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

May 17, 2017

Contenders include Harry Styles, Paramore, Miley Cyrus and more.

At the top of last week’s ARIA Charts, Ed Sheeran’s ÷ returned to #1 on the Albums Chart for a ninth week and DJ Khaled held #1 on the Singles Chart for a second week with ‘I’m The One’.

Which acts could we see taking out the coveted #1 spots on this week’s ARIA CHarts

Let’s check out the contenders.


After topping the Singles Chart with ‘Sign Of The Times’, Harry Styles will be aiming to top the Albums Chart with his self-titled debut; American pop punk band Paramore return with their first album in four years, After Laughter; with their fifth album, Welcome Home, American country act Zac Brown Band could score their third top 50 entry; Brisbane’s Dead Letter Circus reimagine their back catalogue with The Endless Mile; Sydney singer-songwriter Dean Lewis hopes to follow-up the Singles Chart success of ‘Waves’ (#14 May ’17) with Albums Chart success with the EP Same Kind Of Different; South African band Seether could grab a fifth top 50 entry with Poison The Parish; ARIA Hall Of Fame members Midnight Oil release the career-encompassing box set The Full Tank; American rapper Machine Gun Kelly could chart in the top 50 for a second time thanks to third album Bloom.

Albums that could make a move up the chart this week include Eurovision Song Contest 2017 Kyiv, The Ten Tenors’ Wish You Were Here and James Blunt’s The Afterlove.


Miley Cyrus could make her first appearance on the ARIA Singles Chart since 2014 with ‘Malibu’; following the release of his debut solo album, Harry Styles could score a second Singles Chart entry with ‘Sweet Creature’; Calvin Harris releases a new track form his forthcoming album Funk Wav Bounces Vol. I, ‘Rollin’.

Look out for moves up this week’s Singles Chart by Harry Styles’ ‘Sign Of The Times’, Future’s ‘Mask Off’ and Post Malone’s ‘Congratulations’.

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