Post Malone & Ty Dolla $ign’s “Psycho” Reaches #1 In Australia

“Psycho” jumps to #1 as “Beerbongs & Bentleys” enters the market.

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Post Malone’s “Beerbongs & Bentleys” did not simply attract album sales interest. It also spurred excitement over the individual tracks.

A myriad of tracks from the album accordingly debut on this week’s ARIA Australian Top 50 Singles Chart. One previously released track jumps to #1.

Post Malone’s “Psycho (featuring Ty Dolla $ign),” that song, ascends two places to the apex on this week’s chart. It seizes the throne from Ariana Grande’s “No Tears Left To Cry,” which debuted at #1 last week.

Drake’s “Nice For What” holds at #2, while “No Tears” takes #3. Post Malone’s new “Better Now” (#4) and Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa’s “One Kiss” (#5, +1) complete the Top 5.

Other notables on this week’s chart:
— Post Malone’s “Paranoid” debuts at #10.
— Post Malone’s “rockstar,” a former #1, jumps twenty-one places to #12.
— Post Malone’s “Ball For Me (featuring Nicki Minaj)” enters at #14.
— Post Malone’s “Spoil My Night (featuring Swae Lee)” debuts at #19.
— Post Malone’s “Rich & Sad” starts at #21.
— 5 Seconds Of Summer’s “Youngblood” climbs two places to #24.
— Post Malone’s “Same Bitches” enters at #25.
— Post Malone’s “Over Now” starts at #27.
— Amy Shark’s “I Said Hi” rises six places to #28.
— Post Malone’s “Candy Paint” re-enters at #29.
— Post Malone’s “Stay” joins at #30.
— Post Malone’s “Zack and Codeine” enters at #32.
— Post Malone’s “Takin’ Shots” grabs #36.
— Post Malone’s “Otherside” enters at #41.
— Post Malone’s “Blame It On Me” enters at #43.
— Post Malone’s “92 Explorer” arrives at #44.

Written by Brian Cantor

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