Mumbrella now publishing ARIA charts weekly

Good news, everyone! Mumbrella will now be publishing the ARIA Top 50 Singles and Albums charts each Friday afternoon, along with a snappy little chart analysis, so you can be sure to enter your weekend armed with the correct knowledge of which chart toppers you should be dancing to in the discotheques.


Not surprisingly, given her current geographic location, Taylor Swift occupies the entire top five of the albums chart, with Midnights topping the charts, followed by 1989 (Taylor’s Version), Lover, Folklore, and Reputation.

Despite the fever, that much isn’t assured — last week, while she was in Melbourne — Kanye West’s new album Vultures I entered at #1 on the chart – it has since dropped to #6 to make way for Tay.

#6 and #7 are also Taylor, Evermore, and Red (Taylor’s Version).

The highest debut, is Sydney band Royel Otis, whose album Pratts & Pain entered at #10.

Click here for the entire top 50 ARIA Albums Chart


Taylor also tops the singles chart, with Cruel Summer climbing from #4 to take pole position. Beyonce’s recent foray into country jumped from #38 to #3, benefitting from its first full chart week since release.

Taylor also sits at #6 and #7, with Anti-Hero and Lover, as well as occupying #13, #20, #21, #22, #24, #27, #31, #32, #37, #38, #39, #40, and #42.

The charts should return to normal soon.

Click here for the entire ARIA Top 50 Singles Chart

The ARIA Charts are © 1988-2024 Australian Recording Industry Association Ltd. The ARIA Charts are compiled from streaming figures and sales from record stores throughout Australia by ARIA. 


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