Miley Cyrus reigns supreme for fifth week at Number 1 with ‘Flowers’

Miley Cyrus is back at No. 1 on the official singles chart with Flowers.

With 8.5 million streams tracked in a single week, Flowers was the most streamed track in the country for five consecutive weeks and the longest-running annual number one to date.

But one of Miley’s biggest challengers to the crown is quickly making her way into the top ten.

After securing their first UK Top 10 last week, PinkPantheress are on the rise again, with Boy’s a liar (3) jumping five spots to number three due to the virality of their Part 2 remix featuring rapper Ice. A new peak has been reached. spices. Will she be able to go all the way next week?

Harry Styles’ “As It Was” soared 27 places to No. 7, following a clean sweep at the Brit Awards 2023 last weekend.

Afrobeat star Libianka is also on the rise with breakout hit “People,” rising two spots to a new peak (15).

Meanwhile, Linkin Park had the best new entry of the week on Lost (18). First UK top 20 single in 14 years. The unreleased track was issued to celebrate his 20th anniversary of Rock his group Meteora his album and features vocals from the late Chester his Bennington.

Irish singer-songwriter Cian Ducrot’s latest song I’ll Be Waiting climbs #4 (#19) this week, while Lizzy McApline’s breakthrough single Ceilings continues its climb, climbing #6 (#21) .

For South London rapper Strandz, today is a big day as Us Against The World becomes the UK’s first Top 40 hit, jumping from No. 15 to No. 27. With a brand new remix featuring his Digga D that just dropped, this is a track to keep an eye on.

Another new entry from Central Cee with Me & You (31) was his 16th Top 40 hit, and alt-pop band Lovejoy’s first Top 40 single with Call Me What You Like (32). won.

Sub Focus and Dimension’s Ready To Fly continued their upward trajectory, hitting new all-time highs (34).

And finally, releasing her ninth album Trustfall today, Pink once again claims two Top 40 singles with Fred: the collaborations Trustfall (35) and Never Gonna Not Dance Again (40).

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