Week two at #1 for Camila Cabello's Havana
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Week two at #1 for Camila Cabello's Havana

November 25, 2017

Debuts for Pnau, David Guetta and more!

Camila Cabello’s ‘Havana’ holds the top spot on the ARIA Singles Chart for a second week. As well as hitting #1 in Australia, the UK and Canada, it’s peaked to date at #2 in the US and New Zealand.

A jump of one spot moves Post Malone’s ‘I Fall Apart’ to #3 this week. With ‘Rockstar’ still at #2, the American rapper holds two spots in the top three on this week’s chart.

A week on from hitting the top ten for the first time, Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s ‘Wolves’ climbs up a further four spots to make its first top five appearance at #5. Marshmello’s collaboration with Khalid, ‘Silence’, has also hit a new peak this week at #6.

After visiting Australia this week on a promo visit, Rita Ora jumps up 15 spots to #23 with ‘Anywhere’. It’s the single’s third week in the top 50.

There are also new peaks on this week’s Singles Chart for Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso’s ‘Let Me Go’ (#14), NF’s ‘Let You Down’ (#17), Lil Pump’s ‘Gucci Gang’ (#21), Lorde’s ‘Homemade Dynamite (Remix)’ (#26), Post Malone’s ‘Congratulations’ (#30) and Cheat Codes’ ‘Feels Great’ (#39).

Debuts:

#37: David Guetta & Afrojack Feat. Charli XCX & French Montana ‘Dirty Sexy Money’ – French DJ/producer David Guetta and Dutch DJ/producer Afrojack score a second top 50 entry together on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Dirty Sexy Money’. The Charli XCX and French Montana-featured track comes more than two years on from the duo’s first entry together, ‘Hey Mama’ (#5 May ’15).

#48: Pnau ‘Go Bang’ – A week on from the debut of Changa at #11 on the ARIA Albums Chart, Pnau score a second Singles Chart entry form it with ‘Go Bang’. It’s the Sydney act’s second chart entry for the year, following on from ‘Chameleon’ (#4 Feb. ’17).

#50: Imagine Dragons ‘Whatever It Takes’ – Imagine Dragons pick up a third Singles Chart entry from Evolve (#4 Jul. ’17) with ‘Whatever It Takes’. The track follows ‘Believer’ (#33 Feb. ’17) and ‘Thunder’ (#2 Aug. ’17) into the chart.