Drake at 2015 Squamish Valley Music Festival

Drake performs onstage during Day 2 of Squamish Valley Music Festival on Aug. 8, 2015 in Squamish, Canada.  

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Drake’s “One Dance” (Republic/Universal) is the best-selling song on the ARIA Singles Chart for a third week while Keith Urban’s Riptide (Capitol/EMI) enters a second week at No. 1 on the national albums chart. 

Drake’s gold-certified hit is joined in the top 40 by the Canadian rapper’s new recording with Rihanna, "Too Good," which opens at No. 38 on the singles survey

Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna’s “This Is What You Came For” (Columbia/Sony) holds at No. 2 while Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” (RCA/Sony) rises 4-3 and becomes the pop star’s sixth top three single and first since "What Goes Around...Comes Around" reached No. 3 in March 2007.

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The Chainsmokers Feat. Daya’s platinum-certified “Don't Let Me Down” (Columbia/Sony) improves 5-4 this week.

After placing second in last weekend’s Eurovision Song Contest, Dami Im enjoys the week’s highest debut with “Sound Of Silence” (Sony), which is new at No. 5. It’s her second stint inside the top 10 following the reality TV star’s chart-topping success with “Alive” from November 2013.

In other notable moves, Swedish duo Galantis score their third top ten on the singles chart with “No Money” (Atlantic/Warner), which rises 11-6, while Desiigner lands his first top ten with “Panda” (Def Jam/Universal), which improves 15-10 in its sixth week. 

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Urban’s Riptide (Capitol/EMI) becomes the first of his three No. 1 albums to spend more than one week at the chart summit. A track from the album, “The Fighter” featuring Carrie Underwood, opens at No. 30 on the latest singles chart.

Beyonce’s Lemonade (Columbia/Sony) improves 3-2, while Meghan Trainor has the week’s highest debuting album with Thank You (Epic/Sony), which starts at No. 3. It’s the follow-up to 2015’s Title, which peaked at No. 1 and this week rises 38-18. A pair of homegrown recordings complete the top five: The Living End’s Shift (Dew Process/Universal) at No. 4 and Paul Dempsey’s Strange Loop (EMI) at No. 5.