Australia’s pop princess Kylie Minogue has topped the ARIA Charts with her latest album DISCO debuting at #1 this week.
DISCO is Kylie’s seventh #1 album in Australia, and her third in as many years, following Golden in 2018 and Step Back In Time in 2019. It firmly cements her status as Australia’s highest selling female artist, holding the record for the most ARA #1 albums by an Australian female artist, and 80 million albums sold worldwide.
DISCO has also topped the charts in the UK, setting a new chart record as Kylie becomes the first female artist to score a UK #1 album in five consecutive decades.
DISCO came in at #9 on the New Zealand chart, which is Kylie’s highest chart position in New Zealand since 2001’s Fever.
Mushroom Group chairman Michael Gudinski is thrilled to see Kylie achieve another #1 album. “Kylie signed to Mushroom when she was 18 and I couldn’t be prouder to be part of her continuing success. It is a testament to what an incredible artist Kylie is. Her passion and work ethic to make this album through COVID shows her commitment. As Kylie herself said to me, “it’s hard yakka but I’m so committed to this, and I miss Australia.””
DISCO Kylie Minogue Album out now through Liberator Music/BMG Available to buy/stream here
DISCO tracklisting: 1. Magic 2. Miss A Thing 3. Real Groove 4. Monday Blues 5. Supernova 6. Say Something 7. Last Chance 8. I Love It 9. Where Does The DJ Go? 10. Dance Floor Darling 11. Unstoppable 12. Celebrate You 13. Till You Love Somebody (Bonus Track) 14. Fine Wine (Bonus Track) 15. Hey Lonely (Bonus Track) 16. Spotlight (Bonus Track)
Kylie has released her brand new single ‘Magic’, taken from her forthcoming album DISCO, out November 6th.
Produced and mixed by PhD (also known as Peter Wallevik & Daniel Davidsen), ‘Magic’ is an uplifting track interlaced with piano and brass, leading up to a feel-good, melodic chorus. It follows recent single, ‘Say Something’ which was released to widespread acclaim, deemed “sparkling” by NME and “an introspective dance track with lyrics that feel pertinent for our quarantine days” by Rolling Stone.
DISCO is the first new album since Kylie’s 2018 album Golden, which hit number 1 in both Australia and the UK. Kylie is Australia’s highest-selling female artist with five chart-topping albums, and 80 million albums sold worldwide. Kylie has many awards and accolades to her name, including 16 ARIA Awards, 3 BRIT Awards, 2 MTV Music Awards, and a Grammy. Her 2019 Glastonbury performance was the most-watched TV moment in the festival’s history.
The brand new video for Kylie Minogue’s single ‘Say Something’ is out now. The video sees Kylie riding a golden horse through an intergalactic space scene. The kaleidoscopic, other-worldly visual was directed by Sophie Muller, who has previously worked with Beyonce, Bjork, Radiohead, Coldplay, Gwen Stefani and, of course, Kylie herself. ‘Say Something’ is the first single released from Kylie’s highly anticipated album, DISCO, out on November 6th. Upon release, the new track was instantly added to all major radio networks nationally. Produced by Jon Green and long-term collaborator Biff Stannard, ‘Say Something’ has received wide-spread acclaim. DISCO is the first new album since Kylie’s 2018 album Golden, which hit number 1 in both Australia and the UK. Kylie is Australia’s highest-selling female artist with five chart-topping albums, and 80 million albums sold worldwide. Kylie has many awards and accolades to her name, including 16 ARIA Awards, 3 BRIT Awards, 2 MTV Music Awards, and a Grammy. Her 2019 Glastonbury performance was the most-watched TV moment in the festival’s history.
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