Who'll top this week's ARIA Charts?
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Who'll top this week's ARIA Charts?

November 21, 2019

Will Billie Eilish end Tones And I’s reign?

US country star Luke Combs scored his first #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart last week with What You See Is What You Get, while Tones And I’s ‘Dance Monkey’ notched up an incredible 16th week at #1 and broke the record for most weeks spent in the top spot for any single in ARIA Charts history. An amazing achievement.
Who will be vying for prime positions on the ARIA Charts this week?
Let’s take a look at some of the possible debutants and movers.
Iconic Australian singer Paul Kelly is looking to score his third #1 with Songs From The South: Paul Kelly's Greatest Hits 1985-2019; Meanwhile global superstar Celine Dion could hit the top spot for the first time since 2002 with her latest effort, Courage; US country group Lady Antebellum is on track for a sixth Top 10 entry with Ocean; Canadian rapper Tory Lanez could be set for a maiden ARIA appearance with Chixtape 5; The soundtrack for Disney sequel Frozen 2 is headed for a Top 50 debut; German folk group Milky Chance return with third album Mind the Moon; Lil Peep could make a posthumous appearance in the Top 50 with the compilation Everybody’s Everything; Aussie band Winston Surfshirt are eyeing a second Top 50 entry with their second album Apple Crumble.

Keep an eye out for moves on the Albums Chart by Tool’s Fear Inoculum, U2’s The Joshua Tree, INXS’s The Very Best and Billie Eilish’s Don’t Smile At Me.
Billie Eilish is on course to score her seventh Top 10 entry of 2019 with ‘Everything I Wanted’; Western Sydney rap group OneFour are closing in on their first ever ARIA Charts debut with ‘In the Beginning’; Dutch DJ-producer Martin Garrix could also break his way into the Top 50 with ‘Used To Love’ featuring Australian singer Dean Lewis.
Taylor Swift’s ‘Lover’ is expected to take a considerable leap up the Singles Chart this week.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.