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

April 11, 2018

New releases come from Kylie Minogue, 30 Seconds To Mars, Alison Wonderland and more.

At the top of last week’s ARIA Charts, Ed Sheeran claimed a 27th week at #1 on the Albums Chart with ÷ and Drake clocked up his tenth straight week atop the Singles Chart with God’s Plan.

Which acts will we see making an impact on this week’s ARIA Charts?

Here are some of the likely debutants and movers.

ALBUMs

ARIA Hall Of Famer Kylie Minogue could score a fifth #1 with 14th studio album Golden; a host of pop luminaries pay tribute to one of music’s writing duos on the tribute album Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin; Hillsong Worship could take out a third top five debut with There Is More; the Jared Leto-fronted 30 Seconds To Mars return with America, their first album in five years; Sydney producer Alison Wonderland could take out a second top ten entry with second album, Awake; American rapper Cardi B releases her debut album, Invasion Of Privacy; Melbourne indie quartet City Calm Down will be looking for a new chart peak with second album, Echoes In Blue; American hardcore band Underoath could take out a third top 50 entry with Erase Me; poetry written by the legendary Man In Black is put to music on the tribute release Johnny Cash: Forever Words.

Keep an eye out for moves up this week’s Albums Chart by Fleetwood Mac’s The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac, Lorde’s Melodrama and more.

Singles

Drake follows ‘God’s Plan’ with ‘Nice For What’; Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa team up for the new single ‘One Kiss’; American metal band Bad Wolves could make their top 50 debut with their cover of The Cranberries’ ‘Zombie’.

Moves up the Singles Chart could come this week for Khalid & Normani’s ‘Love Lies’, Delta Goodrem’s ‘Think About You’, Noah Kahan & Julia Michaels’ ‘Hurt Somebody’ and Robinson’s ‘Nothing To Regret’, among others.

Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.