Miley Cyrus holds steady for a third week at Number 1 with ‘Flowers’

Miley Cyrus has managed to win Flowers again by staying number one on the Official Singles Chart for 3 consecutive weeks.

It sells better than her closest competitor, RAYE’s escapism. (2) – Over 2:1, Miley claims her unit charts over 106,000 this week, which includes her 12 million streams, making Flowers once again the most streamed song in the UK. It is

Following its explosive popularity on TikTok, Miguel’s 2010 track Sure Thing continued to soar through the Top 10, reaching a new No. 6 spot today. It’s the LA-born singer’s highest chart position in the UK to date, but it could be even higher next. week?

The best new entry of the week is KSI and Oliver Tree, who debuted at number 11 on their new collaboration Voices. The track becomes her 18th UK Top 40 hit for KSI and her third for Tree.

Tiësto and Tate McRae continue their upward trajectory, rising one (13) with dance smash 10:35 and Australian singer-songwriter The Kid LAROI another new entry with Love Again (19), You can also see the 2021 collaboration Stay re with Justin Bieber.・Entered the top 40 for the first time in less than a year (37th place). US rapper Coi Leray continues to ride the viral wave with his groundbreaking single Players (19), entering the Top 20 for the first time today.

With the success of Sam Smith’s third number one album, Gloria, propelling her latest single, I’m Not Here To Make Friends, to the Top 40 debut (23), Mimi Webb still has those red flags at 1 (20). ) up and running. The track features Calvin Harris on production duties and vocals by Jesse Reyez.

Further down, Taylor Swift’s Lavender Haze creeps up the charts following the release of its music video (32). Based on last week’s Top 40 breakthrough, Sub Focus and Dimension’s Ready To Fly are up five (35) for her, as is Tory Lanez’s The Color Violet (36).

And finally, P!nk scored their 37th UK Top 40 single with the spirited ‘Never Gonna Not Dance Again’ (40), produced by regular collaborators Max Martin and Shellback.

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