Barbie The Album Tops ARIA Chart with Soundtrack, Aussie Artists Shine

Barbie The Album


As Barbie conquers cinemas worldwide, the official soundtrack “Barbie The Album” is making waves of its own, storming to the top of the ARIA Chart in Australia. Featuring an impressive lineup of artists and tracks that resonate with audiences, the album’s success is a testament to its captivating melodies and catchy tunes. Additionally, legendary Aussie singer John Farnham reclaims his position on the album’s chart with multiple entries, showcasing his enduring popularity. Meanwhile, the ARIA Singles Chart witnesses a race to the top with Dave and Central Cee’s “Sprinter” reigning for the seventh week.

Barbie The Album Takes Center Stage:

With the release of the highly-anticipated Barbie movie starring Australian actor Margot Robbie, the official soundtrack, “Barbie The Album,” takes the Australian music scene by storm. Published on July 28, the album proudly secures the No. 1 spot on the ARIA Chart. Showcasing tracks like Billie Eilish’s “What Was I Made For?” climbing to No. 2 and the lively collaboration “Barbie World” by Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice, and Aqua soaring to No. 3, the album proves to be a hit among listeners of all ages. It also features local talents like Tame Impala and The Kid Laroi, adding a touch of homegrown charm to the international mix.

John Farnham’s Resurgence:

Aussie music legend John Farnham makes a triumphant return to the albums chart, driven by the recent TV debut of the documentary “John Farnham: Finding The Voice.” His greatest hits album surges to a new peak position, landing at No. 9. Known for his iconic album “Whispering Jack,” which holds the record for the highest-selling album by a domestic artist in Australia, Farnham continues to captivate audiences with his timeless music. “Whispering Jack” also reenters the ARIA Chart, reminding fans of the enduring legacy of this musical icon.

New Entries with Local Flair:

The latest ARIA Chart welcomes two new entries from Australian artists. Folk-rock duo Busby Marou debuts at No. 14 with “Blood Red,” showcasing their unique sound and storytelling abilities. Cold Chisel’s Ian Moss enters at No. 18 with “River Runs Dry,” presenting an impressive solo effort from the renowned musician.

Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, and The Weeknd Collaboration:

In the realm of singles, Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, and The Weeknd make a powerful statement with their collaborative track “K-Pop,” debuting at No. 27. The song is featured on Scott’s latest album “Utopia,” which immediately garners attention upon its release.

NewJeans Makes a Splash:

K-pop finds its way into the top 20 with NewJeans’ second EP “Get Up.” All six tracks from the EP impact the top 100, with “Super Shy” reaching a new peak at No. 14. The girl group boasts an Aussie connection, with members Danielle Marsh and Hanni Pham hailing from Newcastle and Melbourne, respectively.

In a whirlwind of musical talent and chart-topping tracks, the Australian music scene thrives with a diverse array of artists, both local and international. As Barbie dominates the box office, her official soundtrack keeps the melody alive, capturing the hearts of listeners across the country. Meanwhile, John Farnham’s enduring popularity proves that some voices never fade, resonating with audiences old and new. With dynamic new entries and chart-topping collaborations, the ARIA Charts continue to be a reflection of the vibrant and ever-evolving music landscape in Australia.

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