Drake's One Dance returns to #1
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Drake's One Dance returns to #1

June 18, 2016

Debuts for The Veronicas, Fifth Harmony and more!

After two weeks at #2, Drake’s ‘One Dance’ returns to the #1 position on the ARIA Singles Chart for a fifth week. It becomes the second-longest run in the top spot in 2016. Only Lukas Graham’s ‘7 Years’ has spent more weeks at #1 this year, spending eight weeks in the top spot.

As ‘One Dance’ returns to #1, Drake picks up a second entry in this week’s top five with ‘Too Good’. The collaboration with Rihanna is up six spots from last week and becomes the rapper’s third top five from the #1 album Views (#1 May ’16).

Up six spots from last week to #11, Ariana Grande’s ‘Into You’ is the highest-charting single from Dangerous Woman (#1 May ’16). It’s one spot behind the peak reached by teaser track ‘Focus’ (#10 Nov. '15).

Debuting at #45 last week, ‘Treat You Better’ jumps 31 spots to become Shawn Mendes’ second-highest chart entry to date.

This week also sees new peaks for Meghan Trainor’s ‘Me Too’ (#4), Kungs vs. Cookin' On 3 Burners’ ‘This Girl’ (#18), Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Ride’ (#20), Charlie Puth’s ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ (#22), Flo Rida’s ‘Hello Friday’ (#36) and Selena Gomez’s ‘Kill Em With Kindness’ (#37).


#26: The Veronicas ‘In My Blood’ – The week’s highest debut comes from Brisbane duo The Veronicas. ‘In My Blood’ is the first single from their forthcoming fourth studio album. They last charted with ‘If You Love Someone’ (#5 Dec. ’14).

#42: Imany ‘Don’t Be Shy’ – French soul singer Imany makes her top 50 debut with ’Don't Be So Shy’. The track was a #2 hit in her homeland and #1 in several other European countries including Russia.

#45: Fifth Harmony Feat. Fetty Wap ‘All In My Head (Flex)’ – After peaking at #3 with ‘Work From Home’ Fifth Harmony nab a second charting track from 7/27 (#8 Jun. ’16) with the Fetty Wap collaboration ‘All In My Head (Flex)’.

#48: Usher ‘Crash’ – R&B star Usher picks up his first chart appearance in two years with ‘Crash’. The track comes from Usher’s forthcoming eighth album Flawed. He last charted with ‘She Came To Give It To You’ (#32 Sept. ’14).