The Music Network Chart Wrap: April 3

Hot 100
It’s now week three at #1 for Lukas Graham’s 7 Years. It maintains its lead ahead of Fifth Harmony’sWork From Home ft. Ty Dolla $ign, which lands at #3 from #10 on its third week in the chart. Daya’sHide Away moves into the Top 10 at #8 from #14, as does Sia’s Cheap Thrills at #10 from #12, a new peak for both.

ZAYN sees success with Like I Would moving up to #18 from #45 this week. Samantha Jade’s Alwayssees a small bump to #32 from #41 followed by Hailee Steinfeld’s Rock Bottom at #44 from #65.

Most moved this week is Ariana Grande’s new single Dangerous Woman, which sees a jump to #19 from #57 on its second week in the chart, a total of 38 places.

Disturbed’s The Sound Of Silence debuts at #57 following a huge adoption across commercial radio last week. Alessia Cara enters close behind at #60 with Wild Things. The Chainsmokers’ latest bangerDon’t Let me Down debuts at #73.

ARIA Singles
The ARIA Singles chart sees another week of Lukas Graham at the top with 7 Years, holding the top for what is now its sixth week at #1. Fifth Harmony mirror their success on other every other chart with Work From Home ft. Ty Dolla $ign moving up to #3 from #6, picking up a Gold certification along the way.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Dance Off ft. Idris Elba & Anderson Paak enjoys a move into the Top 10 from #7 making for their fifth Top 10 single on the ARIA chart. This marks the last of the notable movement in this week’s chart though two debuts round off the bottom of the chart. The first of is Tinie Tempah’s Girls Like ft. Zara Larsson at #37 followed by Justin Bieber’s Company at #41.

ARIA Albums
Taking #1 on the ARIA Albums chart is what is arguably the most hyped album in Australia right now, Violent Soho’s WACO. Their fourth album is their first ever #1 and follows the success of 2013’sHungry Ghost, which peaked at #6 and also marks the sixth Australian album to hit #1 in 2016.

The band are touring the album with DZ Deathrays, Dune Rats and Gooch Palms throughout May with nine out of the ten dates currently sold out.

Gwen Stefani’s This Is What The Truth Feels Like debuts at #6. It’s her first album since 2007’s The Sweet Escape which saw a peak of #2. Her highest charting album is her debut solo release Love, Angels, Music, Baby which hit #1 in 2005.

Iggy Pop’s hyped Post Pop Depression album debuts at #7. His seventeenth solo album saw Pop collaborate with Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme, the both of them recently in the country for a promo tour. Melbourne’s The Drones debut at #12 with Feelin Kinda Free, taking a new peak above previous best I See Seaweed which peaked at #18.

Click here to view all this week’s charts, including our HOT100 national airplay (by genre & state), iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, ARIA, AIR & AMRAP.


Singles to Radio

Gnash – I Hate U I Love U – WMA

Nick Jonas ft. Tove Lo – Close – UMA

Kanye West ft. Rihanna – Famous – UMA

DMA’S – In The Moment – MUSHROOM

Saifa – Make Them Wheels Roll – WMA


Most added 

Alessia Cara-  Wild Things – UMA

Sneaky Sound System – I Ain’t Over You – IND

Gnash – I Hate U I Love U – WMA

Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman – UMA

Iggy Azalea – Team – UMA





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