The Black Eyed Peas return to the top of the ARIA Singles Chart for the third time this year, with the hot tune “’Meet Me Halfway” landing its first week at number one, bringing their tally of Australian No.1 singles up to seven and giving them a total of twenty-eight chart topping weeks. Only Madonna, Kylie Minogue and Delta Goodrem have achieved more number ones in the history of the ARIA Charts, with Madonna and Kylie scoring ten each and Delta just behind with eight. Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 2 November 2009
David Guetta achieves his first Australian No.1 single this week with “Sexy Bitch” (featuring Akon), knocking The Black Eyed Peas “I Gotta Feeling” off the top of the ARIA Singles Chart after a record-breaking seven week stretch. Guetta appears twice in this week’s top 10, with his former #6 single “When Love Takes Over” (feat. Kelly Rowland) jumping four spots to #7. It’s Akon’s second number one single following “Lonely”, which spent three non-consecutive weeks at the top in 2005. “Sexy Bitch” also takes out the No.1 spot on the ARIA Digital Track Chart this week.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 17 August 2009
The Black Eyed Peas remain unbeatable on the ARIA Singles Chart this week, as they achieve their seventh week straight in the number one spot with “I Gotta Feeling”. It’s the band’s thirteenth consecutive week on top of the chart (something that hasn’t been achieved in sixty-two years) and gives the band their longest running number one single in Australia as it surpasses the six weeks at the top achieved by both “Where Is The Love” and “Boom Boom Pow”. “I Gotta Feeling” also remains on top of the ARIA Digital Track Chart for seven consecutive weeks.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 10 August 2009
The Black Eyed Peas reign supreme again this week, as they achieve their fourth week at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart with “I Gotta Feeling”, giving the band their tenth week straight at number one. Just two more weeks at the top will cement the Black Eyed Peas in ARIA Chart history as the only act to achieve 12 weeks running in the No.1 position. The single also remains in the top spot on the ARIA Digital Track Chart for the sixth week straight.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 20 July 2009
The Black Eyed Peas continue their dream run on the ARIA Singles Chart this week as “I Gotta Feeling” achieves its third week at number one, giving the band their ninth consecutive week on top of the chart. This was last achieved in 2007 by Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas, with her single “Big Girls Don’t Cry”. “I Gotta Feeling” also remains in the top position on the ARIA Digital Track Chart in its fifth week in the chart.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 13 July 2009
This week sees the domination of The Black Eyed Peas continue, as they break Madonna’s 1985 record to become the first act in twenty four years to replace themselves at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart. “I Gotta Feeling” becomes the group’s sixth number one single, putting them on equal footing with Eminem and Kylie Minogue, with only Delta Goodrem earning more No. 1’s (8) this decade. “Boom Boom Pow” drops to #2 after having spent a huge six weeks at the top.
Hilltop Hoods continue to hold strong at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart with their album “State Of The Art”, becoming the first Australian artist to spend multiple weeks at number one since Silverchair’s “Young Modern” in 2007. They have gone one better than their 2006 debut album “The Hard Road”, which spent one week in the number one position.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 29 June 2009
Adelaide hiphop outfit Hilltop Hoods debut at #1 this week on the ARIA Album Chart, with their new album “State of the Art” taking over top spot from Black Eyed Peas, as the band achieves their second number one album following “The Hard Road” in 2004. “Chase That Feeling”, the first single from “State of the Art”, has jumped four spots to sit comfortably at #16 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
Continue reading ARIA Chart News, w/c 21 June 2009