In Australia Completes Chart Double, Taylor Swift Sets Records
Taylor Swift is indisputably the boss of Australia’s diagrams this week as Folklore (Republic/Universal) bows at No. 1 on the national collections review and its lead track “Cardigan” controls the singles count.
“Cardigan” opens at the highest point of the ARIA Singles Chart, giving Swift her 6th pioneer and her first since “Look What You Made Me Do” hit the top in September 2017.
Quick path just Rihanna (7), Delta Goodrem (9), P!nk (9), Kylie Minogue (10) and Madonna (10) in the rundown of female independent specialists with the most graph clinchers, as per ARIA, and she’s the main craftsman among them to land five No. 1s the most recent decade.
Old stories opens the conduits on the singles graph, as each of the 16 tracks from it debut inside the Top 50, another record.
Quick breaks the imprint for most makes a big appearance in multi week, recently held mutually by Ed Sheeran and Post Malone at 13. Posty and Michael Jackson mutually own the record for most tracks in the Top 50 out of multi week, with 17.
Quick’s singles count remembers five for the Top 10. The last craftsman to have at least five tracks in the top level was Billie Eilish, who had six Top 10s in April 2019, ARIA reports.
All significant business radio systems including NOVA, HIT, KIIS and Triple J have played singles from Folklore since its unexpected discharge on July 24.
The records don’t stop there. With Folklore turning into Swift’s 6th graph clincher, the pop star has the most No. 1 collections in Australia by any craftsman somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2020.
Coming in at No. 2 on the current ARIA Albums Chart is Cub Sport’s Like Nirvana (Cub Sport Records/Believe), the Brisbane pop outfit’s fourth collection. It’s Cub Sport first appearance in the ARIA Top Ten.
High school Aussie rapper The Kid Laroi sees his presentation collection F*ck Love (Columbia/Sony) start at No. 3. The LP, which includes a coordinated effort with the late Juice WRLD, opens at No. 12 in the U.K.
At last, veteran Irish vocalist Ronan Keating catches his eighth Top Ten as Twenty (Decca/Universal) begins at No. 9, while Aussie down home craftsman Jasmine Rae scores another profession outline top with Lion Side (ABC/Universal), her fifth collection. It’s new at No. 11.