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Australian Charts: Tones and I ‘Dance Monkey’ Is Number One for 16th Week

by Gavin Ryan on November 16, 2019

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Setting new records in Oz and around the world this week is Tones and I with her “Dance Monkey” track, now claiming a record-breaking 16 weeks at No.1 on the ARIA Singles Chart.

“Dance Monkey” is now the longest running No.1 Single in ARIA chart history (1983 to 2019), the longest running No.1 of the modern rock-era (1955 onwards) and the longest running No.1 for a Solo Female Artist, and it surpasses the fifteen weeks achieved by Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” in 2017 to become the longest running No.1 of this decade. Overseas the song for Toni logs a seventh week in the U.K. charts to become their longest running No.1 by a female artist since Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love” (No.1 for it’s fourth of seven weeks at the this time in 2007), plus it’s the longest running No.1 by an Aussie artist since 1978 when Olivia Newton-John appeared on two long running No.1’s in the UK in “You’re the One That I Want” (9 weeks) and “Summer Nights” (7 weeks) both with John Travolta and from the ‘Grease’ soundtrack.

The current No.1 here is also again at the top in Norway (14th week), Switzerland, Austria, France (9 weeks each), Belgium (8th week), The Netherlands, England (both 7 weeks) and Germany (6th week), while it is at No.3 in Bulgaria, jumps from #5 to No.2 in Canada, enters the Top 10 in Portugal (#12 to No.5) and leaps up from No.41 to a new peak of No.23 in America. It lost the top spot in New Zealand after nine weeks (#3 TW, now the second longest running No.1 in N.Z. for an Aussie act behind the 10 weeks achieved by Stan Walker with “Black Box” in 2009) and is at No.2 in Sweden and Denmark, No.3 also in Finland and at No.5 in Ireland. The song went 4xP five weeks ago, 5xP three weeks ago, and now this week it is up to 6x▲Platinum in sales.

Scoring their sixth Top 2 single are Maroon 5 who have been in the No.2 as a peak on five occasions with one track (“She Will Be Loved” in 2004) making it all the way to No.1, as the bands latest single “Memories” is up two places to a new peak of No.2, while Regard’s remix of “Ride it” by Jay Sean holds its peak of No.3, after which last weeks rebounding song for Post Malone in “Circles” swaps places with M5 this week and falls back down two spots to No.4.

The new No.1 song in New Zealand this week is the highest new entry here in the first single for U.S. rapper and vocalist Arizona Zervas called “Roxanne”, which comes in at No.5 here this week, making us and N.Z. the only two markets (so far) where the song has cracked the Top 10, while it’s at No.11 in Sweden, No.13 in Ireland and No.17 in both Norway and Canada, plus it jumps from No.42 to No.24 in the U.K. and debuts at No.34 in the U.S.A., all helped by a recent TikTok explosion of the track.

Dua Lipa holds for a second week at No.1 in Ireland with her new single “Don’t Start Now”, with the song here climbing two places to land at a new peak of No.6 (it should go higher when she’s here at the end of the month). Lizzo just issued an expanded edition of the album “Cuz I Love You” on Friday, which includes her first Top 10 single here “Good as Hell” which is down one spot to No.7, and falling three to No.8 is the Selena Gomez song “Lose You to Love Me”, followed by a two place drop to No.9 for the Dan + Shay with Justin Bieber song “10,000 Hours”, and rounding out the T10 at No.10 for a third non-consecutive week is Tones and I with “Never Seen the Rain”.

UP:
* Reclaiming it’s highest peak of No.12 for a second time is the Ed Sheeran track with Camila Cabello and Cardi B in “South of the Border”, back up one spot this week, with three of his six entries on hold this week in “Beautiful People” (#18), “I Don’t Care” (#24) and “Cross Me” (#97), with rises for “Perfect” (75 to No.70) and the ‘Longest Charted Single’ in “Shape of You” (91 to No.85, 149 weeks in the T100).
* Flume just issued a new remix on Friday of his current chart entry “Rushing Back” with Vera Blue, which is on hold at No.16 this week and newly certified Gold (●) in sales.
* MeduZa replace themselves in the Top 20 this week as their new and second single “Lose Control” jumps up eight places to a new peak of No.20, while their older entry “Piece of Your Heart” is down three spots to No.23.
* Freya Ridings continues her climb up the charts with her Florence + the Machine sounding track “Castles”, this week rising four spots to a new peak of No.21.
* The SHAED track with Zayn called “Trampoline” bounces up a few places to a new chart height of No.27 this week.
* Singer Normani scores a ▲Platinum sales certification for her track “Motivation” this week (HP-28) which is back up one spot to No.35, plus she returns at #100 on the Sam Smith track “Dancing With a Stranger”.
* The track called “Post Malone” for Sam Feldt cracks the Top 40 for the first time in its 19 week T100 run this week, up five places to a new peak of No.37.
* Taylor Swift just issued a duet version of her single “Lover” with Shawn Mendes on Friday, and the song this week rebounds sixteen places to No.43.
* Drax Project with Six60 rise four places to a new peak of No.44 with “Catching Feelings”, while Six60 score a Top 10 albums chart entry here this week.
* Former No.20 single “Higher Lover” for Kygo and Whitney Houston is spending it’s 20th week on the chart at No.50 for a third consecutive week.
* There are four new peaks back-to-back this week in the Top 60, starting with “Good Thing” for Zedd and Kehlani (58 to No.56), after which is last weeks debuting track for Martin Garrix and Dean Lewis in “Used to Love” (83 to No.57). Noah Cyrus jumps up eighteen places to No.58 with her latest entry “July” (now her highest charted single locally too, her previous best effort was “Make Me Cry” in 2016, HP-67), and Niall Horan rebounds three spots to land at a new peak of No.59 with “Nice to Meet Ya” (he performed it on the ‘Graham Norton Show’ screened here last week).
* The Bazzi song “I.F.L.Y.” for a second week rebounds back up the chart, this week up eight spots to No.73.
* Lewis Capaldi’s “Bruises” track is up three places to a new peak of No.76 and now ▲Platinum.
* Benee sees her four week old entry “Find an Island” up eight places this week to a new peak of No.83.
* Last weeks returned track for Halsey and “Without Me” is back up seven spots this week to No.91.
* There are twice as many returning tracks this week than new entries, and apart from the previously mentioned #100 return there are also re-entries for Ava Max with “Sweet But Psycho” (#93), “Say You Won’t Let Go” for James Arthur (#94), “Rescue Me” for OneRepublic (#96), “Exit Sign” for Hilltop Hoods with Illy (#98) and the song from the new No.1 album in “Beer Never Broke My Heart” for Luke Combs (#99).

DOWN:
* The only song leaving the Top 10 this week is for rapper and singer blackbear with “Hot Girl Bummer” (HP-8, WI10-4), which drops down two places this week to No.11.
* Travis Scott descends three spots to No.14 with his latest track “Highest in the Room”.
* Kanye West debuted with eleven songs three weeks ago, and now this week his highest entry in “Follow God” (HP-7) is the last track left from his new album “Jesus is King”, the song down five spots to No.19.
* Billie Eilish released a new song on Friday called “everything i wanted”, so that could chart next week and join her only current chart entry “Bad Guy”, which is down three spots to No.22.
* Lil’ Nas X falls back down with “Old Town Road” (21 to No.25) and “Panini” (34 to No.39).
* Riding right alongside Lil’ Nas X this week is another hip-hop-country tune in “The Git Up” for Blanco Brown, dropping four places to No.26.
* Harry Styles’ track “Lights Up” is down four places to No.31, but is lit-up by being newly certified as Gold (●) in sales after five weeks of sales/charting.
* The latest Sam Smith entry “How Do You Sleep?” falls down nine places to No.32.
* The Jonas Brothers rise two places to No.42 with “Only Human” (HP-38), whilst they drop down with their Diplo duet “Lonely” (41 to No.47) and with “Sucker” (72 to No.74).
* Also issuing a new track on Friday was Guy Sebastian, called “Let Me Drink”, it could join the ARIA Awards host’s other current entry next week in “Choir”, which is down six to No.49.
* Last weeks No.49 debut for Young Thug in “Hot” is back down three places to No.52, while the No.63 entry for “Bad to You (from ‘Charlie’s Angels 2019′)” by Ariana Grande, Normani and Nicki Minaj from last week departs the entire Top 100 from No.63 (it’s the highest dropout too), along with the other track from the film in “Don’t Call Me Angel” (#96).
* Y2K and bbon$ falls down ten places to No.61 with “LaLaLa”.
* BTS with Lauv on “Make it Right” is down seven spots to No.63, with Lauv also stable at No.54 with “Feelings” and he drops down six places to No.77 with his Anne-Marie duet “F**k, I’m Lonely”.
* Another ten place drop occurs for the Shawn Mendes track “If I Can’t Have You”, down to No.71.
* A third and final ten place slide is for the new Coldplay track “Orphans”, falling to No.78.
* Dropping eight places each are “Hate Me” for Ellie Goulding with Juice WRLD (80 to No.88) and “Easy” for Camilla Cabello (82 to No.90).

FURTHER NEW ENTRIES:
* #68 – Juicy by Doja Cat feat. Tyga is the first entry for the Los Angeles based rapper, singer, songwriter and producer born Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini and from a South African artist father and a Jewish-American mother who makes her first of two entries this week, with her second album “Hot Pink” also gracing the albums chart this week, which features this Tyga infused remix of her track “Juicy” (the original version appeared as a bonus track on her debut set “Amala” {2018}).

* #92 – Stuck in a Dream by Lil’ Mosey feat. Gunna is also the first entry for the 17 year old U.S. rapper and singer born Lathan Moses Echols in 2002, and who also takes his second album into the charts this week in “Certified Hitmaker”.

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Gavin Ryan reports with thanks to Australian-Charts.com

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