Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus Top Australia's End-of-Year Charts

In Australia in 2023, Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus topped the end-of-year lists. The ARIA End Of Year Albums Chart was topped by Taylor Swift's album "1989 (Taylor's Version).

 Others, including "Midnights", "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)", "Lover", "Reputation", "Folklore", "Red (Taylor's Version)", "Evermore", and "Fearless (Taylor's Version)", also made it to the top 50 .

"Flowers" by Miley Cyrus was the best-selling single of the year. It was number one on the ARIA Singles Chart for 12 weeks.

The "1989 (Taylor's Version)" album by Taylor Swift was No. 1 on the national list for nine weeks in a row last year, longer than any other record. . Swift got five of the top ten records in Australia, with "Midnights" coming in at number two.

The album "1989 (Taylor's Version)" is Swift's fourth album that she has re-recorded. . The old Cyrus record was set by Billy Ray in 1992 with "Achy Breaky Heart," which topped the ARIA chart for seven weeks. Miley Cyrus's song "Flowers" beat that record.

It's "frustrating" for Australian music acts as a whole. This year's music podium was rounded out by "The Highlights" by Canadian R&B star The Weeknd, which was followed by "One Thing At A Time" by Morgan Wallen and "SOS" by SZA.

Luke Combs has three songs in the top 25: "This One's For You" (No. 14), "Gettin' Old" (No. 17), and "What You See Ain't Always What You Get" (No. 24). The country comeback is in full swing.