In a quiet week for new releases, the highest-charting debut on the current frame is Porter Robinson’s Nurture (Mom + Pop), new at No. 27. Nurture is the U.S. electronic producer’s second album and the followup to Worlds, which peaked at No. 13 back in August 2014.
Also making a mark on the albums survey is John Lennon’s first solo album Plastic Ono Band (USM/Universal), which returns to the chart at No. 34 following the release of a special 50th anniversary edition.
Meanwhile, Lil Nas X bags a second week atop the ARIA Singles Chart with “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” (Columbia/Sony) and earns gold status (for 35,000 chart units).
Finally, there’s a notable climb this week for The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears” (Universal), which rises 19-4 off the back of a remix featuring Ariana Grande.
Source: News | Billboard