Ariana Grande clinches fourth #1 album with Thank U, Next
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Ariana Grande clinches fourth #1 album with Thank U, Next

February 16, 2019

Moves for Dua Lipa, Cardi B and more!

American star Ariana Grande scores a #1 double on this week’s ARIA Charts, debuting at the top of the Albums Chart with Thank U, Next and holding the top of the Singles Chart for a fourth consecutive week with ‘7 Rings’. Grande’s previous album, Sweetener, has moved up seven spots this week to #14.
 
Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album returns to the chart at #13 following her Grammy win for Best New Talent. Debuting in June 2017, the album peaked at #8 in April 2018.
 
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie continues his climb up the chart with Hoodie SZN, hitting at new peak this week at #23.
 
Cardi B made history at this year's Grammy's, becoming the first female solo artist to win Best Rap Album for Invasion Of Privacy. It jumps up the chart 19 spots this week to #26.
 
Following her Australian tour, Jess Glynne re-enters the chart at #35 with second album, Always In Between.
 
With his final Australian tour on sale, the legendary Elton John returns to the chart at #43 with hits compilation Diamonds.

Debuts:
 
#1: Ariana Grande ‘Thank U, Next’ – Ariana Grande takes out her fourth #1 album on the ARIA Charts with Thank U, Next. Coming six months on from Sweetener (#1 Aug. ’18), the album features the #1 singles ‘7 Rings’ (#1 Jan. ’19) and the title track (#1 Nov. ’18), as well as promo single ‘Imagine’ (#15 Dec. ’18). All twelve tracks from Thank U, Next are in the Top 50 of the Singles Chart this week: ‘7 Rings’ holds #1, ‘Thank U, Next’ jumps to #7 and ‘Imagine’ re-enters the chart at #25, while there are debuts for ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored’ (#2), ‘Bloodline’ (#11), ‘Needy’ (#13), ‘NASA’ (#16), ‘Bad Idea’ (#21), ‘Fake Smile’ (#22), ‘Ghostin’ (#26), ‘In My Head’ (#36) and ‘Make Up’ (#41). Ariana Grande has also hit #1 in Australia with Dangerous Woman (#1 May ’16) and My Everything (#1 Sept. ’14).
 
#4: Sticky Fingers ‘Yours To Keep’ – Sydney band Sticky Fingers release fourth album, Yours To Keep. It’s their third Top Ten album after Land Of Pleasure (#3 Aug. ’14) and Westway (The Glitter & The Slums) (#1 Oct. ’16).