Lana Del Rey scores her fifth number one album on Australia’s ARIA charts

Lana Del Rey scores her fifth number one album on Australia’s ARIA charts beating out country stars Luke Combs and Morgan Wallen

Lana Del Rey has now notched five number one albums on Australia’s ARIA Albums Chart.

The Young and Beautiful singer, 37, took the top spot this week with her ninth studio album, Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. 

The critically-acclaimed album dethroned Morgan Wallen’s One Thing at a Time,  

It marks Lana’s eighth top ten album in Australia and her fifth number one. 

She first topped the chart with her debut Born To Die in 2012, followed by Ultraviolence in 2014, Honeymoon in 2015, and Lust For Life in 2017.

Lana Del Rey has topped Australia’s ARIA charts with her latest release, Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd

It marks Lana's eighth top ten album in Australia and her fifth number one

It marks Lana’s eighth top ten album in Australia and her fifth number one 

She missed the top spot with 2019’s Norman F***ing Rockwell, and Chemtrails Over The Country Club and Blue Bannisters, both of which came out in 2021.  

Her latest release, which was launched on March 24, was one of four debuts which stormed the top ten this week. 

Lana was in good company with the likes of Luke Combs, Fall Out Boy and Matt Corby.

Corby, who first shot to fame on Australian Idol in 2007, returned to the charts after a four-year absence with his third studio album, Everything’s Fine, which debuted at number eight. 

Lana first topped the chart with her debut Born To Die in 2012, followed by Ultraviolence in 2014, Honeymoon in 2015, and Lust For Life in 2017

Lana first topped the chart with her debut Born To Die in 2012, followed by Ultraviolence in 2014, Honeymoon in 2015, and Lust For Life in 2017

Everything’s Fine marks Matt’s third ARIA Top 10 after Telluric reached number one in 2016 and Rainbow Valley peaked at fourth position in 2018.

Meanwhile, country singer Luke Combs’ Gettin’ Old arrived at number two marking his fourth Top 10 in Australia.

He previously topped the charts with his sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get, in 2019.

Fall Out Boy’s So Much (For) Stardust arrives at number four, marking a major return for the band.   

Over on the ARIA Singles Chart, Ed Sheeran has made a triumphant return with Eyes Closed launching at number six.  

His latest track was produced with Max Martin and Shellback, and serves as the lead single from his upcoming album Subtract.

Matt Corby, who first shot to fame on Australian Idol in 2007, returned to the charts after a four-year absence with his third studio album, Everything's Fine

Matt Corby, who first shot to fame on Australian Idol in 2007, returned to the charts after a four-year absence with his third studio album, Everything’s Fine

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