ARIA Charts: Delta Goodrem lands her fifth #1 with Bridge Over Troubled Dreams

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• You Am I hit ARIA top three for the first time since 2001


British rappers Russ Millions and Tion Wayne hold #1 on the ARIA singles chart for a second week with Body. Last week, the track notched up its second week at the top of the UK charts and hit #1 for the first time in New Zealand.

The top rating Australian artist this week is The Kid Laroi in #4 with the new remix of his song Without You featuring Miley Cyrus.

Ahead of the release of her debut album, Sour, Olivia Rodrigo scores a third top ten single with Good 4 U at #2. The follow-up to Déjà Vu becomes the American artist’s second-highest chart peak after Drivers License topped the chart in January. 

With his album The Off-Season debuting at #3 this week, American rapper J. Cole scores twelve entries in the singles chart, including eleven debuts. Just missing the top ten, m y . l I f e is the highest debut, hitting #11. The track features 21 Savage and Morray.


Delta Goodrem takes out her fifth #1 on the ARIA albums chart with Bridge Over Troubled Dreams. The singer-songwriter’s seventh studio album comes six months on from her festive release Only Santa Knows and features the single Paralyzed. At the same time as the album was released, Goodrem issued a book under the same title featuring the stories behind each song on Bridge Over Troubled Dreams. Delta Goodrem has previously scored #1s on the ARIA albums chart with Innocent Eyes in March 2003, Mistaken Identity in November 2004, Delta in October 2007 and Wings Of The Wild in July 2016. Goodrem draws to equal second alongside Kasey Chambers for most #1 albums on the ARIA charts by an Australian female solo artist. Only Kylie Minogue has more, with seven chart-topping albums.

ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd says: “A huge congratulations to Delta Goodrem on reaching #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Bridge Over Troubled Dreams. Her fifth #1 album is a testament to her enduring appeal to fans nearly two decades on from her record-breaking debut, Innocent Eyes.”

Bridge Over Troubled Dreams is the seventh Australian #1 album on the ARIA charts in 2021.

Australian indie rock icons You Am I score their first top ten entry on the ARIA albums chart in 20 years with The Lives Of Others coming in at #2. The follow-up to Porridge & Hotsauce is the quartet’s eleventh studio album. It was recorded by the band in various studios across Australia during 2020, sometimes individually, sometimes with other members. You Am I last appeared in the top ten with their fifth album Dress Me Slowly in 2001. 

Three years on from KOD, American rapper J. Cole releases The Off-Season, coming in at #3. Cole’s sixth studio album features contributions by 21 Savage, Lil Baby, 6lack and more. All 12 of the album’s tracks sit in the top 50 on this week’s ARIA singles chart with m y . l I f e the highest at #11.

Melbourne’s King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard take out their twelfth albums chart top ten as they re-enter at #4 with L.W. The band’s 17th studio album first hit the chart at #39 in March and grabs its new peak after its release on vinyl. L.W. gives the band their fifth #1 on the ARIA vinyl albums chart. Their next album, Butterfly 3000, is set for release on 11 June.

Rock duo The Black Keys take out their fifth top ten album as they release their tenth album, Delta Kream. The album was recorded by the pair over two afternoons at the end of the tour in support of Let’s Rock and features them performing covers of hill country blues songs that influenced them by the likes of R. L. Burnside, Mississippi Fred McDowell and Big Joe Williams

2021 ARIA Chart Toppers

January 4 24Goldn Mood
January 11 24Goldn Mood
January 18 Olivia Rodrigo Drivers Licence
January 25 Olivia Rodrigo Drivers Licence
February 1 Olivia Rodrigo Drivers Licence
February 8 Olivia Rodrigo Drivers Licence
February 15 Olivia Rodrigo Drivers Licence
February 22 Olivia Rodrigo Drivers Licence
March 1 Glass Animals Heat Waves
March 8 Glass Animals Heat Waves
March 15 Glass Animals Heat Waves
March 22 Glass Animals Heat Waves
March 29 Glass Animals Heat Waves
April 5 Glass Animals Heat Waves
April 12 Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar & Giveon Peaches
April 19 Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar & Giveon Peaches
April 26 Lil Nas X Montero (Call Me By Your Name)
May 3 Lil Nas X Montero (Call Me By Your Name)
May 10 The Kid Laroi Without You
May 17 Russ Millions and Tion Wayne Body
May 24 Russ Millions and Tion Wayne Body

January 4 Taylor Swift Evermore
January 11 Taylor Swift Evermore
January 18 Barry Gibb Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers’ Songbook
January 25 Illy The Space Between
February 1 Bluey Bluey The Album
February 8 The Kid Laroi Fuck Love (Savage)
February 15 Foo Fighters Medicine at Midnight
February 22 The Rubens 0202
March 1 Tash Sultana Terra Firma
March 8 Architects For Those That Wish To Exist
March 15 Kings Of Leon When You See Yourself
March 22 Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia
March 29 Justin Bieber Justice
April 5 Skegss Rehearsal
April 12 Justin Bieber Justice
April 19 Taylor Swift Fearless (Taylor’s Version) 
April 26 London Grammar Californian Soil
May 3 Justin Bieber Justice
May 10 Amy Shark Cry Forever
May 17 Amy Shark Cry Forever
May 24 Delta Goodrem Bridge Over Troubled Dreams


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