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

June 13, 2018

New releases come from Sheppard, Kids See Ghosts, Lily Allen and more.

At the top of the week ARIA Charts last week, Kanye West snared his second #1 album with ye and 5 Seconds Of Summer held the top spot on the Singles Chart for a third straight week with ‘Youngblood’.

Which acts could we see hitting the top spot on the ARIA Charts this week?

Let’s check out some of the possible debutants and movers.


Brisbane band Sheppard could score a second Top Three debut with second album, Watching The Sky; Kid Cudi and Kanye West team up for the self-titled debut for their duo, Kids See Ghosts; British singer-songwriter Lily Allen returns with her first album in four years, No Shame; British R&B artist Jorja Smith could  make her Albums Chart debut with Lost & Found; 20 of the best-loved tracks by Olivia Newton-John are collected on Hopelessly Devoted: The Hits; American country artist Dierks Bentley could grab a second Top 50 entry with The Mountain; country duo Sugarland release their first album since reuniting, Bigger; classic tracks by The Beach Boys receive the orchestral treatment on The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Albums that could make a move up the chart this week include Vance Joy’s Nation Of Two, P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma, INXS’ The Very Best, Shawn Mendes’s Illuminate and more.


Peking Duk could make their first Top 50 appearance in 2018 with ‘Reprisal’; Sydney singer-songwriter Ruel could score his debut Top 50 entry with ‘Dazed & Confused’; Jess Glynne could return to the Top 50 as a lead artist for the first time since 2015 with ‘I'll Be There’.

Look out for jumps up the Singles Chart this week from Noah Kahan & Julia Michaels’s ‘Hurt Somebody’, Dennis Lloyd’s ‘Nevermind’, Clean Bandit’s Solo, A$AP Rocky’s Praise The Lord (Da Shine) and The Chainsmokers & Drew Love’s ‘Somebody’, among others.

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