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Australian Charts: Jonas Brothers ‘Sucker’ spends third week as no 1 song

by Gavin Ryan on March 31, 2019

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It’s now the third week atop the ARIA Singles Chart for the siblings The Jonas Brothers with their track “Sucker”.

And it’s also the longest run at the top for siblings since The Veronicas spent three weeks at No.1 with “You Ruin Me” (from 29th of Sept, 2014) and for brothers they also surpass the two weeks racked up by The Madden Brothers from earlier in 2014 with “We Are Done” (2 weeks from 14th of July). The third week for “Sucker” also surpasses the two weeks logged at this time back in 1991 (24th and 31st of March) for the Dimples D. track “Sucker DJ”, making The Jonas Brothers song the longest ‘Sucker’ song at the top in Australia.

BUT “Sucker” is NOT No.1 on either the digital or streaming charts this week, it is at No.2 on both charts, as the new highest streamed track of the week is back up to its former national peak of No.2 for a second time in “Wow” for Post Malone (it sits at No.12 on the digital sales chart and is also the new No.1 song in New Zealand), and it once again swaps place with his former No.1 song “Sunflower” which is down one spot to No.3 and is also logging its 22nd week within the Top 10. Ariana Grande and her “7 Rings” track is on hold at No.4 again this week, while it retains the top spot in both North America and Canada for a seventh overall week, and her just issued official new single from her current album in “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” is down two spots this week to No.9.

After two weeks at the lower end of the Top 10 the Dominic Fike track “3 Nights” jumps up three places to a new peak of No.5, while holding its No.6 peak for a third non-consecutive week is the Sam Smith and Normani duet “Dancing with a Stanger” followed by a return to it’s former peak of No.7 in “Talk” for Khalid, back up two spots this week.

Also logging a 22nd week within the Top 10 (to now become equal fourth longest-running Top 10 in Oz Chart History) is the double-running No.1 song and Oscar winner “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, which this week is down three places to No.8 (it is now tied at 22 weeks within the Top 10 with “Hey Jude” by The Beatles {1968/69} and “Flaunt it” by TV Rock feat. Seany B. {1996}). Lastly, the new No.1 album gives Dean Lewis his second Top 10 single this week as his latest track (but not newest) “7 Minutes” jumps up seven places to a new peak of No.10, plus it scores a ▲Platinum sales certification.

* The current No.1 digital selling track is the Pink song “Walk Me Home”, which is up one spot to a new peak of No.11 nationally and also certified Gold (●) in sales, but it is only up to No.33 on the streaming chart.
* With the new Billie Eilish album issued on Friday she has some small rises this week (next week they will jump up) for “Bury a Friend” (14 to 13), “When the Party’s Over” (41 to 40) both taken from the new album, and older entries such as “Lovely” (51 to 48), “Bellyache” (92 to 84) and “Ocean Eyes” (93 to 88).
* The new No.1 album for Dean Lewis also pulls up his former No.1 and ARIA Award-winning song “Be Alright” which leaps up eleven spots to No.17, plus his first single “Waves” (HP-12) returns to the chart at No.68.
* Khalid issued a new track on Friday called “Self”, and this week his three-week-old entry “My Bad” is on hold at its peak of No.18, while he raises a few places back up to No.31 with “Better”.
* Last weeks screened episode of The Graham Norton show had its musical guests as Calvin Harris and Rag’N’Bone Man performing their current entry “Giant”, which breaks away from its former multi-week-peak of No.24 to jump up five spots this week to a new peak of No.19 and it is now ▲Platinum in sales too.
* Last week Marshmello gave his current collaborators CHVRCHES their first Top 50 entry in Australia with their track called “Here With Me”, which this week rises thirteen places to a new peak of No.22.
* Ava Max lands her second Top 30 hit this week as her newer entry “So Am I” leaps up twenty-four spots to land at a new chart height of No.29.
* Mabel has a four place rise to a new peak of No.34 with her first entry “Don’t Call Me Up”.
* Drax Project with Hailee Steinfeld hold at their peak of No.37 for a second week with “Woke Up Late”.
* Three of last weeks new entries that climb to new peaks this week are “Swervin'” for A Boogie wit da Hoodie (47 to 44), current UK and Irish No.1 song for a fifth week by Lewis Capaldi and “Someone You Loved” (62 to 46) and the new single for Birds of Tokyo and “Good Lord” (56 to 55).
* A couple of three-week-old entries climbing are both by local female artists in G Flip with “Drink Too Much” (77 to 67) and Amy Shark with “Mess Her Up” (82 to 70).
* Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble.” track is back up three spots to No.95 and spending its full second year on the charts, as it hits 104 weeks within the Top 100 this week.

* The only song leaving the Top 10 this week is the first Ava Max single “Sweet But Psycho” (HP-2×3, WI10-16) which drops down four places to No.14 thanks to her new single jumping into the Top 30.
* After leaping to a new peak of No.11 last week the Lauv and Troye Sivan duet “I’m So Tired…” is down one place to No.12, while Troye also falls with his Charli XCX duet “1999” (72 to 77).
* The three entries for Halsey all move down this week, with the first being “Without Me” (13 to 16) followed by her appearance on the Benny Blanco and Khalid track “Eastside” (19 to 20) and finally alongside Yungblud and Travis Barker with “11 Minutes” (25 to 32), which is newly Gold (●) in sales.
* The only falling Billie Eilish song this week is “Wish You Were Gay”, down six spots to No.21.
* Both Hilltop Hoods’ entries are down this week, with “Leave Me Lonely” dropping four to No.27 and “Exit Sign” down one place to No.43.
* J. Cole’s “Middle Child” is only down one spot to No.28, but his 21 Savage duet “A Lot” drops nine places to No.99.
* There’s a seven place drop to No.36 for “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” for Mark Ronson & Miley Cyrus.
* Imagine Dragons tumble down twelve spots to No.38 with “Bad Liar”.
* The second Cardi B. and Bruno Mars collaboration in “Please Me” falls nine spots to No.39.
* The 5SOS former No.1 song “Youngblood” is down five places to No.41, while their other solo entry “Lie to Me” also drops five spots to No.72.
* Ocean Alley move down six places to No.45 with their JJJ#1 poll winner “Confidence”.
* Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” (#1 for its second and final week this week in 1976) is down six places to No.50, while the band also slide down with “Another One Bites the Dust” (85 to 89) and “Don’t Stop Me Now” (87 to 91).
* The second and most recent Benny Blanco entry “I Can’t Get Enough” drops back down nine spots to No.42.
* Lukas Graham is down nine places to No.57 with “Love Someone”.
* With another new song entering for Juice WRLD this week, his six week old entry “Robbery” drops back down twelve spots to No.64, while his older song “Lucid Dreams” (44 weeks) dips three spots to No.87 and he departs after two weeks with “Hear Me Calling” (from #83).
* Falling eight places each are “Let You Love Me” for Rita Ora (57 to 65) and “Always Remember Us This Way” for Lady Gaga (61 to 69).
* The older entry for A Boogie wit da Hoodie in “Look Back at it” (8 weeks) falls down twelve places to No.76.
* After climbing for the past nine weeks, this week the Dan + Shay track “Tequila” slumps thirteen spots down to No.79.
* Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” is again the ‘Longest Charted Single” at 116 weeks, down one to No.80.
* James Bay and Julia Michaels’ “Peer Pressure” drops down nine spots to No.83.
* The latest Bebe Rexha track “Last Hurrah” falls back down twenty places to No.85, while her older entry “Meant to Be” falls seven spots to No.98.
* Zara Larsson’s “Ruin My Life” track drops seventeen spots to land at No.92 this week.
* Last weeks entry for ScHoolboy Q and “Numb Numb Juice” is the highest fallout this week from No.70.

* #26 – Stay Awake by Dean Lewis is the fourth charted single lifted from Dean’s debut album “A Place We Knew” which enters at No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week, with all four songs within the Top 100 this week including his very first chart entry “Waves” (TW-68) his former No.1 song “Be Alright” (TW-17) and his now second Top 10 single as of this week “7 Minutes” (TW-10).

* #47 – Old Town Road (I Got Horses in the Back) by Lil’ Nas X is first chart entry for the Atlanta, Georgia rapper born Montero Lamar Hill, with this song having peaked at No.32 in the U.S. Charts and it has also cracked the Top 40 in Belgium (#38), Ireland (#36), New Zealand (#31) and Norway (#27). This song is under a new genre called country trap and heavily samples the Nine Inch Nails track “34 Ghost IV” from their ‘Ghosts I-IV’ (2008) album.

* #62 – Fast by Juice WRLD is taken from the second album for the U.S. rapper called “Death Race for Love” (TW-17) which is again the top-selling set in North America this week, with this song so far has reached the Top 50 in the U.S.A. and England, Top 40 in Canada and has just started charting in Sweden (#71).

* #63 – Patience by Tame Impala is the first taste of a forthcoming fourth album (no date or title known as yet) for the Perth band, who have not charted since the late November 2015 track “The Less I Know the Better” (HP-66 here) and overall this new song becomes their sixth singles chart entry and also now their highest charted single also.

* #94 – Johnny Run Away by Tones and I is a solo project for Mornington Peninsula born and now Byron Bay-based singer Tones who in early 2018 moved to the northern NSW province after receiving huge support from her busking, plus this is her first single, thus also her first chart entry.

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