Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” (through Columbia) stays the only to beat within the U.Okay., because it takes an early lead within the chart race.
“Flowers” powered to a seventh consecutive No. 1 when the Official U.Okay. Singles Chart was printed final Friday (March 3), and it’s making floor on its bid for an eighth.
Based mostly on gross sales and streaming knowledge captured from the primary 48 hours of the chart week, “Flowers” is out entrance, with PinkPantheress’ “Boy’s a liar” (Warner Information) lower than 3,000 chart gross sales behind in second place, the Official Charts Firm experiences.
“Boy’s a liar” has logged eleven weeks on the chart — and counting — however has by no means reached the summit.
Don’t count on “Flowers” to wilt anytime quickly. A “demo” model dropped final Friday forward its hotly anticipated mother or father album, Limitless Summer season Trip, due out this Friday (March 10).
After flying 37-4 on the most recent chart, the Weeknd’s 2016 quantity “Die For You” (Republic Information/XO) is on observe for an additional peak place. Fueled by a brand new lower that includes Ariana Grande, the observe lifts 4-3 on the First Look survey.
Additional down the chart blast, Afrobeats stars Libianca may lastly enter the highest 10 with “People” (5K), up 11-10, whereas the title observe from Pink’s chart-leading new album Trustfall (RCA) is on the rise, set for a lift 14-11. Trustfall album observe “Never Gonna Not Dance Again” is hovering across the U.Okay. high 20, up 22-20 on the early tally.
Lastly, two British singer-songwriters are chasing new chart highs. Mimi Webb’s “Red Flags” (Epic) is about to realize 17-13, whereas Mae Stephens “If We Ever Broke Up” (EMI) may enhance 20-19.
All shall be revealed when the Official U.Okay. Singles Chart is printed Friday (March 10).