Who'll top this week's ARIA Charts?
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Who'll top this week's ARIA Charts?

November 9, 2016

Contenders include Bon Jovi, Birds Of Tokyo, Robbie Williams and more.

At the top of the ARIA Charts last week, Jessica Mauboy’s third week at #1 with The Secret Daughter (Songs From The Original TV Series) gave her the longest run of consecutive weeks in the top spot on the Albums Chart in 2016. On the Singles Chart, James Arthur’s Say You Won’t Let Go held the #1 spot for a fourth straight week.

Who will we see vying for the top of this week’s ARIA Charts?

Here are some of this week’s contenders.

ALBUMs

Bon Jovi could be set for a tenth ARIA #1 album with thirteenth album This House Is Not For Sale; Birds Of Tokyo return with their first album in three years, Brace; Robbie Williams could be set for a twelfth top ten with The Heavy Entertainment Show; Melbourne rapper Pez returns with Don't Look Down, his first album in eight years; Diplomatic Immunity could give Melbourne duo Client Liaison their debut ARIA Charts top 50 entry; Alicia Keys is back with her first album in four years, Here; Melbourne crooner Harrison Craig could chart with third album Kings Of Vegas.

Look out for moves up the Albums Chart by Michael Buble’s Christmas, Keith Urban’s Ripcord, Twenty One Pilots’ Blurryface, Disturbed’s Immortalized, Ed Sheeran’s X and Human Nature’s Gimme Some Lovin': Jukebox Vol. II.

Singles

The Chainsmokers could pick up another new entry on the Singles Chart with the five-track ‘Collage EP’; British act Clean Bandit could make their first Singles Chart appearance since 2014 with ‘Rockabye’.

Singles that could climb the chart this week include Maroon 5’s ‘Don't Wanna Know’, Bruno Mars’ ‘24K Magic’, Neiked’s ‘Sexual’ and Frenship ‘Capsize’.

The weekly ARIA Charts announcement happens every Saturday at 5pm.