Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber’s Stay Rules ARIA Singles Chart – Billboard

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“Stay” (Columbia/Sony) by Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber enters a 16th nonconsecutive week at No. 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, putting the hit song in rare company.

With its latest feat, “Stay” takes second place in ARIA’s all-time list of most weeks at the top, behind only “Dance Monkey” by Tones And I, which recorded 24 weeks at the top after its release in 2019.

“Stay” has been nothing short of a juggernaut with fans and the industry. The six-times platinum-certified track came in at No. 2 on the Triple J’s 100 Hottest Countdown for 2021, and it’s nominated for the coveted Song of the Year at the 2022 APRA Music Awards.

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Further down the list, “Where Are You Now” by Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott (Sony) reached a new peak position (up 12-5), nine weeks after breaking into the Top 50; while Disney’s “We’re Not Talking About Bruno” (Walt Disney) Encanto the soundtrack improves from 11 to 6, a new high.

Local electronic music producer Luude’s retelling of Men At Work’s “Down Under” (Sweat It Out/Xelon) is now a Top 10. Credited as Luude’s “Down Under” featuring Colin Hay, it’s 13- 10 in its fifth week. The hard-hitting update to the 80s classic from Men At Work also enters the UK Top 10 this week for the first time.

On the ARIA albums chart, The Weeknd’s Dawn FM (Republic/Universal) climbs 4-1 for its third week in first place. The Canadian R&B star leads the charts with four titles, although his first three only spent a week at number one.

Finally, veteran Australian alternative rock band The Whitlams appear on the ARIA Albums Chart for the first time in over a decade, as sancho (MGM) comes in at No. 21. It’s the Sydney band’s first new studio album in 16 years, since Little cloudwhich peaked at No. 4 in March 2006.

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