Three weeks at #1 for Drake's God's Plan
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Three weeks at #1 for Drake's God's Plan

February 17, 2018

Moves for Rudimental, Kendrick Lamar & SZA, Dua Lipa and more!

It’s week three at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for Canadian rapper Drake and his track ‘God’s Plan’.

Jumping two spots to #2 this week, ‘These Days’ takes over from ‘Feel the Love’ (#3 Jul. ’12) as Rudimental’s highest Singles Chart peak.

In its sixth week in the top 50, Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s collaboration ‘All The Stars’ cracks the top ten for the first time at #5. Its new peak comes in the same week its parent album Black Panther: The Album debuts at #2. The move gives Lamar his second top ten single after ‘Humble.’ (#2 Apr. ’17).

Climbing two spots to #9, ‘IDGAF’ becomes Dua Lipa’s third top ten on the ARIA Singles Chart. She’s previously hit the top ten with ‘Be The One’ (#6 May ’16) and ‘New Rules’ (#2 Sept. ’17).

The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Pray For Me’, the second track released from Black Panther: The Album, jumps six spots to claim a new peak at #12.

There are also new peaks on the Singles Chart this week for Bazzi’s ‘Mine’ (#17), Liam Payne & Rita Ora’s ‘For You (Fifty Shades Freed)’ (#18) and Zedd & Grey’s ‘The Middle’ (#27).

Debuts:

#32: Marshmello & Anne-Marie ‘Friends’ – Marshmello score a third chart entry with his collaboration with English singer Anne-Marie, ‘Friends’. The American producer has previously charted with the Khalid collaboration ‘Silence’ (#5 Jan. ’18) and the Selena Gomez collaboration ‘Wolves’ (#5 Dec. ’17). ‘Friends’ is Anne-Marie’s first appearance on the chart as a lead artist since ‘Alarm’ (#7 Aug. ’16).

#40: Migos ‘Stir Fry’ – Hip hop trio Migos take out their second top 50 entry on the Singles Chart with ‘Stir Fry’. The track comes from Migos’ album Culture II (#13 Feb. ’18) and was co-written and produced by Pharrell Williams.