Another week at the top for “See You Again” making it four weeks at #1 for Wiz Khalifa, who is fresh off Saturday Night Live on the weekend where he performed the track for the NBC late night show.
The only newcomer in the top five was “Marvin Gaye” from Charlie Puth featuring Meghan Trainor which leapt to #5 from #14 in its seventh week on the chart.
The other newcomer in the top 10 was David Guetta with “Hey Mama” featuring Nicki Minaj and Afrojack.
The chart newcomers made it into the 50 on debut:
#14 “You Don’t Own Me” from Grace featuring G–Eazy (Grace Sewell is 18-year-old originally from Brisbane who has been living in London)
#26 “The Buzz” from Hermitude featuring Mataya and Young Tapz
#33 “Anchor” from Birds Of Tokyo
LA’s DJ Deorro with his remix of Chris Brown‘s “Five More Hours” has slipped into the 50 at #45, up from #55, after three weeks on the chart.
Sam Smith had to bail on his Australian tour and his Logies performance, yet the dates he did manage have kept his album “In The Lonely Hour” lodged at #1 after 49 weeks on the chart.
Two chart debuts made the top 10 – Blur with “The Magic Whip” at #5 and Josh Groban at #6 with “Stages”.
Sia snuck back into the top 10 with “1000 Forms Of Fear” which has been charting for 41 weeks and is a former #1.
Making her first appearance in the top 10 for quite some time is Bette Midler with “It’s The Girls” at #10, up from #15, in its third week.
Three other albums debuted lower down the top 50:
#16 Millencolin with “True Brew”
#20 Deez Nuts with “Word Is Bond”
#31 Marlon Williams with “Marlon Williams”
Special mention for Human Nature which pushed “Jukebox” from #55 to #12 after 27 weeks with a high of #2. The band is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an Australian tour that saw them on the Gold Coast at Jupiters last night.
Also back in the top 50 off the back of a tour, and now a Logies performance too, is The Script, with “No Sound Without Silence” up from #65 to #24 after 26 weeks and a peak of #5.