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On The Charts: Jay-Z and Haim Make Top 5 Debut

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On The Charts: Jay-Z and Haim Make Top 5 Debut

Debuts by Jay-Z, Haim and The Jungle Giants couldn't knock Ed Sheeran's Divide from #1, giving the singer-songwriter his 16th week at the top. Lorde edged closer, with Melodrama moving back up to #2 from last week's position of #3. 

Jay-Z's 4:44 secured #3, and his fourth top ten on the ARIA Albums Chart, with his fourteenth album 4:44. The album features guest appearances by his wife Beyoncé, Frank Ocean and Damian Marley.

Californian sisters Haim's second album, Something To Tell You, landed #4. The album comes four years on from Days Are Gone, which debuted at #2 on the charts.

While The Jungle Giants reached their highest spot on the charts with their new album, Quiet Ferocity, coming in at #11. It beats their two previous albums Speakerzoid at #25 and Learn To Exist at #12.

Also new this week was the Baby Driver soundtrack at #47. The soundtrack has 30 tracks compiled and produced by Danger Mouse and features The John Spencer Blues Explosion, Sam & Dave, Beck, Blur, Carla Thomas and more.

 

Topics: On the Charts

 
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