Author: DRN1 News
Troye Sivan, a six-time nominee for the 2023 ARIA Awards, is celebrating a significant milestone as his album "Something To Give Each Other" debuts at the #1 spot on the ARIA Albums Chart this week.
The album's initial two singles, "Rush" and "Got Me Started," both achieve notable positions on the ARIA Singles Chart, securing the 26th and 27th spots respectively. Additionally, "One Of Your Girls" makes an impressive debut at #28. In contrast, Troye's earlier albums, "Blue Neighbourhood" (2015) and "Bloom" (2018), peaked at #6 and #3 respectively.
With two previous ARIA Awards under his belt, Troye Sivan is currently in the running for six more accolades this year, including Best Pop Release, Best Produced Release, Best Engineered Release (credited to Styalz Fuego), Best Produced Release (also by Styalz Fuego), Best Electronic/Dance Release, and the publicly-voted Song Of The Year.
ARIA CEO, Annabelle Herd, praised Troye Sivan's exceptional talent, describing him as an artist of a caliber rarely seen, who represents Australia on a global scale. With an impressive 22 billion streams worldwide, Troye's career spans music, screen, and fashion. Herd expressed her elation on behalf of ARIA for Troye's inaugural #1 album in his homeland and looks forward to celebrating his achievements at the upcoming ARIA Awards.
In another notable chart entry, The Living End's self-titled debut album marks its 25th anniversary by claiming the #4 spot. This achievement maintains the band's perfect track record, with every studio album reaching the top 10.
Additionally, South Korean boy band Tomorrow x Together's "The Name Chapter: Freefall" makes an entry at #31, marking their first appearance in the top 100 album chart.
Offset's second solo studio album, "Set It Off," arrives at #58, following his 2019 release "Father Of 4," which peaked at #18.
US rapper Westside Gunn introduces "And Then You Pray For Me" at #81.
Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA presents a reissue of her 2013 album "A" as "A+" which debuts at #94. Her association with ABBA, a band that has sold over 150 million records worldwide, includes five #1 albums in Australia: "ABBA" (1975), "The Best of ABBA" (1975), "Arrival" (1976), "ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits" (1992), and "Voyage" (2021).
Doja Cat's Paint The Town Red holds its position at #1 for the ninth consecutive week, surpassing Morgan Wallen's "Last Night" and becoming the second-longest running #1 hit of 2023. With three more weeks on top, it will tie with Miley Cyrus' "Flowers" for the longest stay at #1 this year.
American country star Zach Bryan achieves two top 10 hits: "I Remember Everything" with Kacey Musgraves climbs from #7 to #6, while his solo hit "Something In The Orange" rises from #11 to #8, entering the top 10 for the first time after 66 weeks on the chart.
Tyla's "Water" surges into the top 10, rising from #20 to #9, marking the South African singer's inaugural charting success here.
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