The final National Indigenous Music Chart for 2018 has arrived, with Busby Marou continuing their reign at #1.
The Queensland duo have spent the past six weeks on top with Sound Of Summer, while Archie Roach makes his debut on the chart this week as seminal hit Down City Streets just makes the top 10.
Birdz has also scored a new entry, with Place Of Dreams featuring Ecca Vandal soaring into #6, while Tasman Keith’s Mission Famous leaps five places to claim #2.
It’s been a huge week for Jessica Mauboy, who, after being revealed as the most played Indigenous artist for 2018, has two singles in the chart this week as We Got Love re-enters at #5 and Fallin’ holds steady at #4.
National Indigenous Music Chart
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#1 - Busby Marou - Sound Of Summer (Warner)
#2 - Tasman Keith - Mission Famous (MGM)
#3 - Thelma Plum - Clumsy Love (Warner)
#4 - Jessica Mauboy - Fallin’ (Sony)
#5 - Jessica Mauboy - We Got Love (Sony)
#6 - Birdz feat. Ecca Vandal - Place Of Dreams (Independent)
#7 - Dallas Woods – Hoodlum (Independent)
#8 - Troy Cassar-Daley - Wouldn't Change A Thing (Liberation)
#9 - Tia Gostelow - Hunger (Independent)
#10 - Archie Roach - Down City Streets (Warner)
The National Indigenous Music Charts will return on January 11.
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