Sucker scores second week at #1 for Jonas Brothers
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Sucker scores second week at #1 for Jonas Brothers

March 23, 2019

Debuts for Marshmello, Mabel and more!

American trio the Jonas Brothers hold #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a second straight week with ‘Sucker’.
After hitting the Top Ten for the first time last week, ‘3 Nights’, the debut chart entry for Dominic Fike moves up one spot this week to hit a new peak at #8.
In its eighth week in the chart, Lauv and Troye Sivan’s collaboration, ‘I’m So Tired…’, jumps up six spots to sit one spot away from the Top Ten.
Four weeks into its chart run, P!nk’s ‘Walk Me Home’ returns to its debut/peak position. Its parent album, Hurts 2B Human, is out in late-April.
A week on from debuting at #30, Khalid’s ‘My Bad’ jumps up 12 spots to #18. It’s one of four lead artist tracks the American artist has in this week’s Top 50, along with ‘Talk’ (#9), ‘Better’ (#3) and ‘Saturday Nights’ (#50).
Further new peaks come on this week’s chart for Drax Project’s ‘Woke Up late’ (#37), Hilltop Hoods’ ‘Exit Sign’ (#42), Benny Blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez & J Balvin’s ‘I Can’t Get Enough’ (#43) and Mustard’s ‘Pure Water’ (#45).

#35: Marshmello Feat. Chvrches ‘Here With Me’ – Elusive DJ/producer Marshmello picks up his first chart entry for 2019 with ‘Here With Me’. Featuring Scottish band Chvrches, the track become Marshmello’s sixth Top 50 entry on the ARIA Singles Chart. His highest peak to date was with the Bastille collaboration ‘Happier’ (#3 Nov. ’18).
#38: Mabel ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ – British artist Mabel makes her ARIA Singles Chart debut with ‘Don't Call Me Up’. The track features on the 2019 reissue of the mixtape, Ivy To Roses, which was first released in 2017. Mabel is the daughter of singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry, who had her biggest hit on the charts with ‘7 Seconds’ (#3 Sept. ’94), a collaboration with Youssou N'Dour.
#47: A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Feat. 6ix9ine ‘Swervin’ – American rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie takes out a second Singles Chart entry with ‘Swervin’. Like previous single ‘Look Back At It’ (#41 Mar. ’19), the track comes from A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s second album, Hoodie SZN (#23 Feb. ’19).