Beyonce beats Eminem to attain a second week on Australia’s chart throne, whereas a pair of Olivia Newton-John albums return to the highest ten, simply days after her death.
On the brand new ARIA Albums Chart, printed Friday (Aug. 12), Bey’s Renaissance (through Columbia/Sony) stays on prime, to move off Eminem’s fast-starting Curtain Name 2 (Interscope/Common), new at No. 2 for the week’s prime debut.
Australians are exhibiting their love for homegrown stage and display icon Olivia Newton-John by turning to her best hits. ONJ’s profession retrospective, Hopelessly Devoted: The Hits (Sony), bounces to No. 5 on the ARIA Albums Chart, whereas the 14-times platinum unique soundtrack to Grease (Common) flies to No. 8.
Newton-John was raised in Melbourne and was a bonafide nationwide treasure in her homeland, the place she was inducted into the ARIA Corridor of Fame and made a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC), amongst her many profession awards and honors.
The “Bodily” singer died Monday (Aug. 8) on the age of 73, following an extended battle with most cancers.
Earlier this week, Victoria’s premier Dan Andrews introduced the late artist can be remembered with a state memorial service, particulars of which might be confirmed within the weeks forward.
In the meantime, Yolŋu indie-rockers King Stingray crack the ARIA Chart for the primary time with their self-titled first album, new at No. 6. King Stingray carried out on the 2022 Nationwide Indigenous Music Awards, held final Saturday (Aug. 6) at Darwin Amphitheatre within the Northern Territory, and received for music of the 12 months with “Milkumana”.
Over on the ARIA Singles Chart, Kate Bush’s “Working Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” (through Warner) continues its extraordinary comeback. The veteran English singer’s 1985 hit clocks up a ninth non-consecutive week at No. 1, all following the premiere of season 4 of Stranger Issues, by which it seems.
The very best new entry on the brand new listing belongs to DJ Khaled together with his replace on the Bee Gees’ “Staying Alive” (Epic/Sony) that includes Drake and Lil Child, dropping in at No. 16.
Lastly, Chris Brown cracks the Prime 20 together with his new launch “Beneath The Affect” (RCA/Sony), new at No. 20, whereas Benny Blanco, BTS and Snoop Dogg arrive at No. 31 with their long-awaited collaboration “Dangerous Selections” (Interscope/Common).