Miley Cyrus continues to lead the market in streams, hitting the UK Singles Chart six times with “Flowers” (via Columbia).
Cyrus’ catchy number is already the UK’s longest-reigning single in 2023, absorbing an additional 7.4 million streams across its latest cycle to stay at number one for the sixth straight week.
PinkPantheress launches an ambitious take on “Boy’s a liar” (Warner Records), but the British singer-songwriter and producer’s viral single fails to catch “Flowers.”
Thanks to a remix featuring rising US rapper Ice Spice, “Boy’s a liar” climbed 3-2 on the latest charts released on Friday, February 24th.
Rema’s “Calm Down” (Mavin) is up 8-5. Coi Leray’s “Players” (Uptown/Republic Records) is her 12-7 record. Tiësto and Tate McRae’s 10:35 (Atlantic/Ministry of Sound) went up 11-8. Lizzie McAlpine’s “Ceilings” (Harbor Artists & Music) was 21-9.
as her ninth and most recent studio album trust fall (via RCA) hit number one on the official UK album chart, and Pink sees two of its tracks climb the singles survey. Titles produced by Fred Again His tracks improve to his 35-14, while “Never Gonna Not Dance Again” improves to his 40-19.
Former One Direction star Niall Horan hit the best new song of the week with “Heaven” (Capitol). This is her number 18 new song as The Irishman’s eighth solo and her Top 40 single. “Heaven” is the first single released from his upcoming third studio album. spectacle, show, play.
British singer and songwriter Mae Stevens made her first Top 40 entry on the official UK Singles Chart with ‘If We Ever Broke Up’ (EMI). After tearing up TikTok, the track made its way into the mainstream charts, climbing 45-23.
Finally, the London-based Filipino-born indie pop artist beaver doo bee Became the first lead artist to enter the top 40 and scored #2 overall with viral wonder’s “Glue Song” (dirty hit). New in issue 38.