Ariana Grande scores fifth week at #1 with 7 Rings
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Ariana Grande scores fifth week at #1 with 7 Rings

February 23, 2019

Debuts for Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Yungblud, Halsey and more!

For the fifth week in a row, Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. After having 12 tracks in last week’s Top 50, the American has eight in this week’s chart, including  ‘Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored’ at #2.
 
Moving up 15 spots to #9 in its second week on the chart, ‘Talk’ by Khalid hits the Top Ten for the first time. It becomes the American singer-songwriter’s fourth Top Ten as a lead artist.
 
American duo The Chainsmokers jump ten spots to #18 with their collaboration with ARIA winners 5 Seconds of Summer, ‘Who Do You Love’. The track debuted last week at #28.
 
As it notches up its sixth week in the Top 50, Dominic Fike’s debut chart entry ‘3 Nights’ moves up ten places to claim a new peak at #20.
 
This week’s chart also includes new peaks for Calvin Harris & Rag’N’Bone Man’s ‘Giant’ (#24), Lauv & Troye Sivan’s ‘I’m So Tired…’ (#25) and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s ‘Look Back At It’ (#45).

Debuts:


#22: Cardi B & Bruno Mars ‘Please Me’ – After collaborating on ‘Finesse’ (#6 Feb. ’18), Cardi B and Bruno Mars join forces again on ‘Please Me’. The track is Cardi B’s first new entry as a lead artist since ‘I Like It’ (#14 Jul. ’18). Bruno Mars last appeared with his collaboration with Gucci Mane and Kodak Black, ‘Wake Up In The Sky’ (#46 Oct. ’18).
 
#30: Yungblud & Halsey Feat. Travis Barker ’11 Minutes’ – Joining forces with Halsey, British singer-songwriter Yungblud make his Singles Chart debut. ‘11 Minutes’ features contributions by Blink -182’s Travis Barker. This week, Halsey also sits at #10 with ‘Without Me’ and at #17 as a featured artist on Benny Blanco’s ‘Eastside’.
 
#39: Zedd & Katy Perry ‘365’ – Zedd and Katy Perry team up for ‘365’. The single is Zedd’s first new release to hit the chart since ‘Happy Now’ (#27 Sept. ’18). For Perry, it’s her first chart appearance since ‘Swish Swish’ (#22 Jul. ’17).