Ariana Grande scores third #1 single with 7 Rings
  Back to all news

Ariana Grande scores third #1 single with 7 Rings

January 26, 2019

Debuts for Dean Lewis, 5SOS and more!

Releasing the second single from Thank U Next, American pop star Ariana Grande takes out her third #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart (more below).
 
A week on from debuting at #19, Sam Smith and Normani’s ‘Dancing With A Stranger’ jumps up nine spots to hit the Top Ten for the first time at #10.
 
After debuting at #47 last week, Calvin Harris and Rag’N’Bone Man’s collaboration ‘Giant’ moves up 19 spots to #28 in its second week on the chart.
 
This week’s Singles Chart also includes new peaks for Gesaffelstein & The Weeknd’s ‘Lost In The Fire’ (#24), Ellie Goulding, Diplo & Swae Lee’s ‘Close To Me’ (#25), Khalid’s ‘Saturday Nights’ (#27) and Dominic Fike’s ‘3 Nights’ (#38).

Debuts:
 
#1: Ariana Grande ‘7 Rings’ – Ariana Grande scores her third #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘7 Rings’. It’s the second single to be released from the forthcoming album Thank U, Next and the second to hit #1 after the title track spent six weeks in the top spot. ‘Imagine’, a promo track from the album, is at #49 this week. Grande first hit #1 with ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ (#1 Apr. ’18).
 
#16: Dean Lewis ‘7 Minutes’ – Sydney singer-songwriter Dean Lewis follows-up ‘Be Alright’ (#1 Sept. ’18) with ‘7 Minutes’. The track is the second single from ARIA Award winner’s forthcoming debut album.
 
#42: 5 Seconds Of Summer ‘Lie To Me’ – After spending eight weeks at #1 in 2018 with ‘Youngblood’ (#1 May ’18), 5 Seconds Of Summer score a new Top 50 entry with ‘Lie To Me’. The track features on the album Youngblood (#1 Jun. ’18) and has also been re-recorded with additional vocals by American singer-songwriter Julia Michaels.
 
#43: The Chainsmokers Feat. Winona Oak ‘Hope’ – American duo The Chainsmokers team up with Swedish singer Winona Oak on ‘Hope’. It’s the fifth track to hit the Top 50 from The Chainsmokers’ second album, Sick Boy, following the title track (#37 Feb. ’18), ‘Everybody Hates Me’ (#50 Mar. ’18), ‘Somebody’ (#43 Jun. ’18) and ‘This Feeling’ (#17 Oct. ’18).