ARIA Singles: Drake 'One Dance' Stays At No 1 -
Drake, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Drake, Photo by Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Singles: Drake ‘One Dance’ Stays At No 1

by Gavin Ryan on May 28, 2016

in New Music,News,Noise Pro

Still atop the chart podium pirouetting away for a fourth week is Drake and his “One Dance”, which is back at the top in the USA and spending a seventh week at the summit in the UK this week.

“One Dance” (#4 DL/#1 Str, now ▲Platinum) is now the equal second longest run at the top for 2016, tying the four (of seven, three weeks in Dec 2015) weeks that Justin Bieber and “Love Yourself” (TW-37, #25 Str now 6x▲Platinum) spent at the top throughout all of January, whilst the longest run so far this year is twice as long, eight weeks for Lukas Graham and “7 Years” (TW-18, #22 DL/#13 Str) from mid-Feb to mid-April.

The top three songs are all stable this week in the Top 10, although there is some movement for the songs on the two smaller charts (digital and streaming) that make up the overall chart, with Calvin Harris and Rihanna at No.2 for a fourth straight week with “This is What You Came for” (#2 DL/#2 Str, now ▲Platinum) and at No.3 is Justin Timberlake with the new No.1 digital selling track “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” (#1 DL/#6 Str, newly Gold (●) in sales), whilst former No.1 “Just Like Fire” (#3 DL/#17 Str) for Pink is back up three places to No.4 thanks to the film its from (Alice Through the Looking Glass) opening soon and promo ads for it started on TV this week plus her performance of the song at the Billboard Music Awards last weekend.

Down one place to No.5 are The Chainsmokers and Daya with “Don’t Let Me Down” (#8 DL/#4 Str) for a third non-consecutive time at No.5, and by spending its eight week within the Top 10 it has notched up as much time within the ten as their two previous entries did, both “#SELFIE” and “Roses” (TW-39, #21 Str) stayed within the ten for four weeks apiece. And also back up is Flume and “Say it” (#7 DL/#5 Str) to a new peak of No.6, with his album “Skin” released on Friday, it could rise again next week, whilst back up one place to No.7 is Gnash with “I Hate U, I Love U” (#10 DL/#15 Str).

After first charting last November for a week at No.68, and returning back to the charts in March, the Joe Jonas led group DNCE sees their first entry “Cake by the Ocean” (#9 DL/#14 Str) leap up twelve places to land within the Top 10 at No.8, making Joe the first of the Jonas Brothers to reach the Top 10 in Australia, as Nick’s track “Jealous” reached No.15 in March 2015 and when they were a group they got as high as No.31 with “Burnin’ Up” (peaked Oct 2008). Climbing one place to a new peak of No.9 is Desiigner with his “Panda” (#12 DL/#3 Str, now Gold (●) in sales), and after leaping into the Top 10 last week, Galantis drop back down four to No.10 with “No Money” (#11 DL/#7 Str).

UP: Topic with Nico Santos jump up twelve places to a new peak of No.11 with “Home” (#6 DL/#24 Str) and right behind him and climbing six to No.12 is Meghan Trainor with “Me Too (#5 DL/#38 Str). “Cheap Thrills” (#29 DL/#16 Str) for Sia is back up two to No.19 and thanks to her new album debuting at No.1, the title track from her album “Dangerous Woman” (HP-18, #25 DL/#22 Str) for Ariana Grande flies back up twelve spots to No.21. The latest Drake and Rihanna teaming on “Too Good” (#36 DL/#11 Str) leaps sixteen spots to land at No.22 thanks to really strong streaming figures (39 to 11) and up four to a new chart height of No.27 is Kungs and local act Cookin’ on 3 Burners with “This Girl” (#24 DL), which is currently Top 10 in France, Germany and Switzerland. Little Mix leap into the Top 40 with “Hair” (#30 DL), up eleven to No.34 and jumping thirteen places to a new peak of No.36 are Cheat Codes with “Sex” (#30 Str), and lastly leaping into the Top 50, again thanks to her new No.1 album, Ariana Grande and “Into You” is up thirty-three spots to No.46.

DOWN: The only dropout from the Top 10 is last weeks Eurovision returning track for Dami Im and “Sound of Silence” (HP-5, WI10-1, #17 DL) which falls twenty places to No.25 this week. Within the Top 20 are two tracks which drop a single place each and also achieve 2x▲Platinum, being “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” (#14 DL/#9 Str) by Mike Posner and “Work from Home” (#18 DL/#8 Str) for Fifth Harmony to No.13 and No.14 respectively. “Be the One” (#15 DL/#18 Str) for Dua Lipa drops five to No.16 and also falling five is Delta Goodrem and “Dear Life” (#13 DL) to No.20, the track now Gold (●) in sales. Twenty one pilots and their first Top 10 entry “Stressed Out” (#32 DL/#29 Str) falls a single spot to No.26 and is now 2x▲Platinum in sales and falling ten to No.29 is Meghan Trainor and “No” (#26 DL/#39 Str), with last weeks highest new entry in “The Fighter” (#27 DL) for Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood falling fourteen places to No.44 this week. Alessia Cara and her “Wild Things” (#32 Str) are down ten places to No.45 and falling eleven to No.47 are Ghost Town DJ’s with “My Boo” (#33 DL).

The official third single from the third Adele album “25” (TW-5) is the highest new entry at No.30 this week, entitled “Send My Love (to Your New Lover)” (# 21 DL), the song having previously charted for a week at No.88 in late November when the album first came out, but now the up-tempo (for the album at least) follows on from “Hello” (HP-1×6, TW-58) and “When We Were Young” (HP-13, TW-100).

Lower 50: Jumping up nineteen places to No.55 are OneRepublic with “Wherever I Go” and back up six to No.57 after their later 2016 tour was announced are Coldplay with “Hymn for the Weekend”. “Hello Friday” by Flo Rida and Jason DeRulo bullets thirty-four spots to No.61 and up thirteen to a new peak of No.63 is the second twenty one pilots track within the Top 100, “Ride”. The clip for “Dance off” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis was released this past week, and the track is back up six spots to No.67 and spending its half year on the chart and dropping ten to No.76 are Snakehips with “All My Friends”, which is now 3x▲Platinum in sales, whilst Elle King and her “Ex’s and Oh’s” (TW-60) is also notching up half a year within the Top 100. Ed Sheeran achieves a 90th week on the chart with his “Thinking out Loud” track, which is down three to No.89 this week, with the final lower fifty certification going to Zayn and “Like I Would” (HP-31, TW-93), which scores its first certification and goes Gold (●) this week. Four tracks return to the chart; firstly L D R U with “Keeping Score” (HP-14) at No.85 ahead of their new track “Next to You” potentially entering next week, “Chandelier” (HP-2) for Sia at No.94 after it was the last song performed during The Voice Blind Auditions on Monday night, and two more tracks from Ariana’s new album return to the charts, “Be Alright” (HP-52) at No.87 and “Let Me Love You” (HP-88) at No.96.

The Amity Affliction is set to release their fifth album “This Could Be Heartbreak” on August 12th and the first single from the album “I Bring the Weather with Me” (#34 DL) debuts at No.53 this week, becoming the bands seventh Top 100 Singles chart entry. Three places lower at No.56 is DJ and producer Martin Solveig who has teamed up with local artist Tkay Maidza for his new single “Do it Right”, becoming his sixth chart entry here in Australia.

The third album for Ariana Grande entitled “Dangerous Woman” becomes her second No.1 album here, and she has five singles from it charting this week, the title track at No.21, followed by “Into You” at No.46 and the two aforementioned re-entries “Be Alright” (#87) and “Let Me Love You” (#96), plus she debuts at No.71 on a duet with Nicki Minaj entitled “Side by Side”.

Three places lower at No.74 is another North American female artist in Selena Gomez with “Kill ’em with Kindness”, taken from her “Revival” (TW-59) album, plus she also enters at No.88 on the new Charlie Puth track “We Don’t Talk Anymore” (not a cover of the 1979 Cliff Richard song), taken from his album “Nine Track Mind” (TW-65), and is the follow-up to “One Call Away” (TW-41, #40 DL). In between those two Selena debuts is a new entry at No.81 for New Zealand duo Broods entitled “Couldn’t Believe”, which is the follow-up to “Free” (HP-30, TW-64), both tracks taken from their forthcoming second album “Conscious”, which is out June 24th.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.


Never miss a story! Get your free daily music news email alert. Subscribe to the Noise11 Music Newsletter here

Listen to the Noise11 Music News channel now at iHeartRadio

Follow on Facebook and Twitter

NOISE11 UPDATES are now in Apple News

Related Posts

Kylie Minogue photo by Ros O'Gorman
Why Are The ARIA Awards Full Of Acts Who Can’t Even Make The ARIA Chart?

The nominations for the 2023 ARIA Awards have been announced and once again the glaring failures of the ARIA Chart disconnect with Australian acts and music consumers couldn’t be more obvious.

September 21, 2023
Niall Horan The Show
ARIA Albums Chart Wrap-Up for 16 March 2023

The third studio album for 1D member Niall Horan called "The Show" debuts at the top of the Australian Album Charts this week.

June 16, 2023
ARIA, music news,
Australian Album Chart Wrap 8 May 2023

The debut EP for Adelaide born Peach PRC called "Manic Dream Pixie" debuts at No.1 this week.

May 6, 2023
Jimmy Barnes by Gerry Nichols
Australian Albums: Jimmy Barnes ‘Flesh and Blood’ Tops ARIA Chart

It's been two years and one month since Jimmy Barnes hit No.1 in Australia, and this week his 19th studio album "Flesh and Blood" becomes his 13th chart topping set locally.

July 11, 2021
Billie Eilish When We Fall Asleep
Billie Eilish’s Mother Discusses Mental Illness On Social Media

Billie Eilish's mother Maggie uses social media to reach out to her daughter's fans and help those who are suffering with mental health issues.

February 5, 2020
Billie Eilish When We Fall Asleep
Australian Charts: Billie Eilish Album Is Back At No 1

Thanks to a slew of Grammy Awards this past week, the debut album for Billie Eilish called "When We all Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" reclaims the No.1 spot in Australia for an eighth overall week at the ARIA Albums summit.

February 2, 2020
Hilltop Hoods photo by Ros O'Gorman
Australian Charts: ARIA Serves Up Another Poor Year For Australian Albums

Australian artists continued to be disadvantaged by the current ARIA chart formula with the 2019 End of Year chart once again having no Australian albums in the Top 10.

January 10, 2020