Taylor Swift’s ‘Midnights’ on Track For Fifth Week at No. 1 In U.K. – Billboard

Taylor Swift’s midnight (via EMI) plans to expand its reign in the UK

Swift’s 10th and latest studio album remains at number one for five consecutive weeks, according to mid-week data released by The Official Charts Company.

It’s already Swift’s longest-reigning UK album, overtaking the lead for three weeks in the 2020s. folklore.


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Meanwhile, SZA remains at #2 on the midweek charts. SOS (RCA/Top Dawg), The Weeknd highlight (Republic Records/XO) should take the podium.

Gabriel Aplin seems to be the next best debut on the charts phosphorescent (Never Fade) is the British singer-songwriter’s fourth LP. phosphorescent It should give Aplin his first Top 10 in light of the official chart update of 4th place. english rainher debut album that peaked at number two in 2013.

Also on the brink of a top 10 finish is punk legend Iggy Pop.th album all losers (Atlantic) are on track for a ninth-place start. If things continue this way, Iggy’s LP will be her second top 10 hit as a solo artist, following 2016’s. post pop depression Peaking at 5th place.

Former Maccabees frontman Orlando Weeks could make top 40 solo glitter man (Blood) is the original soundtrack to the debut of the same name. It’s number 36 on the midweek charts. Maccabees has landed four of his Top 40 albums, including his No. 1 in 2015. mark to prove it.

glitter manFirst published as an e-book in 2017 and in paperback the following year, is “a song for the unsung hero” and “stoicism, dignity, and a man who leaves his beloved job behind.” A bittersweet story.” on a weekly basis.

Lewis Capaldi’s ‘Pointless’ (Vertigo) has overtaken Raye’s current leader ‘Escapsim’ (Human Re Sources) in the mid-week singles charts and is in fierce competition.

All will be revealed when the official charts are published later on Friday.

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