iTunes Top 10: 'Love Yourself' by Justin Bieber tops Australian iTunes Chart [Watch Video]

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Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself" has dislodged Adele's "Hello" from its reign in the latest Australian iTunes Chart. The Canadian singer's newest single from his album "Purpose" was co-written by himself, Benjamin Levin and Ed Sheeran. It was released on Dec. 9. Aside from Bieber and Adele, other singers made the iTunes Top 10 list including Jonas Blue, Charlotte Devaney and Duke Dumont.

According to the iTunes Charts, the songs listed below are the Top 10 tracks in the land down under this week.

iTunes Top 10 songs in Australia:

1. "Love Yourself" by Justin Bieber from the album "Purpose"

2. "Fast Car" by Jonas Blue featuring Dakota

3. "Hello" by Adele

4. "Sorry" by Justin Bieber

5. "Stitches" by Shawn Mendes

6. "Middle" by DJ Snake featuring Bipolar Sunshine

7. "Ocean Drive" by Duke Dumont

8. "Never Forget  You" by Zara Larsson and MNEK

9. "In2" by WSTRN

10. "Flip It (The Edit)" by Charlotte Devaney featuring Snoop Dogg

"Fast Car" by Jonas Blue featuring Dakota is a cover of Tracy Chapman's 1988 song. It has also passed Adele's "Hello" as it lands on the second spot of the iTunes Chart. While most of the songs in the list including "Stitches," "Never Forget You" and "Middle" have been mainstays on the iTunes Top 10, "In2" and "Flip It" are newbies on the chart.

WSTRN's "In2" has been getting good reviews from iTunes customers including Glacious64 and Mepr.J, who both think that the song is catchy.

"These guys are definitely talented and are going to make it a lot further in their careers with this hit. No doubt we all will be hearing a lot more from them in the near future," Glacious64 posted on the iTunes customer reviews section.

"Love it, when first time I heard it from radio, it's so catchy/different. Very talented! Well done!" Mepr.J wrote.

Meanwhile, Devaney's "Flip It (The Edit)" single got mixed reviews from iTunes customers Akskfkfkg and MusicGenius888. While the former loved it, the latter thinks that it's "the worst song ever!"

"The Trouble With Us" by Marcus Marr and Chet Faker (Top 15), "Ex's" & "Oh's" by Elle King (Top 11) and "Ain't" Nobody (Loves Me Better) by Felix Jaehn featuring Jasmine Thompson (Top 100) are also part of the iTunes AU Chart.

Watch the official music video of Justin Bieber - "Love Yourself" (PURPOSE : The Movement) here:

Source: YouTube/JustinBieberVEVO

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