James Arthur’s “Say You Won’t Let Go” Retains #1 Spot In Australia; Little Mix Enters Top 5

James Arthur [Say You Wont Let Go | Official Video]

The reign continues for James Arthur.

Arthur’s “Say You Won’t Let Go” spends a third consecutive week atop the ARIA Australian Top 50 singles chart.

The Weeknd’s “Starboy (featuring Daft Punk)” holds at #2 on this week’s chart, while The Chainsmokers’ former multi-week #1 “Closer (featuring Halsey)” remains #3.

Up eight places in its second week on the chart, Little Mix’s “Shout Out To My Ex” earns #4 on this week’s listing.

“Shout Out To My Ex” marks the girl group’s second Australian Top 5. Little Mix first reached the territory with the #3-peaking “Wings.”

Down one place, Calum Scott’s “Dancing On My Own” is #5 on this week’s chart.

Other notables inside the Top 50:

— Maroon 5’s “Don’t Wanna Know” rises ten places to #11.

— Zara Larsson’s “Ain’t My Fault” climbs seven places to #17.

— Peking Duk’s “Stranger (featuring Elliphant),” the top debut, opens at #18.

— Nevada’s “The Mack (featuring Mark Morrison & Fetty Wap)” jumps ten places to #20.

— Flume’s “Say It (featuring Tove Lo)” ascends fourteen places to #27.

— Neiked’s “Sexual” debuts at #33.

— Drake’s “Fake Love” enters at #40.

— Frenship’s “Capsize (featuring Emily Warren)” arrives at #46.

— Zayion McCall & Zay Hilfigerrr’s “JuJu On That Beat” joins at #47.

— Andy Grammer’s “Fresh Eyes” begins its Australian chart run at #50.

Written by Brian Cantor

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