Miley Cyrus reigns for a sixth consecutive week with ‘Flowers’

Miley Cyrus has held the top spot on the Official Singles Chart for six consecutive weeks.

The enduring smash Flowers extended the lead as the longest-running number one single of 2023, once again becoming the UK’s official biggest song, with 7.4 million streams tracked in a single week.

PinkPantheress’ viral hit, Boy’s a liar, climbed to a brand new No. 2 in its 10th week on the charts. Will Earworm, enhanced with a remix with American rapper Ice Spice, prove Miley’s competitiveness in next week’s number 1 race?

American rapper and singer Coi Leray moves up a career-high five places on Players (7), while Tiësto and Tate McRae’s slow-burning dance track hits the Top 10 for the first time at 10:35 (8).

There is no ceiling to stop Lizzie McAlpine’s ascent this week. The Pennsylvania-born singer-songwriter secured her first Top 10 single with her fast-rising Ceilings soaring to No. 12 (No. 9) for her.

Many songs celebrate new peaks as they near the Top 10 today. South London rapper Strandz rose 15 with Us Against the World (12) following the release of the Digga D remix, Libianca’s Addictive People rose 2 (13) and Mimi Webb’s Red Flags also rose (15). ) rises and Cian Ducrot claims a career high. I’ll Be Waiting puts him up by 3 (16).

As her ninth studio album reaches No. 1, Pink will see two of its singles crack the Top 40. Fred’s re-produced title Her track TRUSTFALL leaps from her 21 to a new peak (14), as does Never Gonna Not Dance Again (19). ).

Best new entry of the week, courtesy of Niall Horan. Heaven – his next third studio release and the first single released from his album The Show – charted at No. Solo provided his top 40 singles.

Breakout star Mae Stevens is hitting the official singles chart this week with If We Ever Broke Up. The Kettering-born singer-songwriter saw the song move beyond her TikTok virality to reach the Top 40 for the first time, rising 22 (23).

Sub Focus & Dimension’s high-octane hit Ready to Fly hit a new peak this week (No. 29), while US rapper Lil Uzi Vert returned to its previous peak with Just Wanna Rock (No. 32).

Afrobeats sensation Ayra Starr scored her first Top 40 single with Rush moving up to No. 8 (36), and beabadoobee scored her first Top 40 track as a lead artist, with the viral hit Glue Song (38). I came in 2nd place overall.

Finally, Texas-born singer-songwriter d4vd bounced back to the Top 40 with Here With Me, hitting a new peak of No. 39.

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