Miley Cyrus’ ‘Flowers’ (via Columbia) is set to claim its sixth UK chart title, but PinkPantheress may have other plans.
PinkPantheress’ viral hit “Boy’s a liar” (Warner Records) soared to No. 2 on the UK midweek charts, and it’s hot enough to give Cyrus’ “Flowers” a duel later in the chart cycle.
“Boys a Liar” soared from 8 to 3 on the latest charts released on February 17, already marking a career-best for the enthusiastic British singer, songwriter and producer in its ninth week. It is Featuring a new cut featuring rising US newcomer Ice Spice.
Meanwhile, Cyrus’ “Flowers” is leading the official chart update, and if it keeps up, it will be number one for six weeks in a row. This is her longest reigning No. 1 single to date in 2023.
Further down the charts explosion, Nigerian musician, rapper and singer Rema is poised to climb 8-5 with “Calm Down” (Mavin), eyeing his highest spot to date. “10:35” (Atlantic/Ministry of Sound) from his Dutch EDM star Tiësto and Canadian singer-songwriter Tate McRae is set for a new 10-to-7 peak. Emerging artist Her chart champion Her Coi Leray’s viral Her rap Her number “Players” (Uptown/Republic Records) Her first Top 10 with her 11 to 8 I am looking to enter.
The highest-ranking new entry on the Official UK Singles Chart is “Heaven” (Capitol), lifted from the former One Direction singer’s third solo album, and should belong to Niall Horan. spectacle, show, play“Heaven” is set to sink to No. 12. Since the members of her 1D went their separate ways in 2015, The Irishman has scored two of her UK Top 10 singles and one album chart her crown in her 2020s. . heartbreak weather.
Finally, following her performance on the BBC graham norton show, Pink’s ‘Trustfall’ (RCA) is the title track of her latest ninth studio album, which is set to rise from 37 to 11 to a new peak position. The Philadelphia native should see the rise of his album his track “Never Gonna Not Dance Again.”
All will be revealed when the official charts are published on Friday.