The Weeknd holds #1 for fourth week
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The Weeknd holds #1 for fourth week

February 15, 2020

Debuts by Justin Bieber, Khalid, OneFour and more!

The Weeknd holds #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for a fourth consecutive week with ‘Blinding Lights’. The Canadian artist this week revealed the title of his forthcoming fourth album: After Hours. Both ‘Blinding Lights’ and ‘Heartless’ (#10 Dec. ’19) look set to appear on the follow-up to the EP My Dear Melancholy, (#3 Apr. ’18). No release date for After Hours has been confirmed yet.
A week on from cracking the Top Ten, Halsey’s ‘You Should Be Sad’ continues to bound up the chart, moving three more places to sit at #5 in its fifth week.
Lewis Capaldi’s ‘Before You Go’ moves up one to claim a new peak at #8.
New peaks this week also come for the Jonas Brothers’ ‘What A Man Gotta Do’ (#22), Dua Lipa’s ‘Physical’ (#26), Doja Cat’s ‘Say So’ (#34) and The Rubens’ ‘Live In Life’ (#35).
#13: Justin Bieber Feat. Quavo ‘Intentions’ – A week ahead of the release of his fifth album Changes, Justin Bieber releases the second single, the follow-up to ‘Yummy’ (#4 Jan. ’20). ‘Intentions’ features rapper Quavo, who is one third of American hip hop group Migos. Bieber and Quavo also worked together on the DJ Khaled singles ‘I’m The One’ (#1 May ’17) and ‘No Brainer’ (#6 Aug. ’18).
#31: Khalid x Disclosure ‘Know Your Worth’ – American singer-songwriter Khalid and English electronic duo Disclosure release the collaboration ‘Know Your Worth’. It’s Khalid’s second Top 50 entry for 2020, having charted last month with ‘Eleven’ (#48 Jan. ’20). The track is Disclosure’s first chart appearance since ‘Magnets’ (#14 Oct. ’15). The pair previously produced Khalid’s ‘Talk’ (#4 Apr. ’19), which he performed at the 2019 ARIA Awards.
#33: OneFour ‘Welcome To Prison’ – Western Sydney hip hop collective OneFour score their highest Top 50 chart entry with ‘Welcome To Prison’. The track’s references their recent controversies, following the gaoling of three of the group’s members: YP, Lekks and Celly14. OneFour first charted with ‘In The Beginning’ (#39 Nov. ’19).
#39: Joji ‘Run’ – Former YouTube comedian and rapper, Japanese-born Australian Joji picks up his second and highest ever ARIA Singles Chart entry with ‘Run’. It’s his second standalone single since the release of his debut album, Ballads 1 (#17 Nov. ‘18), having charted last year with ‘Sanctuary’ (#42 Jun. ’19). He is part of 88rising, a collective of Asian born musicians with huge global fanbases. The video for ‘Run’ has reached 10 million views in just over a week.
#49: Ali Gatie ‘What If I Told You That I Love You’ – Canadian artist Ali Gatie follows ‘It’s You’ (#15 Aug. ’19) with ‘What If I Told You That I Love You’. Gatie’s previous single spent 23 weeks in the Top 50 and was accredited 2x Platinum.