The Music Network Chart Wrap: September 22

Hot 100

Justin Bieber sits pretty at the top of the Hot 100 this week withWhat Do You Mean? moving up from last week’s #6. Taylor Swift’sWildest Dreams moves up to #2 from #7 while Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Downtown also takes a new peak at #3 from #8, their first single to move up into the Top 3 since #1 charting single Can’t Hold Us. Felix Jaehn’s Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better) marks the only new entry in the chart at #7 up from #14, and marks the highest peak he’s reached as a lead artist, previously peaking at #1 with his remix of OMI’s Cheerleader.

Outside the Top 10, Troye Sivan’s Wild makes a jump to #16 from #42 while The Rubens take a new peak at #20 from #26 with Hoops.Most moved this week is Robin Schulz’s Sugar featuring Frencesco Yates which leaps to #25 from #64 on its second week in the chart.

One new debut makes its way into the Top 50 this week with Jessica Mauboy’s This Ain’t Love, her new drum and bass infused track which only just received its commercial service last week. Making an incredibly strong re-entry at #43 is Afrojack’s Summerthing featuring Pitbull following a successful re-service to radio with a new version.

ARIA Singles

It’s now week three at #1 for Justin Bieber’s latest hit What Do You Mean?, claiming the title as his longest running #1 in Australia. It’s a rather stagnant week in the Top 10 however with very little to no notable movement. Debuting just outside the top bracket at #11 is P!nk’s Today Is The Day, her first chart appearance in two years and with none other than the intro theme to the latest season of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Jess Glynne breaks into the Top 20 at #17 from #28 with Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself, taking a new peak in what is now its thirteenth week in the Top 50. OMI’s latest chart success Hula Hoop sees a jump to #20 from #29 as Robin Schulz’sSugar featuring Francesco Yates debuts at #31.

ARIA Albums

British stadium metalcore legends Bring Me The Horizon earn their third consecutive #1 on the ARIA Albums chart this week with That’s The Spirit, their fifth studio album and the follow up to 2013’sSempiternal. Jarryd James’ debut album Thirty One earns the #2 debut this week and contains the Brisbane artist’s #2 ARIA Single Do You Remember which also saw huge success on the Hot 100, peaking at #1. Slayer’s Repentless debuts at #3 marking a new peak for the group, previously peaking at #9 with both Christ Illusion and World Painted Blood. Following with the next highest debuts at #13 and #14 is Nero’s Between II Worlds and Ellie Drennan’s Close Your Eyesrespectively. N.W.A hold two consecutive chart spots at #11 and #12 Greatest Hits and Straight Outta Compton respectively. 

Here is what TMN had to say about Bring Me The Horizon’s new album in a previous segment of Ones To Watch.

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

Lawson / Under The Sun / MUSHROOM

Kwabs ft. Fetty Wap / Walk / WMA

Raury / Friends / SME

Celeste / Keeping Me Here / WJO/UMA

Shawn Mendes / Stiches / UMA


Most Added

Jamie Lawson / Ahead Of Myself / ATL/WMA

Diplo ft. Sleepy Tom / Be Right There / SME

Drake / Hotline Bling / UMA

Bring Me The Horizon / Throne / SME

Chvrches / Deepst Blue / MUSHROOM


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