Justin Bieber, Lil Nas X Dominate Australia’s Charts


Justin Bieber’sJustice (Def Jam) returns to the summit of Australia’s albums chart for a third non-consecutive week, giving the Canadian pop artist his longest-ever stint at the top.

With his latest crown, Bieber’s Justice passes My Worlds, which enjoyed a two-week run at No. 1 in Australia back in May 2010.

Four tracks from Justice impact the ARIA Singles Chart Top 50 this week, led by “Peaches” at No. 3, and including “Hold On” (No. 18), “Anyone” (No. 30) and “Holy” (No. 43).

In a quiet week for new releases, the highest-charting debut on the current frame is Porter Robinson’sNurture (Mom + Pop), new at No. 27. Nurture is the U.S. electronic producer’s second album and the followup to Worlds, which peaked at No. 13 back in August 2014.

Also making a mark on the albums survey is John Lennon’s first solo album Plastic Ono Band (USM/Universal), which returns to the chart at No. 34 following the release of a special 50th anniversary edition.

Meanwhile, Lil Nas X bags a second week atop the ARIA Singles Chart with “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” (Columbia/Sony) and earns gold status (for 35,000 chart units).

Finally, there’s a notable climb this week for The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” (Universal), which rises 19-4 off the back of a remix featuring Ariana Grande

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