Justin Bieber is on top in the land Down Under.
The Canadian pop singer debuts at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Justice, for his fourth leader there.
Bieber’s sixth and latest studio LP also causes an avalanche on the national singles chart, as his tune “Peaches” (featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon) starts at No. 2, one of his nine tracks in this week’s Top 50, including five debuts.
He also starts at No. 22 with “Unstable” featuring Sydney singer and rapper The Kid Laroi; at No. 23 with “As I Am”; at No. 40 with “2 Much”; and No. 42 with “Off My Face”.
Bieber previously hit the summit with the albums My Worlds (May 2010), Believe (June 2012) and Purpose (November 2015).
Close behind is Lana Del Rey’s Chemtrails Over The Country Club, new at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Chemtrails is the best-seller on this week’s ARIA Vinyl Chart, and it’s the U.S. singer’s sixth Top 10 on the all-format ARIA Albums Chart.
Homegrown country hero Troy Cassar-Daley enjoys his highest-charting album to-date with The World Today, which opens at No. 3. The World Today is Cassar-Daley’s sixth Top Ten on the Albums Chart and sixth No. 1 on the ARIA Country Album Chart.
Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia dips 1-4, while Sydney indie trio Middle Kids complete the Top 5 with their sophomore album Today We’re The Greatest, new at No. 5. It’s the followup to their debut album Lost Friends from 2018, which won the prestigious J Award for Australian album of the year.
Finally, Sydney rapper Masked Wolf pounces for a new chart high as “Astronaut In The Ocean” lifts 8-7. The rising hip-hop artist last week topped Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart.