Taylor Swift isn’t giving up her chart crown in Australia this week.
The U.S. pop superstar’s lockdown album Evermore locks onto top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for a fourth successive cycle.
Evermore now equals the run at No. 1 by Swift’s previous album, Folklore. Just one album from her catalog has logged more time at the top, 1989, with a total of nine weeks.
Swift’s presence is felt up and down the current chart, which also features Folklore (down 4-7), 1989 (up 48-31) and Lover (up 39-34).
In a result that mirrors the top tier of the U.K. tally, Evermore is followed on the ARIA Chart by Harry Styles’ Fine Line, which improves 5-2 for its 52nd week in the Top Ten.
Fine Line, the current leader on the ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart, gets a push thanks to the viral video for “Treat People with Kindness” featuring Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Meanwhile, The Kid LAROI is back in the high life as the deluxe edition of his debut mixtape F*ck Love (Savage) rises 6-3, equaling its chart peak. It’s a third time at No. 3 for F*ck Love. The rising, Australian-born and raised rapper earned three nominations at the 2020 ARIA Awards.
In a rare sight, no new releases impact the ARIA Albums Chart this week.
Finally, record-smashing Aussie singer and songwriter Tones And I has a third Top 10 single as “Fly Away” lifts 11-8. The four-time ARIA Award-winner previously ruled the chart for a record 24 weeks with “Dance Monkey” and peaked at No. 7 with “Never Seen The Rain.”