The Music Network Chart Wrap: August 3

Hot 100

Calvin Harris enjoys his eighth week at #1 with This Is What You Came For ft. Rihanna while Shawn Mendes sees his highest ever chart peak at #2 from #7 with Treat You Better. Katy Perry takes a new peak at #5 from #20 with new anthem Rise.

Snakehips see a strong second week in the chart with new hit Cruel ft. ZAYN at #26 from #52. DJ Mustard cracks the Top 35 on week three in the chart with Don’t Hurt Me ft. Nicki MInaj & Jeremih, as does Mike Perry’s The Ocean at #35 from #50. Britney Spears’ latest track Make Me ft. G-Eazy is now at #39 from its debut point of #58. Most moved this week is Digital Farm Animals’ Millionaire ft. Nelly & Cash Cash at #48 from #80, making a move of 32 places.

Kicking off the trend of high debuts this week is Major Lazer’s Hot 100 entry at #16 with new singleCold Water ft. Justin Bieber & MØ. It makes for the only notable entry in the chart until Bernard Fanning’s Wasting Time entry at #61.


ARIA Singles

Major Lazer debuted at #1 on the ARIA Singles, Streaming and Dance charts with Cold Water ft. Justin Bieber & MØ. Their second track to hit #1 on the Singles chart, it’s the lead single to their forthcoming album Music Is The Weapon, the follow up to Peace Is The Mission, which peaked at #5 in 2015.

Illy continues to set new personal bests with Papercuts ft. Vera Blue, now at #2 from #8 and his highest ever charting single. Anne-Marie cracks the Top 10 with latest hit Alarm, her first ever track to hit the bracket moves to #10 from #12. Ariana Grande takes a new peak just outside the bracket at #11 from #18 with Into You.

Mike Perry finally debuts with The Ocean, entering at #39 followed by Jonas Blue’s Perfect Strangerswhich enters at #42.


ARIA Albums

The Top 5 of the ARIA Albums chart this week sees an almost 100% Australian take over with local artists holding 4/5 of the spots. Human Nature take their fourth #1 and the thirteenth by an Australian in 2016 with Gimme Some Lovin’ (Jukebox Vol. II). It’s the follow up to #2 charting albumJukebox and features covers of The Beatles, The Beach Boys and more.

Flume’s former #1 Skin moves back up to #2 from #15 following his headline set at Splendour In The Grass last weekend. Keith Urban returns to #7 from #10 and makes for its 12th week in the Top 10. Periphery take the next debut at #8 with Periphery III: Select Difficulty and is their first Top 10 album on the chart. Matt Corby makes a high re-entry at #22 with latest album Telluric, also seeing a resurgence thanks to his Splendour In The Grass performance.

Click here to view all this week’s charts, including our HOT 100 national airplay (by genre and state), iTunes, Spotify, Shazam, ARIA, AIR & AMRAP. 


Most Added

Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber & MO / Cold Water / MAD/WMA

Mike Perry ft. Shy Martin / The Ocean / SME

The Temper Trap / Lost / MUSHROOM

Hailee Steinfeld & Grey ft. Zedd / Starving / UMA

Jonas Blue / Perfect Strangers / EMI


Singles To Radio

Hailee Steinfeld & Grey ft. Zedd – Starving – UMA

Betty Who / I Love You Always Forever / SME

The Preatures / I Know A Girl / UMA

A R I Z O N A / I Was Wrong (Robin Schulz Remix) / WMA

Bob Sinclar / Someone Who Needs Me / HUS/UMA


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