"Songs" don't get individual threads in Chart Analysis....so expect this to get locked!LouiseSherman wrote:As you all know (UK) Her Song has leaked so this is the official thread for it.
It will be the build up to her debut album, which is expected this year.irishguy28 wrote:"Songs" don't get individual threads in Chart Analysis....so expect this to get locked!LouiseSherman wrote:As you all know (UK) Her Song has leaked so this is the official thread for it.
it's Friday, Friday! gotta get down on Friday!JimJim wrote:#2 on UK iTunes!
Knew it'd smash
#1 already!!! it's gonna be huge there! (at least it's debut week )Supernatural wrote:#1 UK iTunes
Music Week wrote:Controversial former X Factor finalist Cher Lloyd looks set to score a number one single at the first time of asking this Sunday with Swagger Jagger, while Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black should spend another week at the top of the albums chart.
Swagger Jagger (Syco), which divided critical opinion when a demo version leaked earlier this year, has already sold more than 30,000 units this week, putting it far ahead of its nearest competitor, current number one JLS feat Dev’s She Makes Me Wanna (Epic).
Thats what I was like a first, LOVE love LOVE if her 2nd release is more like Turn My Swag On or a Stay type song I'll defenetly get the albumginnyfan wrote:Honestly I'm not a hater, I don't mind her, I'm neutral. it's just that something about the song irks me.
You had the wrong "smiley" first!!!Eduardo wrote:So great that #1!
AS had been posted some posts before.ri1ri wrote:P.S - Chers sold 30,000 more than her rivals as said by the Sun (so far)....
Music Week wrote:Cher Lloyd heads the UK singles chart's first all-British top five in nearly four years as Amy Winehouse's Back To Black tightens its grip at the top of the artist albums chart.
So far this year, we have had top fives made up only of foreign acts, only of female solo artists and only of non-movers. This week we have a top five in which the primary artists are all British acts - although JLS’ single includes a minor contribution from America’s Dev - not only for the first time this year but also for the first time since week 43 of 2007 – 197 weeks when the top five consisted of X Factor winner Leona Lewis, Take That, McFly, Sugababes and Mark Ronson feat. Amy Winehouse. This week’s homegrown heroes are also led by an X Factor contestant, specifically Cher Lloyd, whose debut single Swagger Jagger debuts in pole position on sales of 66,316 copies.