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

March 23, 2016

Can Matt Corby and Lukas Graham hold on to their #1 spots?

This week’s ARIA Charts see Sydney singer-songwriter Matt Corby holding #1 for the first time with debut album Telluric , while Danish band Lukas Graham continue their run at #1 on the Singles Chart for a fifth straight week with ‘7 Years’.

Which artists could take out the top spots on this week’s ARIA Charts?

Let’s take a look at this week’s chart contenders.


After breaking into the top ten for the first time with Hungry Ghost (#6 Sept. ’13), Brisbane band Violent Soho looks set for a stronger showing with fourth album Waco; Gwen Stefani returns to her solo career with her first album in a decade, This Is What The Truth Feels Like; Punk godfather Iggy Pop could make his first Albums Chart appearance since 1993 with Josh Homme collaboration Post Pop Depression; Melbourne band The Drones return with their seventh album and first in three years, Feelin Kinda Free; seven-piece Fremantle hip hop/jazz outfit Koi Child could be set to make their ARIA Charts debut with their self-titled debut album; UK electronic legends Underworld are back with their first album in six years Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future; ahead of its cinema release, the soundtrack Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice could make its chart debut.

Older titles that could make a move back up the top 50 this week include Sia’s This Is Acting, Ed Sheeran’s X, Phil Collins’s Hits and Michael Jackson’s Off The Wall.


Having charted last year with ‘Not Letting Go’ (#24 Aug. ’15), Tinie Tempah looks set to return to the chart with his forthcoming third album’s second single ‘Girls Like’; Justin Bieber could be set for his first new Singles Chart appearance for 2016 with ‘Company’; after debuting at #24 last week with ‘Dangerous Woman’, Ariana Grande could be set for another debut with ‘Be Alright’.

Look out for moves up the chart this week for Fifth Harmony’s ‘Work From Home’, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ ‘Dance Off’, Mike Posner’s ‘I Took A Pill In Ibiza’, Disturbed ‘The Sound Of Silence’, The Chainsmokers’ ‘Don't Let Me Down’ and Alessia Cara’s ‘Wild Things’.

The weekly ARIA Charts announcement happens every Saturday at 6pm.