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"Prisoner" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus featuring English singer Dua Lipa. It was released on November 19, 2020 through Sony Music & Warner Music Australia as the second single from Cyrus' seventh studio album Plastic Hearts (2020). "Is a disco-punk anthem that goes off like a cherry bomb", stating that it "hit[s] the sour-sweet spot between grit and glam" and described Lipa as "the perfect partner in crime for [Cyrus], as they take the basement snarl of punk and give it some '80s disco swagger".Australian radio jumped on board, as "Prisoner" which was given plenty of airplay across the Nova Network, KIIS Network & plenty of airplay across The Hit Network as well. "Prisoner" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #31.

Miley Cyrus is delivering pure nostalgia as she heads into this next era of her career. With her seventh studio album ‘Plastic Hearts’ out on November 27, she’s giving listeners one final taste of what’s to come with one of the most anticipated collaborations of 2020.

‘Prisoner’ hears her teaming up with Dua Lipa for what is being nicknamed as a disco-punk anthem, and it doesn’t disappoint. Following in the footsteps of ‘Midnight Sky’ Cyrus aesthetically delivers the introductory layers for what could become one of the best album’s of the year. Layered with slick synths, a groovy baseline and an addictive mix, the song finds the perfect blend of future pop and nostalgic punk with a hook that grows on you with every listen.

Exploring the complexities of a toxic relationship, the two powerhouses detailed an abusive and controlling relationship where the other person manipulates them to say which is where the parallel of being a “prisoner” comes into play. “You keep making it harder to stay, But I still can’t run away. I gotta know why can’t you, why can’t you just let me go?” Cyrus questions during the pre-chorus.

While the subject matter is quite dark and emotional, there is an infectious rhythm that drives the production which makes it feel almost euphoric sonically. And that is honestly the power of pop music. And don’t even get me started on how brilliant this pairing was, because it was honestly a match made in heaven.
Australian Music Report
Country Radio Airplay Top 10:Country Radio Airplay Top 10:
1 Walking The Wall
The Silvertine | IND
2 She Said What?
Della Harris | Check Label Services
3 Ray Of Hope
Destiny Band Oz | IND
4 In The West
Tom Curtain | Outback Productions
5 Old Boots
Lloyd Back | IND
6 Ain't Gonna Bottle It Up
Dan Higgins | Check Label Services
7 The Archibald Hotel
Jed Zarb | IND
8 A Country School
Sharon Heaslip| Kross Kut Records
9 More Than Words
Alice Benfer | IND
10 Sugar Cane Man
Brendan McMahon | IND
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1 One Too Many
Keith Urban & Pink | UMA
2 Love On Display
Guy Sebastian | SME
3 Fly Away
Tones And I | SME
4 Everybody Rise
Amy Shark | SME
5 Together
Sia | WMA
Amy Shark ft. Travis Barker | SME
7 This City
Sam Fischer | SME
8 Nothing To Love About Love
Peking Duk & The Wombats | SME
9 Never Seen The Rain
Tones And I | SME
10 Standing With You
Guy Sebastian | SME


Miley Cyrus ft. Dua Lipa | SME/WMA


Lime Cordiale | IND

#31: Prisoner
Miley Cyrus ft. Dua Lipa
#39: Monster
Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber
New Entries:New Entries:
Post Malone
Looking For Me
Paul Woolford & Diplo ft. Kareen Lomax
Beautiful People
Ed Sheeran ft. Khalid

#54 - #81

#13 - #25

#15 - #39

#47- #58

#49 - #57

Head & Heart
Joel Corry & MNEK
Love On Display
Guy Sebastian
24kGoldn ft. Iann Dior
Let's Love
David Guetta & Sia
Lasting Lover
Sigala & James Arthur
Justin Bieber ft. Chance The Rapper
Midnight Sky
Miley Cyrus
Take You Dancing
Jason Derulo
One Too Many
Keith Urban & Pink
You Do You
All I Need
Jake Bugg
Long Distance
Nicole Millar
Mike Waters
Every Now and Then
A Is For Arrows
No Time For Tears
Nathan Dawe & Little Mix
For Now
Sam Fischer
Solid Gold

#18 - #26

Fly Away
Tones and I

"Reality Check Please" is a song recorded by Australian pop rock duo Lime Cordiale and released on 30 October 2020, as first single from the deluxe version of their second studio album, "14 Steps to a Better You" (2020). "Reality Check Please" has been gaining plenty of Airplay across the Hit, Nova netwroks plus airplay across the Triple J Network in the past week, plus the ACE Radio network has been  giving it some good spins. "Reality Check Please" is this Weeks Greatest Gainer moving up 27 places from #81 to #54.


There’s no doubting that 2020 has been a banner year for Lime Cordiale (better known to their parents as Oli and Louis Leimbach), with the pair keeping up a hard-earned hot streak by way of their latest single, “Reality Check Please”.


Released today, the breezy new single is set to appear on the upcoming deluxe edition of their latest album, 14 Steps to A Better You, and sees the pair speaking the idea of ensuring a sense of perspective is kept throughout your everyday life.


“It’s sometimes hard to know who’s crazy these days,” Louis explains. “Is it me, or is it you? Maybe it’s them. Who’s not overwhelmed?! We’re overstimulated most of the time and the key to a reality check is having a break from it all.”


“That’s the 15th step to the album,” adds Oli. “The streets and venues might be empty but it’s overcrowded in our heads. You need to turn everything off in order to put it into perspective.”


This past year has arguably been a major turning point for Lime Cordiale, with a handful of singles released over the years leading them into 2020, which brought with it their second studio album, 14 Steps to A Better You. Upon its release in July, the record peaked atop the Australian charts, and went on to earn the Leimbach’s eight well-deserved ARIA Award nominations, including Best Group and Album of The Year.


On November 13th, Lime Cordiale will share a deluxe edition of their record, dubbed 14 Steps to A Better You (Relapse), and featuring six new tracks. These new tracks emerged from the unavoidable downtime of 2020, which saw the pair remain as prolific as ever despite their record earning them some well-deserved rest.


“It didn’t feel like we were writing for another album, these songs felt like unfinished business,” Oli explains of the deluxe edition. “We’re excited to be able to deliver six new ‘steps’ for those that didn’t feel fulfilled with the self-help guide we’d already given. For those that have relapsed, this one’s for you.”


Lime Cordiale’s “Reality Check Please” is out now, while 14 Steps to A Better You (Relapse) was issued on November 13th.

#58 - #74

Hot Debut
Greatest Gainer
Greatest Gainer

#55 - #65

Hot Debut
Blinding Lights
The Weeknd
#52: Save Your Tears
The Weeknd
Head Like A Sieve
Ariana Grande
What A Man Gotta Do
Jonas Brothers
Reality Check Please
Lime Cordiale
Triple J - Most Played:
Australian Music Report Top Ten
#70: Willow Tree
Tash Sultana ft. Jerome Farah
#36: Love Not War
(The Tampa Beat)

Jason Derulo & Nuka
1 Head Like A Sieve
Ball Park Music | IND
2 After All This Time
Allday | IND
3 Missing You
Budjerah | WMA
4 Reality Check Please
Lime Cordiale | IND
5 Therefore I Am
Billie Eilish | UMA
6 I Miss U
Jax Jones & Au/Ra | IND
7 Willow Tree
Tash Sultana ft. Jerome Farah | IND
8 Nothing To Love About Love
Peking Duk & The Wombats | SME
9 ~Cya Later~
Tired Lion | UMA
10 Anything
Alison Wonderland & Valentino Khan | IND
#94: Anything
Alison Wonderland & Valentino Khan
#86: Dying To Feel Alive
Luca Brasi

#77 - #92

I Want To Break Free

#63 - #69

#64 - #89

#68 - #91

#76 - #88

Don't You
(Forget About Me)

Simple Minds
Santana ft. Rob Thomas
5 Seconds Of Summer
Take On Me

#12 - #19