It's looking like a big week on the ARIA Charts with a stack of debut appearances expected, including from some big name Australian acts.
According to mid-week figures, Delta Goodrem is in the running to pick up her fifth #1 album, with Bridge Over Troubled Dreams expected to land in the Top 3 for the week.
Goodrem last claimed the #1 back in 2016 with her album Wings Of The Wild. Goodrem's first three albums, 2003's Innocent Eyes, 2004's Mistaken Identity and 2007's Delta, all landed in the top spot.
It's a tight race though, with US artist J Cole also vying for the #1 with his latest, The Off-Season, also expected to debut within the Top 3.
Goodrem isn't the only local act set to make a big impact this week.
Much-loved rock group You Am I are expected to land in the Top 10 with their latest offering, The Lives Of Others (check out the review here). The group are also no strangers to chart success, having had their albums Hi Fi Way (1995), Hourly, Daily (1996) and #4 Record (1998) all land the #1 spot of the chart.
If You Am I land in this week's Top 10, this would be their highest charting position since 2006's Convicts, which came in at #11.
The Black Keys are also gunning for the Top 10 with Delta Kream, while Alan Jackson's Where Have You Gone and St Vincent's Daddy's Home are both likely for Top 20.
It's been a big couple of weeks for St Vincent who just today shared the official trailer for her upcoming film project with Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein, as well as releasing her seventh studio album.
Nicki Minaj's Beam Me Up Scotty is looking at Top 30 while Jorja Smith's Be Right Back is likely for Top 40.
Expect a total J Cole takeover on the Singles Chart this week.
While Olivia Rodrigo's Good 4 U is likely to make its debut in the Top 10 ahead of the release of her debut album, Cole's likely to have an impressive 11 tracks make their debut across the Top 50. See the predicted placings below.
- Top 10: My Life
- Top 20: Amari, Pride Is The Devil, and 95 South
- Top 30: Applying Pressure, Let Go My Hand, 100 Mil', and Punchin' The Clock
- Top 40: The Climb Back and Hunger On Hillside
- Top 50: Close
Cole's Interlude is also expected to hold onto its Top 20 placing from last week's chart.
Check out last week's ARIA Chart results here.
Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Broadmeadow
Royal Theatre, Canberra
WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong
Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre, Broadbeach
Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre, Townsville City
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Boondall
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Olympic Park
RAC Arena, Perth
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Hindmarsh
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne