Justin Bieber and Adele Nab New Year No. 1s Down Under

Justin Bieber performs during Power 96.1's Jingle Ball 2015 at Philips Arena on Dec. 17, 2015 in Atlanta, Ga. 

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Justin Bieber and Adele continue to dominate Australia’s sales charts in the New Year. 

Bieber has the first No. 1 single of 2016 with his platinum track (70,000 units) “Love Yourself” (Def Jam/Universal), which extends its stay at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart for a fourth week. The Canadian pop star lands three tracks in this week’s top 10, with “Sorry” and “What Do You Mean”at No. 3 and No. 9, respectively, and with those songs he locks-up the top three positions on the first streaming chart of the year.

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Meanwhile, Adele’s quadruple-platinum certified hit “Hello” (XL/Inertia) starts 2016 at No. 2 on the ARIA Singles Chart, with Shawn Mendes "Stitches" (Def Jam) at No. 4 and Jonas Blue feat. Dakota’s "Fast Car" (Virgin/EMI) at No. 5.

Adele’s seemingly unstoppable 25 leads the ARIA Albums Chart for a sixth successive week. The British singer-songwriter’s third album is now seven-times platinum certified Down Under, though it’s some way off from besting her sophomore set 21, which spent 11 consecutive weeks at the top spot and is 15-times platinum. 21 is currently at No. 19 on the national albums chart and her debut 19 is at No. 39.

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Adele’s continuing reign on the albums chart consigns Bieber’s Purpose to No. 2, ahead of Taylor Swift’s 1989 (Big Machine/Universal), Ed Sheeran’s X (Warner Music) and Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams (Parlophone).

Other notables on this week’s chart include One Direction’s fifth album Made In The AM (Syco/Sony) which rises 12-7, The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind The Madness (Universal) which leaps 16-8, and Troye Sivan’s debut full-length Blue Neighbourhood which improves 26-11 (EMI).