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"Without You" is a song by Australian rapper and singer the Kid Laroi. It was sent to alternative radio on 18 December 2020 as the second single (fifth overall) from the deluxe edition of Laroi's debut mixtape F*ck Love.The song was written by Billy Walsh, Blake Slatkin, Omer Fedi & Charlton Howard with production handled by Omer Fedi & Blake Slatkin . Australian radio Immediatley jumped on board with "Without You" which was given airplay across the Nova Network, Hit Network, KIIS Network & plenty of airplay across Regional Networks as well as plenty of airplay across regional radio stations. "Without You" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #50.

Australian singer and rapper The Kid LAROI looks back at some of his own faults in the new Steve Cannon directed visual for ‘Without You’. In a story that began in the Savage episodes, LAROI comes full circle with his actions and feelings in the pensive new video. The track is currently sitting at #1 on Spotify’s Australia Top 50 and #6 on Apple Music Australia.

As The Kid LAROI continues to break new chart barriers, he is set to take 2021 by storm, following a massive 2020. In November, LAROI released a digital repack of his globally successful debut mixtape ‘F*CK LOVE’ (a debut that had already been a global success debuting in the top 10 of Billboard‘s 200 chart and #3 on the ARIA Album chart, as well as reaching the top 15 in the UK, Canada, NZ and Ireland).

The repack – called ‘F*CK LOVE (SAVAGE)’ – brought seven new songs,including help from some of his peers including NBA Youngboy, Internet Money, Marshmello and more, and took Laroi to a whole new level, re-entering the top 3 of the ARIA album charts (#3) and entering into the top 3 of the US Billboard (#3) and New Zealand album charts (#2).

The unstoppable 17 year old First Nations rapper from Sydney also scored his highest ARIA singles chart spot to date with mixtape single So Done reaching #6 and he was nominated for 3 ARIA Awards this year including Breakthrough Artist, Best Male Artist and Best Hip Hop Release. Mixtape single GO has gone Platinum in Australia and the US, and mixtape single So Done has also recently been certified Gold in Australia. LAROI also recently achieved a phenomenal 1 billion global streams across his catalogue.
Australian Music Report
Country Radio Airplay Top 10:Country Radio Airplay Top 10:
1 Raise Some Hell
Ben Ransom | MGM Distribution
2 Jack Daniels
Robert Ross | IND
3 She Said What?
Della Harris | Check Label Services
4 1868
Matt Scullion | Check Label Services
5 Til The Rivers All Run Dry
Sharon Heaslip | Kross Kut Records
6 Buckaroo
Alan Percy | IND
7 The Ghost Of This Guitar
Tony Smith | Check Label Services
8 Six Decks To Darwin
Dean Perrett | Check Label Services
9 Fav'rit Song
Catherine Britt | IND
10 Better Make It A Double
Jayne Denham | Check Label Services
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1 Fly Away
Tones And I | SME
2 Love On Display
Guy Sebastian | SME
3 One Too Many
Keith Urban & Pink | UMA
4 Together
Sia | WMA
5 Everybody Rise
Amy Shark | SME
6 This City
Sam Fischer | SME
8 Never Seen The Rain
Tones And I | SME
10 Choir
Guy Sebastian | SME


The Kid Laroi | SME


Doja Cat| SME

#50: Without You
The Kid Laroi
#97: Automation
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
New Entries:New Entries:
Justin Biebers ft. Quavo
Justin Bieber
Break My Heart
Dua Lipa

#48 - #96

#26 - #34

#35 - #41

#49 - #91

#51 - #57

Head & Heart
Joel Corry & MNEK
Love On Display
Guy Sebastian
Fly Away
Tones and I
Love Not War
Jason Derulo & NUKA
Lasting Lover
Sigala & James Arthur
Justin Bieber ft. Chance The Rapper
Midnight Sky
Miley Cyrus
Take You Dancing
Jason Derulo
24kGoldn ft. Iann Dior
Talk About Love
Zara Larsson ft. Young Thug
Illy ft. Wrabel
Cat & Calmell
Waiting On A War
Foo Fighters
Jaycee & Teddy Cream
Running Touch
Middle Kids
drivers license
Olivia Rodrigo
Don't Play
Anne-Marie, KSI & Digital Farm Animals

#40 - #47

Shawn Mendes

"Say So" is a song by American singer and rapper Doja Cat, released as the fifth single from her second studio album, Hot Pink (2019). It was sent to American radio by Kemosabe and RCA on January 28, 2020. The song was written by Doja Cat, David Sprecher, Lydia Asrat, Dr. Luke, with the latter serving as producer under the pseudonym Tyson Trax. The song gained popularity after a dance created by TikTok user Haley Sharpe went viral on the social media platform.It charted at number one on Latvian radio, the top five in sixteen additional countries, and is certified Gold or higher in twelve countries. It reached the top of the US Billboard Hot 100 following the release of two remixes featuring rapper Nicki Minaj, who appeared as a featured artist for two weeks on the chart. It was the first collaboration between two female rappers to top the Hot 100, and earned the first number-one song for both artists.The song's commercial performance has been described as a comeback for its producer and co-writer Dr. Luke, following the 2014 Kesha v. Dr. Luke series of lawsuits, which polarized music critics. Doja Cat's solo version received three nominations at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, including for Song of the Year, as well as two Grammy nominations: Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. "Say So" has been gaining plenty of Airplay across the Nova Network plus airplay across the Hit Network in the past week, plus on certain Regional Stations have been giving it some good spins. "Say So" is this Weeks Greatest Gainer moving up 48 places from #96 to #48.


Not going to lie, Doja Cat’s ‘Say So’ has pretty much been at the top of my dance playlist since it’s release last year. It’s got that perfect 70s disco inspired groove that you just can’t HELP but shimmy to. Since it’s release, many people online have mashed it up with other songs, from Ariana Grande’s ‘Breathin’ to, more notably, Nicki Minaj’s ‘Good Form’, the latter of which undeniably led to this recent team up.


This new remix delves more into the heavy, hip-hop inspired vibes of the original song, opening with a killer rap from Minaj herself, before delving back into the hippy-dippy sparkle tunes of the original ‘Say So’ chorus and Doja’s own rap verse, and returning to Minaj in the final moments. It’s something fans have been asking for for months, and I for one think both singers delivered. I like a good remix that brings a whole new take on a song, and this for sure fulfils those wishes; the new version is grittier and sassier, whilst still retaining the original vibes of ‘Say So’, especially that iconic beat.


Is it better than the original? I’d say no; it just doesn’t capture the flow well enough. However, it is pretty darn close.

#53 - #80

Hot Debut
Greatest Gainer
Greatest Gainer

#52 - #64

Hot Debut
Save Your Tears
The Weeknd
Post Malone
Ariana Grande
Really Love
KSI ft. Craig David & Digital Farm Animals
Say So
Doja Cat
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Australian Music Report Top Ten
#66: The Bandit
Kings Of Leon
1 Port Rd
Holy Holy ft. Queen P | IND
2 In Her Eyes
The Jungle Giants | IND
3 Real Sh*t
Juice WRLD & Benny Blanco | UMA
4 Passion
Gretta Ray | UMA
5 Animals
Architects | IND
6 Kool
7 Best I Ever Had
8 River
PNAU & Ladyhawke | IND
9 Automation
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard | UMA
10 Fallin' Apart
Young Franco ft. Denzel Curry & Pell | UMA

#69 - #76

Don't You (Forget About Me)
Simple Minds

#56 - #62

#57 - #74

#59 - #69

#65 - #71

Shame Shame
Foo Fighters
Freya Ridings
Shot In The Dark

#71 - #98

I Don't Wanna Know
Silience ft. Brenda Mullen

#82 - #93

#83 - #94

PNAU & Ladyhawke

#85 - #100

Moves Like Jagger
Maroon 5 ft. Christina Aguilera