Kylie Minogue is the brand new Queen of Australia’s albums chart.
The Aussie pop star takes prime spot on the nationwide albums survey this week with Step Again In Time: The Definitive Assortment (BMG/Warner), which gathers all ten of her ARIA No. 1 singles, the brand new monitor “New York City” and extra.
It’s the sixth profession No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for Kylie, as she’s recognized in these components, after Gentle Years (October 2000), Fever (October 2001), X (December 2007), Kiss Me As soon as (March 2014) and Golden (April 2018).
The ARIA Corridor of Famer additionally sees her retrospective hits set bow atop the Australian Albums and Vinyl Albums charts, changing into the primary artist to snag all three chart titles consecutively, and it’s the best-selling album within the U.K.
Elsewhere on the Australian chart, Billie Eilish’s monster debut When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go? (Interscope) slips from the highest into second place, forward of latest releases from Chris Brown (Indigo by way of RCA/Sony) and The Black Keys (Let’s Rock by way of Nonesuch/Warner) at No. three and 4, respectively.
Bruce Springsteen’s Western Stars (Columbia/Sony) rounds out the highest 5.
In the meantime, Lil Nas X continues his trip on the prime finish of the ARIA Singles Chart as “Old Town Road” (Columbia/Sony) enters an 11th week at No. 1. The American rapper’s five-times platinum hit now attracts stage with Bryan Adams’ “Everything I Do (I Do It For You),” the Spice Women’ “Wannabe” and Drake’s “God’s Plan” for essentially the most weeks spent on the summit. The all-time chief is Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” at 15 weeks.
The week’s highest debut belongs to Ed Sheeran and Khalid, whose collaboration “Beautiful People” (Atlantic/Warner) begins at No. 4. It’s the third prime 10 effort from Sheeran’s forthcoming No.6 Collaborations Venture, after “I Don’t Care” (No. 1 in May) and “Cross Me” (No. 5 in June).
There’s a brand new chart peak for Italian trio Meduza as “Piece Of Your Heart” (Neon/Common), that includes Goodboys, rises 9-7, whereas former Australian Idol champ Man Sebastian snags his first prime 10 in additional than 5 years as his new single “Choir” (Sony) rises 20-10 in its fourth week on the chart.