Miley Cyrus makes it eight straight weeks atop the U.Ok. singles chart with “Flowers” (Columbia), an effort that locations the U.S. pop star in some esteemed firm.
That two-month reign is the longest since LF SYSTEM’s disco quantity “Afraid to Feel” managed eight weeks on the chart peak from final summer time, and the longest-running No. 1 by a feminine solo artist since Olivia Rodrigo’s breakthrough hit “drivers license” from 2021, which logged 9 weeks on the high. The all-time longest streak by a feminine solo artist within the U.Ok. belongs to Tones And I, and her tune “Dance Monkey” which led for 11 weeks in 2019.
Cyrus will count on to stay across the U.Ok. charts for a while but. Her eighth and newest studio album, Countless Summer time Trip, dropped final Friday, March 10.
With Cyrus locking-up the U.Ok. singles crown for one more week, PinkPantheress enters one other cycle within the runner-up spot with “Boy’s a liar” (Warner Information).
The hole between the highest two tracks seems to be closing, notes the Official Charts Firm, as “Boy’s a liar” lifts its sport to guide the U.Ok. in streams. Simply 1,000 chart models separate “Flowers” and “Boy’s a liar.”
Finishing the rostrum on the most recent Official U.Ok. Singles Chart is the Weeknd’s 2016 launch “Die For You” (Republic Information/XO) up 4-3 following the discharge of a brand new lower that includes Ariana Grande.
In the meantime, Cameroonian-American Afrobeats star Libianca lands her first U.Ok. Prime 10 single with “People” (5K), up 11-8.
This highest debut on the most recent chart, revealed March 10, belongs to Nicki Minaj with “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” (Republic Information). It’s new at No. 30 for the Trinidadian rap star’s 41st U.Ok. high 40 look.
And there’s a brand new entry from BTS’ J-Hope with “On The Street” (BigHit Leisure), that includes J Cole. It’s new at No. 37, marking the primary high 40 look by a solo member of BTS.
Lastly, honors for the largest climb goes to rapper Jayo, whose “22” (The Flight Membership) explodes 67-32 on the U.Ok. tally, for the north Londoner’s first high 40 entry.