Week two at #1 for Lil Nas X's Old Town Road
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Week two at #1 for Lil Nas X's Old Town Road

April 27, 2019

Moves for Dominic Fike, Avicii, Lewis Capaldi and more!

For the second consecutive week, American rapper Lil Nas X holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Old Town Road’. As well as hitting #1 in Australia last week, the track also topped the UK Singles Chart for the first time.
In its 15th week in the Top 50, ‘3 Nights’ by American singer-songwriter Dominic Fike moves up two spots to claim a new peak at #3.
‘SOS’ by Avicii jumps up three spots to hit the Top Ten for the first time at #8. It becomes the late Swedish producer’s seventh Top Ten single in Australia and the first since ‘The Nights’ (#9 Feb. ’15).
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi climbs three spots to #10 with ‘Someone You Loved’. The track’s entry into the Top Ten comes in its fifth week in the Top 50.
‘So Am I’, the second Top 50 entry for Ava Max, jumps up eight spots to hit a new peak at #14. The American singer-songwriter peaked at #2 with previous single ‘Sweet But Psycho’ in January.
This week’s Singles Chart also features new peaks for Mabel’s ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ (#17), Hilltop Hoods’ ‘Exit Sign’ (#22), Drax Project’s ‘Woke Up Late’ (#23) and Birds Of Tokyo’s ‘Good Lord’ (#25).

#44: Amy Shark ‘Mess Her Up’ – Gold Coast singer-songwriter Amy Shark takes out her third Top 50 entry on the ARIA Singles Chart with ‘Mess Her Up’. The track comes from Shark’s ARIA Award-winning debut album Love Monster (#1 Jul. ’18). Shark previously charted with ‘Adore’ (#3 Feb. ’17) and ‘I Said Hi’ (#6 Jun. ’18).
#46: Lil Dicky ‘Earth’ – American rapper Lil Dicky snares a second entry in the ARIA Top 50 with ‘Earth’. The track features an all-star list of contributors including Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Halsey, Sia, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran and more. Released three days prior to Earth Day, all proceeds from the single will be donated to the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. Lil Dicky first charted with ‘Freaky Friday’ (#4 Apr. ’18).