than their four previous Top 10 weeks combined (4 Top 10’s for 11 weeks in total). The third and final ▲Platinum certification within the ten this week is the stable No.4 track “Girls Like You” for Maroon 5 with Cardi B, while last weeks Top 10 jump-ups are stable this week in “Eastside” for Benny Blanco with Halsey and Khalid and the other in DJ Khaled with Justin Bieber, Quavo and Chance the Rapper with “No Brainer” at No.5 and No.6 respectively.

Rapper Travis Scott this weeks has three songs debut within the Top 100, making his overall chart total now five, but two of this three entries enter within the Top 10, and coming in at No.7 is “Sicko Mode” with Drake, while “Stargazing” comes in at No.10, giving him his second and third Top 50 entries and now his first two Top 10 hits in one week, thanks to his third album “Astroworld” debuting at No.1 this week. Between those two Travis debuts are Conrad Sewell with “Healing Hands” (HP-7), back up two places to No.8, while Jonas Blue scores his fourth Top 10 single in Australia as his latest track “Rise” which does just that, and rises two places to a new peak of No.9.

* Panic! At the Disco have not had a Top 20 hit in Australia in over ten years when “Nine in the Afternoon” went to No.19 in April of 2008, now this week they have their second highest charted single here as “High Hopes” leaps up ten places to a new peak of No.14 (their highest charted song is the No.12 hit “I Write Sins not Tragedies” {September 2006}), and overall this is their fourth Top 20 hit.
* Another song jumping up ten places is the current Irish No.1 song (7th straight week there) for George Ezra and “Shotgun” which blasts up ten to a new peak of No.27.
* Bebe Rexha continues her slow climb with “I’m a Mess”, up a single spot to a new chart height of No.44.
* The Hilltop Hoods debuted at No.48 four weeks ago with “Clark Griswold”, which this week is back up three spots to No.49.
* Loud Luxury continue their climb up the charts with “Body”, this week it rises eight spots to No.55.
* Last weeks debut for The Chainsmokers and “Side Effects” holds at its No.61 debut this week.
* While the entry last week for David Guetta and Anne-Marie with “Don’t Leave Me Alone” jumps up sixteen places to a new peak of No.63.
* Billie Eilish entered at No.66 three weeks ago with “You Should See Me in a Crown”, and this week it is back up four spots to No.67.
* A third of last weeks entries rises high in the Alec Benjamin track “Let Me Down Slowly”, up thirteen spots to a new peak of No.80.
* Ruel re-entered last week at No.92 with “Younger” (HP-76), which is back up eleven this week to No.81.
* The only returning track this week is back in at No.97, “Say You Won’t Let Go” for James Arthur, which at 88 weeks within the Top 100 is the new ‘Longest Charted Single’.

* Three songs leave the Top 10 this week starting with last weeks newbie “Fefe” for 6ix9nine with Nicki Minaj and Murda Beatz (HP-8, WI10-1) down three to No.11, “Better Now” (HP-2×6, WI10-14) for Post Malone drops four spots to No.13 and in between those two is the Ariana Grande song “God is a Woman” (HP-5×2, WI10-3), down five to No.12 and now Gold (●) in sales, while her older song “No Tears Left to Cry” drops down seven to No.40 and is now 2x▲Platinum.
* Juice WRLD is down three spots to No.15 with “Lucid Dreams” which is now ▲Platinum in sales.
* After two weeks at No.13 “Jackie Chan” for Tiesto & Dzeko with Post Malone is back down three spots to No.16 and now Gold (●).
* Scoring their first certification at ▲Platinum is NOTD with Bia Miller and “I Wanna Know”, which is down only one spot to No.20.
* With a new Anne-Marie track climbing, her older entry in “2002” drops six spots to No.21, while her teaming with Marshmello and “Friends” drops sixteen places to No.84.
* Falling Khalid tracks this week are “Ocean” with Martin Garrix (18 to 23), “Lovely” with Billie Eilish (21 to 25), “Love Lies” with Normani (44 to 45), “OTW” with Ty Dolla $ign and 6lack (43 to 50), the one year old “Silence” with Marshmello (86 to 91) and the one year and one week old “Young, Dumb & Broke” (95 to 96).
* Amy Shark is down three spots to No.28 with “I Said Hi”, which is now 2x▲Platinum in sales.
* Selena Gomez picks up her first cert for “Back to You” (now ▲Platinum) and is down four to No.30.
* Drake picks up two more certifications this week for “Nice for What” (2x▲Platinum) down five to No.34 and “Don’t Matter to Me” ( Gold (●)) dropping fifteen places to No.47, while he also moves down with “God’s Plan” (34 to 36), “Nonstop” (38 to 41), “Look Alive” on the BlocBoy JB track (83 to 87) and his biggest fall this week is for “I’m Upset” (67 to 89).
* XXXTentacion is down eight places to No.56 with his track “Changes”.
* Shawn Mendes moves back down nine spots to No.65 with “Nervous”.
* David Guetta and Sia die down thirteen hot spots to No.66 with “Flames”.
* Both Childish Gambino entries drop down this week in “Summertime Magic” (49 to 69) and “This is America” (72 to 85).
* Portugal the Man have the second one-year anniversary this week (Silence was the other one) as “Feel it Still” is down one spot to No.77.
* Troye Sivan with Ariana Grande fall back down fourteen places to No.78 with “Dance to This”.
* Kanye West falls nine spots to No.94 with “All Mine”.

* #46 – Butterfly Effect by Travis Scott; this was the first track issued from his new No.1 album “Astroworld”, coming out in May of 2017, so it’s had over a year of sales behind it (#57 on the streaming chart and 63 weeks charting and #65 on the digital sales chart and 62 weeks charting there), thus it debuts on a ▲Platinum sales certification, and overall this becomes his fifth chart entry, having previously charted with “Watch” (HP-65) and on the Major Lazer song “Know No Better” (HP-34, June 2017).

* #52 – Beautiful by Bazzi feat. Camila Cabello is the second entry here for the US singer after he hit No.11 in March of this year with “Mine”

* #75 – High on Life by Martin Garrix feat. Bonn is the ninth Top 100 entry for the Dutch DJ and producer and the second within the current chart, as he sits at No.23 with “Ocean” (HP-12).

* #79 – Killing My Time by G Flip is the second single and first entry for the local Melbourne singer, songwriter, producer and drummer who was born Georgia Flipo who did her first solo shows as the SxSW Festival in Texas this year.

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