ARIA Chart: Troye Sivan’s debut album races to the top

ARIA Charts: Perth singer-songwriter Troye Sivan sees first album “Wild” go #1 on debut

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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis made a good run at top spot, climbing up from #9 to #2 with “Downtown”, but they couldn’t quite unseat Justin Bieber and his single “What Do You Mean?” from a second week leading the singles chart. Bieber’s tune has had amazing global success topping the chart in the UK, USA and Canada.

“Downtown” is positioned for another run at the top this week.

The only newcomer in the top 10 was Felix Jaehn with “Ain’t Nobody” edging higher from #12 to #10 in its fifth week on the chart.

The highest entry of four debuts this week was Sigala with “Easy Love” at #14.

The other new arrivals were:
#16 Troye Silvan with “Wild”
#37 Reigan with “Feels Like Heaven”
#49 N.W.A. with “F**k the Police”

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Eleven new entries in the top 50 this week with the top three all new.

Perth’s Troye Sivan crashed into the chart at #1 with “Wild”, beating much heavier rockers Iron Maiden and Five Finger Death Punch to the top.

Maiden’s “The Book of Souls” is their 16th album and their first in five years and it debuted at #2 with Five Finger Death Punch’s “Got Your Six” was new at #3. It is the sixth album from the Las Vegas based metal band.

N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton” made it into the top 10 at #8 after a total of 20 weeks on the chart, up from #39 last week after previously peaking at #51 back in 1990. N.W.A.’s “Greatest Hits” also made the top 10, in at #9, up from #24 last week after eight weeks on the chart. “The Best of N.W.A.” also appeared in the top 50 at #33, up from #69.

Simply Red are back on the charts twice this week with “Song Book 1985-2010” new at #18 and “Big Love” at #22.

The other new arrivals this week:
#28 Fidlar with “Too”
#30 Travi$ Scott with “Rodeo”
#36 Maundz with “Nobody’s Business”
#39 James Blunt with “I’ll Take Everything”
#41 Ice Cube with “Greatest Hits”
#49 Ice Cube with “Amerikkka’s Most Wanted”

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