Australian singer-songwriter Matt Corby is eyeing his second consecutive #1 album on the ARIA Albums chart; this is if he can beat Barbra Streisand to first place.
The Sydney artist’s second album, Rainbow Valley, is up against Streisand’s Walls, both of which are expected to debut in the top 5 on this week’s chart.
Meanwhile, English legends The Prodigy will return to the Australian charts with their seventh album, No Tourists, looking to crack the top 10 as Bob Dylan compilation More Blood, More Tracks: The Bootleg Series Vol. 14 lands somewhere in the top 40.
With Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody still packing out cinemas, the band’s Greatest Hits and Platinum Collection are expected to move into the top 3 and top 10 respectively, while Amy Shark’s Love Monster pushes its way back into the top 20.
Over on the Singles chart, Ariana Grande will re-enter the top 10 as Thank U, Next debuts, while Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody and Ava Max’s Sweet But Psycho receive a bump.