Meanwhile, Dua Lipa’s U.K. chart-topper Future Nostalgia (Warner) holds at No. 2 on the ARIA survey, while Sydney rapper Kerser scores his seventh top 10 album with Roll The Dice (ABK Records/Warner), new at No. 3.
All of Kerser’s albums since S.C.O.T. (No. 5 in November 2013) have debuted in the top ten, including his most recent effort Lifestyle, which hit No. 2 in March 2019.
A pair of former No. 1s close out the top five in Artists Unite For Fire Fight (Sony) and The Weeknd’s After Hours (Universal), respectively, while last week’s best-seller, 5 Seconds of Summer’s CALM (Interscope/Universal), dips 1-6.
Also new to the chart this week is All Time Low's Wake Up, Sunshine (Atlantic/Warner), opening at No. 12. It’s the U.S. rockers’ sixth top 50 entry in the land Down Under.
Over on the ARIA Singles Chart, SAINt JHN enters a second week at the summit with “Roses” (Sony) while The Weeknd’s double-platinum hit “Blinding Lights” is held in second place.
Drake’s “Toosie Slide” (Republic/Universal), the latest No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, also enjoys the highest debut on the ARIA chart. It’s at No. 3, ahead of Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” (down 3-4) and Powfu’s “Death Bed,” up (6-5 via Sony).
The only other new arrivals in the top 50 are Jack Harlow’s “Whats Poppin” (Warner) at No. 35 and DaBaby’s “Find My Way” (Island/Universal) at No. 47.