Clean Bandit's 'Rockabye' Enters Sixth Week at No. 1 Down Under
Clean Bandit’s "Rockabye" (EastWest/Warner), featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, extends its unbroken streak atop Australia’s singles chart to six weeks while the Trolls (RCA/Sony) soundtrack climbs to the summit of the national albums chart.
"Rockabye," which is the No. 1 single for a ninth week in the U.K., ensures The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk's "Starboy" (Republic/Universal) stays at No. 2 on the ARIA Singles Chart for another week. “Starboy” extends its record to 12 weeks at No. 2 without ever reaching No. 1 on the national survey. The Canadian singer has some consolation; “Starboy” is No. 1 on ARIA's Streaming Singles chart and his collaboration with Daft Punk, “I Feel It Coming”, climbs 11–7 for his fourth top 10 single.
Zayn & Taylor Swift's "I Don’t Wanna Live Forever" (Republic/Universal) improves 5-3 in its fourth week on the ARIA Singles Chart, while Bruno Mars “24K Magic” (Atlantic/Warner) is down 3-4 and Peking Duk featuring Elliphant’s “Stranger” (Sony) rises 7-5.
Homegrown singer-songwriter Starley cracks the top 10 with “Call On Me - Ryan Riback Remix” which improves 12-8 in its seventh week on the chart. “Call On Me” is also heading for a top 10 berth in the U.K.
Also climbing Down Under is Andy Grammer’s “Fresh Eyes,” which lifts 13-9 to give the American artist his first appearance in Australia’s top 10.
On the ARIA Albums Chart, Trolls enjoys its first stint at the top in its seventh week on the survey. Trolls climbs 6-1, while the market’s best-selling album of 2016, Adele’s 25 (XL/Inertia), improves 3-2.
The Sing (Universal) soundtrack is in strong voice, vaulting 21-3, the Moana (Walt Disney/Universal) soundtrack soars 25-4 and The Rolling Stones' former chart-topping covers set Blue & Lonesome (Polydor/Universal) slips 4-5.