Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee & Justin Bieber’s “Despacito” Remains #1 In Australia

“Despacito” earns a second week as Australia’s #1 song. The new Liam Payne and Selena Gomez singles join the Top 15.

Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito (featuring Justin Bieber)” retains its standing as Australia’s #1 song.

The global hit tops a second consecutive ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles chart.

DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One (featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne)” holds at #2, while Miley Cyrus’ “Malibu” spends another week at #3.

Up one place, Ed Sheeran’s “Galway Girl” earns #4. Harry Styles’ “Sign Of The Times” falls one spot to #5.

Other notables on this week’s chart:
— Niall Horan’s “Slow Hands” rises seven places to #10.
— Liam Payne’s “Strip That Down (featuring Quavo)” debuts at #11.
— Selena Gomez’ “Bad Liar” arrives at #13.
— Charlie Puth’s “Attention” jumps eleven spots to #19.
— Cheat Codes’ “No Promises (featuring Demi Lovato)” rises seven spots to #20.
— Jonas Blue’s “Mama (featuring William Singe)” ascends ten places to #29.
— Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish (featuring Nicki Minaj)” debuts at #37.
— Imagine Dragons’ “Thunder” enters at #38.
— Harry Styles’ “Sweet Creature” climbs three spots to #39.
— Logic’s “1-800-273-8255 (featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid)” debuts at #43.
— Camila Cabello’s “Crying In The Club” enters at #45.
— Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” re-enters at #49.

Written by Brian Cantor

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