The U.S. rapper’s first chief within the land Down Underneath is lifted from his forthcoming sophomore album, Come Dwelling the Children Miss You, due out Could 6.
In a sluggish week for brand new releases, Canadian singer and songwriter Lauren Spencer-Smith has the one debut within the ARIA High 50, as “Flowers” (Island/Common) blooms at No. 42. It’s Spencer-Smith’s second look following “Fingers Crossed”, which cracked the High 10 in January, with a peak oft No. 8. “Fingers Crossed” dips 44-47 on the newest body, for the week commencing April 25, 2022.
The nationwide albums chart is dominated by trendy classics, as Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia (Warner) returns to No. 1 for a 3rd non-consecutive week. The Brit Award-winning pop star’s album lifts 11-1 following the discharge of a inexperienced vinyl, a part of an “Australian Tour Version.”
Future Nostalgia dropped in March 2020, hit the height in its third week, and returned to the summit in mid-March 2021, ARIA experiences. This week, Lipa’s sophomore album logs is 108th week on the ARIA Chart.
In the meantime, Harry Kinds’ Effective Line (Columbia/Sony) improves 9-3 following his Coachella efficiency and the announcement of his 2023 Australian stadium tour, whereas Tyler, The Creator’s 2021 launch Name Me If You Get Misplaced (Columbia/Sony) reenters at No. 10, following its launch on wax.
The very best debut — and solely new launch on the albums chart this week — belongs to nation artist Kirsty Lee Akers, whose Wild (Social Household Data/Orchard) begins at No. 11.
Akers’ launch was supported by a number of appearances throughout the Tamworth Nation Music Competition. Wild is the followup to Underneath My Pores and skin, which peaked at No. 29 in August 2018.