British singer George Ezra scoops his first chart title Down Under with “Shotgun” (Columbia/Sony) as Eminem notches a third straight week atop the nationwide albums survey with Kamikaze (Interscope/Universal).
Platinum-certified (70,000 items) “Shotgun,” the third single from Ezra’s sophomore album staying at tamara’s, was just lately named the Official Biggest Song of the Summer within the U.Ok., the place gross sales and streams from June 1 to Aug. 31 zoomed previous 820,000 mixed items.
On the ARIA Singles Chart, “Shotgun” rises Three-1 in its eighth week inside the highest 50, knocking homegrown artist Dean Lewis’ “Be Alright” (Island/Universal) into second place after 5 successive weeks on the summit.
Completing the Australian prime 5 this week is Benny Blanco’s “Eastside” (Interscope/Universal) that includes Halsey & Khalid; Lil Pump & Kanye West’s “I Love It” (Warner/Universal) and Calvin Harris & Sam Smith’s “Promises” (Columbia/Sony), respectively, whereas Marshmello & Bastille’s “Happier” cracks the highest 10 for the primary time, rising 13-Eight. It’s the fourth prime 10 for Marshmello and the third for Bastille.
With a No. 15 bow, Khalid’s “Better” (RCA/Sony) is the week’s highest debut and the U.S. singer’s third entry as a lead artist on the singles chart this yr.
On the ARIA Albums Chart, Eminem locks-up the highest spot for a 3rd straight week with Kamikaze. Of the Detroit hip-hop legend’s 9 No. 1 albums, simply two have spent extra weeks on the summit: The Eminem Show (seven weeks in 2002) and Recovery (9 weeks in 2010).
The highest new entry on the album’s tally this week belongs to Carrie Underwood, whose Cry Pretty (EMI) begins at No. four for the U.S. nation star’s third No. four peak in these components, whereas Atlanta artist 6lack (East Atlanta Love Letter at No. 6 Interscope/Universal) and French EDM veteran David Guetta (7 at No. 9 Parlophone/Warner) get pleasure from prime 10 debuts.