Miley Cyrus currently hits UK No. 1 with ‘Flowers’.
The post-disco hit blossomed with over 121,000 chart units and topped the US charts for the second straight week.
This volume surpassed “Flowers”‘s first week, containing over 13 million streams, making it the format’s market leader for the second week in a row.
A worldwide hit, “Flowers” beat out her previous leaders “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball”, who each scored a week at the 2013 chart summit, becoming Cyrus’ longest-running UK record. It became the No. 1 single. .
Further down the list released on Jan. 27, Afrobeats star Rema climbed 8-6 with “Calm Down” (Mavin) to score a new chart beat, and Headie One charted with “Martin’s Sofa.” set the highest new entry of the week. (relentless). It was his fifth top ten appearance as a London rapper and songwriter, and his first as a solo artist to reach number nine.
Miguel’s TikTok revival is in full swing, with “Sure Thing” (Jive) making it into the top 10. His 11 to 10 is the first time a US artist has appeared in the top tier. “Sure Thing” was his first release in 2010 and has gone viral on short video platforms.
Also rising are Irish singer-songwriter Cian Ducrot’s “I’ll Be Waiting” (up 22-19 via Polydor) and Mimi Webb’s “Red Flags” (up 23-21 via Epic). And her Coi Leray “Players up 19” (rising 45-26 via Uptown/Republic Recordings) marks the first time an up-and-coming American artist has made it into her UK Top 40.
Sabrina Carpenter’s viral and love-struck number “Nonsense” (Island) is making its way to the UK. The release “Skin” reached issue 28).
Ed Sheeran finally turns 68th He left a British Top 75 impression with “F64” (Atlantic), a tribute to SBTV founder and late friend Jamal Edwards, who died in February 2022 at the age of 31. Research.