Lady Gaga's album 'Chromatica' stays atop Australian charts for second week
Harry Styles' sophomore album 'Fine Line' is at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums chart while Billie Eilish's 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' is at No. 3
Along with its success in the United States, Lady Gaga's album 'Chromatica' is holding the No. 1 spot for the second week in Australia as DaBaby's single 'Rockstar' (released via Interscope/Universal) completes a month at the top. 'Chromatica', Lady Gaga's sixth and latest studio album, arrived on May 29. Already achieving wide critical acclaim, 'Chromatica' earned a No. 1 slot on the Billboard 200 chart on June 13, which also takes the crown on the UK chart for its second week (by a narrow margin, according to Billboard), and will be Gaga's fourth No. 1 in Australia.
The highest new debut for this week goes to Melbourne alterative rock group Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, whose second LP 'Sideways To New Italy' lands at No. 4 on the ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) Albums Chart and is also the best-selling vinyl album of the week. 'Sideways To New Italy' follows the band's debut record 'Hope Downs', which peaked at No. 24 in June 2018. The album is now at No. 45 on the Official UK Albums Chart this week.
Harry Styles' sophomore album 'Fine Line', which released in December last year, is at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums chart. Billie Eilish's 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?' is at No. 3 while The Ghost Inside's self-titled fifth album bows at No. 5, a new career high. 'The Ghost Inside' is the American metalcore outfit's second title to impact the chart. The LP follows their fourth album 'Dear Youth', which peaked at No. 16 in November 2014. Run The Jewels earn a No. 25, a career-best for 'RTJ4', their fourth album featuring numerous collaborations and following 'Run The Jewels 3', which peaked at No. 36 in January 2017.
For contenders in the ARIA Singles Chart, DaBaby's international hit, 'Rockstar', which features Roddy Ricch, stays for a fourth week at No. 1. SAINT JHN's 'Roses lands at No. 2 while The Weekend's 'Blinding Lights', Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's 'Rain On Me', Topic's 'Breaking Me (featuring A7S) bow at the Top 5, respectively. And finally, New Zealand-born singer Benee sees a new peak as her latest release 'Supalonely' climbs 11-6.