Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” (via Columbia) has shown staying power in the UK, staying at number one for four consecutive weeks.
“Flowers” leads the mid-week charts, already surpassing “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball”, which spent a week at the 2013 chart summit, as Cyrus’ longest-running UK No. 1 doing.
Also in the official chart update, Miguel’s “Sure Thing” continues to climb thanks to TikTok’s viral effect. Originally released in 2010, his ‘Sure Thing’ (Jive) climbed from his No. 7 to his No. 5 in the UK Charts, and is set to break into the Top 5 for the first time.
Meanwhile, Dutch DJ and EDM producer Tiësto and Canadian singer Tate McRae’s “10:35” (Atlantic/Ministry of Sound) is on the brink of making the Top 10, with 13-9 in the mid-week survey. is raising
Also worth noting is Mimi Webb’s “Red Flags”. This is on the rise following the British singer-songwriter’s appearance on her BBC. graham norton show‘Red Flags’ are set to improve on a new peak of 19-12, one month before the release of their debut album. AmeliaMarch 3rd.
Finally, Coi Leray’s catchy “Players” (Uptown/Republic Records) rose 20-12 midweek. The Kid LAROI’s new single ‘Love Again’ continues its ascent.The Sydney singer and rapper debuts his second taste from his album first time“Love Again” (Columbia) looks to improve 22-17.
All will be revealed when the official UK Singles Chart goes live later on Friday.