ARIA Charts: The Kid Laroi scores second #1 single with Justin Bieber collab

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• Olivia Rodrigo claims her seventh week on top of the albums chart with SOUR


Australian hip hop star The Kid Laroi and Canadian star Justin Bieber debut at #1 on this week’s ARIA singles chart with Stay. The track is the first to be released from Laroi’s upcoming mixtape, F*ck Lov3. It becomes his second ARIA #1 single after topping the chart for a week in May with Without You; that track has moved back up to #10 this week. For Bieber, it’s his fifth chart-topper after What Do You Mean? In September 2015, Love Yourself in December 2015, I Don’t Care with Ed Sheeran in May 2019) and Peaches in April 2021.

ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd says: “From Waterloo to the world! A huge congratulations to The Kid Laroi on taking out his second ARIA #1 single with Stay. It’s fantastic to see an Australian artist receiving global recognition while also tasting big success at home.”

Korean megastars BTS take out their fourth top ten single on the ARIA Charts as they debut at #6 with Permission To Dance. It’s the group’s third English-language single after Dynamite and Butter. The track was co-written by Ed Sheeran, among others. This week Butter climbs back eleven spots to #26.

With two weeks before her second album, Happier Than Ever, is released, Billie Eilish debuts at #16 with NDA. It’s the fifth track from the album to chart after My Future, Therefore I Am, Your Power and Lost Cause. Her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? marks its 120th week in the top 50 this week.

American rapper Post Malone takes out his first new chart entry for almost two years as he debuts at #22 with Motley Crew. It’s the first song released from his upcoming fourth studio album. The last time Malone debuted on the chart was in September 2019 when nine tracks from Hollywood’s Bleeding entered, including the title track.


After a week at #2, Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR returns to #1 on the ARIA albums chart. It’s the seventh week in the top spot for the American singer-songwriter’s debut album. 

The highest ranking Australian album this week comes from homegrown icon Jimmy Barnes who made history on last week’s ARIA chart by claiming his 13th #1 album with Flesh And Blood. The album has moved into second place this week. Barnes becomes the first Australian solo act to have #1 albums in every decade since the 1980s.

Brisbane’s DZ Deathrays take out their second ARIA top ten entry as they debut at #4 with Positive Rising: Part 2. It’s the follow-up to Positive Rising: Part 1 which hit #21 in  September 2019, and was nominated for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album at the 2019 ARIA Awards. The trio first hit the ARIA top 10 with Bloody Lovely at #4 in February 2018. 

Reissued to mark its 25th anniversary, Magic Dirt’s Friends In Danger scores a new ARIA charts peak at #10. The Geelong band’s debut album peaked at #25 on the chart when it was released in September 1996. It was the only album released by Magic Dirt to feature guitarist Dave Thomas, who passed away in March 2020.

Sydney duo Jess & Matt return to the chart for the first time in three years with Wildflowers at #11. The pair’s third album is the follow-up to Songs From The Village and is their first release to feature only originals. The husband and wife hit the top ten when their self-titled debut came in at #9 in December 2015.

Australian punk veterans Cosmic Psychos take out their second career top 50 entry as they debut at #19 with Mountain Of Piss. The trio’s eleventh album becomes their highest-charting, taking over from top 50 debut Loudmouth Soup which hit #37 in April 2018. 

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
May 31 Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U
June 7 Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U
June 14 Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U
June 21 Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U
June 28 Olivia Rodrigo Good 4 U
July 5 Ed Sheeran Bad Habits
July 12 Ed Sheeran Bad Habits
July 19 The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber Stay

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
May 31 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
June 7 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
June 14 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
June 21 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
June 28 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
July 5 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR
July 12 Jimmy Barnes Flesh And Blood
July 19 Olivia Rodrigo SOUR

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