ARIA Singles: Justin Bieber 'Love Yourself' Is Australia's First No 1 Of 2016 -
Justin Bieber in Sydney photo by Ros O'Gorman, music news,

Justin Bieber in Sydney photo by Ros OGorman

ARIA Singles: Justin Bieber ‘Love Yourself’ Is Australia’s First No 1 Of 2016

by Gavin Ryan on January 2, 2016

in New Music,News,Noise Pro

The first ARIA Chart for 2016 has Justin Bieber holding for a fourth straight week with “Love Yourself”, which matches the four week’s his previous No.1 “What Do You Mean” (TW-9) achieved back in September of 2015.

This also means Justin has now amassed eight week from his two No.1 songs moving him to equal twelfth on the list for ‘Accumulated Weeks at No.1: 2010’s’ alongside Guy Sebastian and Meghan Trainor who have also notched up eight weeks from two chart topping singles this decade.

After falling to its lowest chart placing last week of No.3, “Hello” by Adele is back up one spot to No.2, pushing Justin’s third Top 10 hit of the week “Sorry” back down to No.3, whilst “Stitches” by Shawn Mendes rebounds back up to No.4 for a fourth non-consecutive week at the songs peak, and this in turn pushes last weeks Top 10 entry of “Fast Car” by Jonas Blue featuring Dakota down one spot to No.5.

DJ Snake and Bipolar Sunshine remain at No.6 again this week with “Middle” and moving back up two places to No.7 is Zara Larsson and MNEK with “Never Forget You” whilst the only new entry to the Top 10 this week are Snakehips with Tinashe and Chance the Rapper on “All My Friends”, which becomes all three acts’ first Top 10 single in Australia, and the fact that they played music festivals here on NYE and NYD should help boost the track again next week, whilst finally holding at No.10 for a second week are WSTRN with their debut track “IN2”.

UP: “Downtown” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis seems to drop then rebound, and this week is rebound week, as their former No.1 climbs back up two spots to No.11, whilst jumping five spots to land a new peak of No.14 is Elle King with “Ex’s & Oh’s”. “Dessert” for Dawin is back up six spots to No.17 and “In the Night” for The Weeknd climbs up a couple of spots to No.18 this week. “Fire & the Flood” for Vance Joy jumps back up eleven spots to No.24 this week, with the new Zara Larsson track “Lush Life” up nine to a new peak of No.25, and “Youth” for Troye Sivan climbs three to land a new chart height of No.27. Alessia Cara benefits from her EP “Four Pink Walls” being released, as her track “Here” jumps up fourteen spots to No.29 while One Direction see an eleven place rise for their former No.1 song “Drag Me Down”, up to No.36. “One Call Away” for Charlie Puth and Tyga is up four spots to a new peak of No.37 and “Uptown Funk” for Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars is back up eleven spots and into the Top 40 at No.38. Rebounding back into the Top 50 this week are “Magnets” for Disclosure and Lorde (63 to 41), “Focus” by Ariana Grande (56 to 42), “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” by Silento (70 to 47), “Photograph” for Ed Sheeran (53 to 50) and making their debut within this weeks fifty are L.D.R.U. with Paige IV on their track “Keeping Score” which rises twelve spots to land at No.49 this week.

DOWN: The only song leaving the Top 10 this week is the Duke Dumont track “Ocean Drive” (HP-5×2, WI10-8), but other tracks further down the chart that drop this week are “Lay it All on Me” for Rudimental and Ed Sheeran which is down five to No.19, “Stand by You” for Rachel Platten and “Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weeknd both drop five spots to No.31 and No.33 respectively, with the next big drop occurring for 99 Souls with “The Girl is Mine” which is down thirteen places to No.46. “Adventure of a Lifetime” by Coldplay falls nine to No.48 and dropping into the lower fifty are Lost Frequencies with “Reality” (44 to 58), “Who You Lovin” by Conrad Sewell (40 to 64), and “All I Want for Christmas is You” for Mariah Carey (17 to 67).

Lower 50: There are NO new entries to the entire chart this week, just a few returning tracks, but firstly the songs rising within the lower fifty starts with Selena Gomez and “Same Old Love” which is back up thirteen places to No.56 while her new track “Hands to Myself” rises five spots to a new peak of No.82. Sia debuted last week with the song “Cheap Thrills” which rises eight this week to a new height of No.57 and back up fourteen to No.59 is Omi with “Hula Hoop”. “Bad Blood” for Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar is back up eleven to No.63, “See You Again” for Wiz Khalifa jumps up sixteen spots to No.65, the original “Fast Car” for Tracy Chapman drives back up fifteen spots to No.78 and also scoring a new peak in the lower fifty is Fleur East with “Sax” which is up eight places to No.86.

“Riptide” by Vance Joy is back up seven places to No.90 this week and once again is setting new chart records, as it has now notched up its 120th week within the Top 100, and returning tracks this week are led by Little Mix with “Black Magic” (#85) followed by “Ghost Town” for Adam Lambert (#91), “Worth it” by Fifth Harmony & Kid Ink (#92), “Blank Space” by Taylor Swift (#93), “Sugar” for Maroon 5 (#98), “Lose Yourself” for Eminem (#99) and now that ‘The Peanuts Movie’ has been released, the song from the film by Meghan Trainor “Better When I’m Dancin’” (HP-76) returns at #100.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.


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