Taylor Swift and Camila Cabello Rule ARIA Charts

Taylor Swift
Mert & Marcus

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Camila Cabello are in charge of Australia’s charts for another week. 

Swift’s platinum-certified sixth studio set Reputation (Big Machine/Universal) enters a second straight week at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, while former best-selling albums by Pink (Beautiful Trauma via RCA/Sony), Ed Sheeran (Divide via Warner), Michael Buble (Christmas via Reprise/Warner) and Sam Smith’s sophomore set (The Thrill Of It All via Capitol/EMI) complete the top 5. 

The week’s highest debut comes from homegrown singer-songwriter Sia, whose holidays-themed record Everyday Is Christmas (Atlantic/Warner) starts at No. 7. It’s her fourth top ten appearance on the ARIA Albums Chart after We Are Born (No. 2 in June 2010), 1000 Forms Of Fear (No. 1 in July 2014) and This Is Acting (No. 1 in February 2016). Also enjoying a top 10 debut this week is Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, the husband and wife team whose first collaborative album The Rest Of Our Life (Artisa/Sony) begins at No. 9.

Meanwhile, Camila Cabello’s “Havana” (Epic/Sony) featuring Young Thug hangs onto the top spot on the ARIA Singles Chart for a second week, as recordings by Post Malone (“Rockstar” via Republic/Universal and “I Fall Apart” via Universal), Ed Sheeran (“Perfect” via Atlantic/Warner) and Selena Gomez/Marshmello (“Wolves” via Interscope/Universal) round out the top 5.



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