DaBaby holds #1 for second week with Rockstar
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DaBaby holds #1 for second week with Rockstar

May 30, 2020

Moves by Topic, The Weeknd, Harry Styles and more!

DaBaby’s ‘Rockstar’ holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a second straight week. To date, it’s also spent two weeks at #1 on the UK Singles Chart.
The chart leaps by Topic’s ‘Breaking Me’ continue this week. Climbing 24 spots last week, the single is up a further eleven places to hit #14. It’s three spots below the peak reached by the German producer with ‘Home’ (#11 May ’16).
In its tenth week in the Top 50, the third single from The Weeknd’s After Hours (#1 Mar. ’20) album jumps back up 27 spots to be two below its previous peak. The surge up the chart for ‘In Your Eyes’ comes after the release of a remix of the track featuring Doja Cat, who is also in the chart this week with ‘Say So’ (#5) and ‘Boss B**ch’ (#25).
Harry Styles’ ‘Watermelon Sugar’ re-enters the Top 50 at #19 on the back of the release of the single’s eye-popping video. It’s the single’s 13th week in the Top 50, having previously peaked at #12 in December last year.
There are also new peaks this week for Sam Fischer’s ‘This City’ (#21), StaySolidRocky’s ‘Party Girl’ (#37) and Kygo & OneRepublic’s ‘Lose Somebody’ (#43).
#2: Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande ‘Rain On Me’ – Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande join forces for the duet ‘Rain On Me’. It was released a week ahead of Lady Gaga’s sixth album Chromatica and is the second single to drop from it after ‘Stupid Love’ (#7 Mar. ’20). It’s Lady Gaga’s 14th Top Ten single on the ARIA Charts. For Ariana Grande, it’s her second duet to hit the Top Ten in three weeks, having scored a hit with Justin Bieber earlier with ‘Stuck With U’ (#3 May ’20).
#34: Chris Brown & Young Thug ‘Go Crazy’ – After hitting the Albums Chart with Slime & B (#29 May ’20) Chris Brown and Young Thug make their Singles Chart debut together with ‘Go Crazy’. The track is Chris Brown’s first new entry since ‘Don’t Check On Me’ (#20 Jul. ’19) and Young Thug first since ‘Hot’ (#49 Nov. ’19).