Thank U, Next gives Ariana Grande fourth straight week at #1
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Thank U, Next gives Ariana Grande fourth straight week at #1

December 8, 2018

Moves for Halsey, Travis Scott & Drake, Ava Max and more!

It’s week four at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’. The track has had added attention this week after the release of its movie-referencing music video
 
In its ninth week in the chart, Halsey’s ‘Without Me’ moves up two spots to score a new peak at #2.
 
After three weeks at #6, Post Malone and Swae Lee’s ‘Sunfower’ has landed a new peak at #5.
 
17 weeks after debuting at #7, Travis Scott & Drake’s ‘Sicko Mode’ jumps up seven spots to return to its previous peak.
 
Moving up five spots to #8, Ava Max cracks the Singles Chart Top Ten for the first time with ‘Sweet But Psycho’.
 
Mariah Carey’s 1994 festive classic ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ returns to the Singles Chart at #14. The single peaked at #2 for two weeks in December 1994 and has gone on to spend a total of 27 weeks in the Top 50.
 
This week’s Singles Chart also features new peaks for Kian’s ‘Waiting’ (#24), Zara Larsson’s ‘Ruin My Life’ (#36), and Hilltop Hoods’ ‘Leave Me Lonely’ (#38).
 
Debuts:
 
#17: Mark Ronson Feat. Miley Cyrus ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ – Producer Mark Ronson grabs his first new entry in the Top 50 under his own name for four years with the Miley Cyrus-featured ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’. The track is the first released from Ronson’s forthcoming fifth album. His last chart entry was with ‘Uptown Funk’ (#1 Jan. ’15). More recently, he collaborated with Diplo under the name Silk City, releasing the Dua Lipa-featured ‘Electricity’ (#22 Oct. ’18).
 
#22: 6ix9ine Feat. Nicki Minaj & Kanye West ‘Mama’ – American rapper 6ix9ine teams up with Nicki Minaj and Kanye West on the track ‘Mama’. The track comes from 6ix9ine’s debut album, Dummy Boy, which was released last week. He’s previously charted with Nicki Minaj with the track ‘Fefe’ (#8 Aug. ’18).
 
#30: 6ix9ine Feat Tory Lanez ‘Kika’ – Also featuring on 6ix9ine’s Dummy Boy, ‘Kika’ gives the rapper a third career Top 50 entry. The track features Canadian rapper Tory Lanez.
 
#42: Meek Mill Feat. Drake ‘Going Bad’ – Meek Mill makes his ARIA Top 50 debut with the Drake-featured ‘Going Bad’. The track comes from the American rapper’s fourth album, Championships, which has debuted at #30 on this week’s Albums Chart. It marks a cooling of relations between Meek Mill and Drake who were previously engaged in a beef.
 
#49: Ellie Goulding & Diplo Feat. Swae Lee ‘Lucid Dreams’ – British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding and American producer Diplo collaborate on ‘Lucid Dreams’. It’s Goulding’s first appearance on the chart since she collaborated with Kygo for ‘First Time’ (#29 May ’17).