Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left To Cry” Debuts At #1 In Australia

“No Tears Left To Cry” earns the top spot on this week’s ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles Chart.

Ariana Grande | No Tears Left To Cry

For the first time in her career, Ariana Grande has the #1 song in Australia.

Grande’s new “No Tears Left To Cry” debuts atop this week’s ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles Chart.

It seizes the throne from Drake’s “Nice For What,” which drops to #2 after spending a week on top.

Post Malone’s “Psycho (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)” slips one spot to #3, while Khalid x Normani’s “Love Lies” enjoys another week in the #4 position.

The Weeknd’s “Call Out My Name” holds steady at #5.

Other notables on this week’s chart:
— Avicii’s “Wake Me Up” re-enters at #14.
— Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin’s “I Like It” rises nine places to #16.
— J. Cole’s “KOD” debuts at #20.
— Avicii’s “Levels” re-enters at #24.
— 5 Seconds Of Summer’s “Youngblood” rises twenty places to #26.
— Anne-Marie’s “2002” enters at #27.
— J. Cole’s “ATM” debuts at #32.
— Avicii’s “Without You” re-enters at #36.
— Avicii’s “Hey Brother” re-enters at #39.
— J. Cole’s “Photograph” debuts at #41.
— Dennis Lloyd’s “Nevermind” enters at #43.
— Khalid x Ty Dolla $ign x 6lack’s “OTW” debuts at #44.
— J. Cole’s “Kevin’s Heart” debuts at #46.
— J. Cole’s “Motiv8” enters at #47.


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