The Kid Laroi, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift dominate the 2022 ARIA charts


The Kid Laroi, Harry Styles and Taylor Swift dominate the 2022 ARIA charts as the biggest single and album of the past year are revealed

The biggest artists in Australian music last year were international hitmakers. 

On Thursday, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) revealed its top singles and albums for 2022.

Harry Styles and Taylor Swift had the highest record sales in Australia for 2022, with Taylor edging out the former One Direction star.

Harry Styles and Taylor Swift had the highest record sales in Australia for 2022, with Taylor edging out the former One Direction star

After Midnights blasted onto the charts in October, it earned the highest sales week of any album last year.

The album spent seven weeks at the top of the ARIA Albums Charts and most of the tracks filled the top ten of the singles chart.

Meanwhile, Harry’s House – released in May – spent eight weeks at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart to take the second position on the year-end tally.

Aussie rapper The Kid Laroi's latest album F*ck Love (Over You) has maintained a position in the top 25 for a second consecutive year at number 21 after it took the third spot in 2021

Aussie rapper The Kid Laroi’s latest album F*ck Love (Over You) has maintained a position in the top 25 for a second consecutive year at number 21 after it took the third spot in 2021 

Not only that, the British musician also claimed the number one single of the year with As It Was – one of three tracks in the ARIA Top 50 Singles for the year. 

Australia’s own Spacey Jane and their latest release Here Comes Everybody have entered the top three of the Vinyl Albums Chart at third place on the tally.

And Aussie rapper The Kid Laroi’s latest album F*ck Love (Over You) has maintained a position in the top 25 for a second consecutive year at number 21 after it took the third spot in 2021.

Meanwhile, Harry’s House - released in May - spent eight weeks at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart to take the second position on the year-end tally

Meanwhile, Harry’s House – released in May – spent eight weeks at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart to take the second position on the year-end tally 

Laroi earned three tracks in the annual yearly chart, including Stay featuring Justin Bieber, which came out at number three. 

Another notable mention must go to PNAU’s remix of Cold Heart with Elton John and Dua Lipa which was behind Laroi in the fourth spot. 

Finally, Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour was the fourth biggest album of 2022 after it was number one in 2021. 

Australia's own Spacey Jane and their latest release Here Comes Everybody have entered the top three of the Vinyl Albums Chart at third place on the tally

Australia’s own Spacey Jane and their latest release Here Comes Everybody have entered the top three of the Vinyl Albums Chart at third place on the tally

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