Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean' Stays On Top Down Under

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Justin Bieber arrives at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on August 30, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. 

Justin Bieber has extended his winning streak in Australia, where his comeback single "What Do You Mean" is on top of the national sales chart for a third week. 

The Canadian pop singer’s new song has held off the challenge of the latest releases from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ("Downtown") and Taylor Swift ("Wildest Dreams") to continue his stay at the top. 

It's Bieber’s longest stint at No. 1 on an ARIA chart. Though "What Do You Mean" is his first track to lead the ARIA Singles Chart, he enjoyed life at the summit of the ARIA Albums Chart for two weeks back in May 2010 with his album My World 2.0.

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Meanwhile, it's an all-new top three on the ARIA Albums chart, led by Bring Me The Horizon's fifth studio album That’s The Spirit. The British metalcore band has made it three straight following the chart-topping successes of There Is A Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is A Heaven, Let's Keep It A Secret from October 2010 and and Sempiternal from April 2013.  

Brisbane singer-songwriter Jarryd James' Thirty One is new at No. 2 while veteran metal band Slayer’s 11th album Repentless  starts at No. 3. It’s Slayer’s highest-ever peak on the ARIA Albums Chart, eclipsing the No. 9 efforts of their two previous efforts, Christ Illusion (from 2006) and World Painted Blood (from 2009).