The Music Network Chart Wrap: October 14

Hot 100

Justin Bieber holds #1 for his fourth week in a row with What Do You Mean? this week, staying ahead of a stable #2 as Taylor Swift’s Wildest Dreams remains unable to move up. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Downtown takes #3 up from #4 whilst R City’s Locked Away takes a new peak at #4 from #6. Ellie Goulding and Robin Schulz enter the Top 10 at #7 from #15 and #8 from #14 respectively and mark the last notable movement in the bracket.

Rudimental enjoys a jump to #24 from #48 with Lay It All On Me featuring Ed Sheeran on its second week in the chart. Disclosure’s new hit single Magnets featuring Lorde makes strong gains to #28 from #55 whilst Duke Dumont’s Ocean Drive continues to enjoy its newfound traction at commercial radio, making it to #33 from #61. Most Moved this week is Conrad Sewell’s Who You Lovin’ which leaps to #37 from #95, a grand total of 58 positions.

There are very few big debuts this week, infact there are none in the Top 50. The first comes in at #71 with last week’s most added song to radio, Rufus’ Like An Animal. 5 Seconds Of Summer re-enter at #75 with She’s Kinda Hot, as does Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again featuring Charlie Puth at #82.

ARIA Singles

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Downtown holds #1 on the ARIA Singles chart for a second week in a row now whilst Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean maintains the pressure at #2. Ellie Goulding earns her third Top 3 single with On My Mind moving up to #3 from #7 following her performance on X-Factor last week.  Jessica Mauboy takes a new peak at #5 from #8 with her latest hit This Ain’t Love, as does Drake’s Hotline Bling at #6 from #13, becoming his highest charting single ever and his third Top 10 appearance. Rudimental’s Lay It All On Me featuring Ed Sheeran makes a huge leap of 36 spots to #11 from #47 whilst Dawin’s Dessert starts to reflect its success on the airplay chart and makes it up to #17 from #24.

ARIA Albums

Taking #1 on the ARIA Albums chart this week is a new #1 debu from Triple J’s Like A Version Volume 11 and marks the third successive compilation album to debut at the top. It enters ahead of Cold Chisel’s eighth album The Perfect Crime. The next debut comes in at #4 with Rudimental’s We The Generation, their second studio album and it enters just short of previous album Home’s peak of #2.  Three other Top 10 debuts come in, the first at #6 and #7 with Bryan Adams’ Get Up and Trivum’s Silence In The Snow. The last debut in the bracket is from Avicii with Stories entering at #10. Janet Jackson’s Unbreakable  just misses out on the Top 10 debut, entering at #11. 

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


Most Added

Rufus / Like An Animal / SME

Demi Lovato / Confident / HOL/UMA

The Vamps / Wake Up / VIR/EMI

Lost Frequencies / Reality / HUS/UMA

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike / Higher Place / VBTCH/UMA


Singles To Radio

Olly Murs / Kiss Me / SME

5 Seconds Of Summer / Hey Everybody / EMI

The 1975 / Love Me / SME

Johnny Rollins / High / UMA

Lost Frequencies / Reality / HUS/UMA


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