Week three at #1 for P!nk's Hurts 2B Human
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Week three at #1 for P!nk's Hurts 2B Human

May 18, 2019

Debuts for Lee Kernaghan, Logic and more!

It’s week three at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for P!nk’s Hurts 2B Human. The American artist’s previous album Beautiful Trauma spent six weeks in the top spot.
 
Moving up four spots to #10 in its third week in the Top 50, Back In The Swing becomes David Campbell’s fifth Top Ten on the ARIA Albums Chart.
 
Ahead of the release of the biopic Rocketman, Elton John’s hits collection Diamonds jumps from #33 to #22.

On the back of his national tour, country singer-songwriter Morgan Evans returns to the chart at #29 with Things That We Drink To.
 
Debuts:
 
#3: Lee Kernaghan ‘Backroad Nation’ – Australian country star Lee Kernaghan takes out a tenth Top Ten entry on the ARIA Albums Chart with Backroad Nation. The singer-songwriter’s 17th studio album is his first since The 25th Anniversary Album (#2 Apr. ’17). Kernaghan first hit the Top Ten with 1959 (#9 Jul. ’95). He spent four weeks at #1 with Spirit Of The Anzacs (#1 Mar. ’15).
 
#12: Logic ‘Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind’ – Logic scores his fifth Top 50 entry with Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind. It’s the American rapper’s fifth studio album and comes less than a year on from previous album, YSIV (#8 Oct. ‘18). The new album features current Eminem-featured single ‘Homicide’ (#6 May ’18), as well as appearances by Will Smith, G-Eazy, Gucci Mane and more.
 
#25: Mac DeMarco ‘Here Comes The Cowboy’ – Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco returns with Here Comes The Cowboy. DeMarco’s fourth studio album becomes his third to appear on the ARIA Albums Chart, following, This Old Dog (#23 May. ’17) and Another One (#24 Aug. ’15).
 
#47: Various ‘Eurovision Song Contest Tel Aviv 2019’ – With the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Tel Aviv, Israel over the weekend, its soundtrack album makes its Top 50 debut. The release features all 41 participants including Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke. The highest charting Eurovision album to date has been Eurovision Song Contest 2015 Vienna (#4 Jun. ’15).