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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 17:53

    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    28 June 2019 - 04 July 2019


    Compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl, audio and video streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/

    1 1 7* Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber ~ I Don't Care
    2 NE 1 Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello ~ Señorita

    3 2 9 Stormzy ~ Vossi Bop
    4 8 5 Ed Sheeran ft Chance the Rapper and PnB Rock ~ Cross Me
    5 NE 1 Stormzy ~ Crown
    6 4 8 Lewis Capaldi ~ Hold Me While You Wait
    7 7 14 Lil Nas X ft Billy Ray Cyrus ~ Old Town Road ***
    8 6 3 Chris Brown ft Drake ~ No Guidance
    9 9 11 Avicii ft Aloe Blacc ~ SOS
    10 5 2 Taylor Swift ~ You Need To Calm Down
    11 14 5 Sigala and Becky Hill ~ Wish You Well
    12 12 4 Katy Perry ~ Never Really Over
    13 16 3 Mabel ~ Mad Love
    14 11 26 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
    15 13 2 Drake ft Rick Ross ~ Money In the Grave
    16 15 8 Shawn Mendes ~ If I Can't Have You
    17 10 2 Little Mix ~ Bounce Back
    18 3 13 Billie Eilish ~ Bad Guy ***
    19 NE 1 Jay1 ~ Mocking It
    20 NE 1 Bugzy Malone ft Aitch ~ Kilos

    21 22 17 AJ Tracey ~ Ladbroke Grove
    22 17 32 Lewis Capaldi ~ Grace
    23 19 5 Jess Glynne and Jax Jones ~ One Touch
    24 20 15 Meduza ft Goodboys ~ Piece Of Your Heart ***
    25 NE 1 Lil Nas X ~ Panini
    26 21 8 Dominic Fike ~ 3 Nights
    27 25 3 Young T & Bugsey ft Aitch ~ Strike a Pose
    28 NE 1 Digga D and Russ (Splash) ~ Mr Sheeen
    29 24 5 Young Thug ft J. Cole and Travis Scott ~ The London
    30 18 9 Taylor Swift ft Brendon Urie ~ Me!
    31 29 5 5 Seconds Of Summer ~ Easier
    32 26 8 Hardy Caprio and DigDat ~ Guten Tag
    33 36 8 Martin Garrix ft Macklemore and Patrick Stump ~ Summer Days
    34 NE 1 Nicki Minaj ~ Megatron
    35 30 5 NSG ~ OT Bop
    36 23 4 MoStack ft Stormzy ~ Shine Girl
    37 54 4 Mark Ronson ft Camila Cabello ~ Find U Again
    38 28 3 Avicii ft Chris Martin ~ Heaven
    39 32 16 Dave ft Burna Boy ~ Location ***
    40 31 4 Miley Cyrus ~ Mother's Daughter

    41 34 13 Jax Jones and Martin Solveig present Europa ft Madison Beer ~ All Day And Night ***
    42 40 24 Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Giant ***
    43 35 11 Mark Ronson ft Lykke Li ~ Late Night Feelings ***
    44 38 7 James Arthur ~ Falling Like the Stars
    45 41 6 Polo G ft Lil Tjay ~ Pop Out
    46 42 24 Tom Walker ~ Just You and I ***
    47 67 4 Tiësto, Jonas Blue and Rita Ora ~ Ritual
    48 37 7 Skepta ft Nafe Smallz ~ Greaze Mode
    49 45 17 Jonas Brothers ~ Sucker ***
    50 NE 1 Gerry Cinnamon ~ Canter
    51 39 4 Skepta ft J Hus ~ What Do You Mean?
    52 51 66 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
    53 44 3 B Young ~ Gucci Demon
    54 59 4 The Chainsmokers and Bebe Rexha ~ Call You Mine
    55 NE 1 Lil Nas X and Cardi B ~ Rodeo
    56 48 10 Kygo and Rita Ora ~ Carry On
    57 43 7 David Guetta ft Raye ~ Stay (Don't Go Away)
    58 47 2 Nafe Smallz ft Tory Lanez ~ Good Love
    59 76 3 CamelPhat and Jake Bugg ~ Be Someone
    60 64 9 Lizzo ~ Truth Hurts
    61 56 23 Mabel ~ Don't Call Me Up ***
    62 75 2 Lil Tecca ~ Ransom
    63 52 6 OneRepublic ~ Rescue Me
    64 49 6 Tyler, The Creator ~ Earfquake
    65 61 36 Ava Max ~ Sweet But Psycho ***
    66 89 8 Becky Hill and Weiss ~ I Could Get Used To This
    67 60 19 Wiley, Stefflon Don and Sean Paul ft Idris Elba ~ Boasty ***
    68 NE 1 Stefflon Don and Lil Baby ~ Phone Down
    69 87 2 Dermot Kennedy ~ Outnumbered
    70 55 14 Russ (Splash) and Tion Wayne ~ Keisha & Becky ***
    71 62 39 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ Shallow ***
    72 58 7 Da Beatfreakz ft Swarmz, Deno and Dappy ~ Motorola
    73 68 3 Jonas Brothers ~ Only Human
    74 66 36 Post Malone and Swae Lee ~ Sunflower ***
    75 27 11 Ellie Goulding ~ Sixteen ***

    76 NE 1 Zara Larsson ~ All The Time
    77 NE 1 Ali Gatie ~ It's You
    78 NE 1 T Mulla ft Hardy Caprio ~ Droptop

    79 46 8 Bastille ~ Joy
    80 33 2 Drake ~ Omertà
    81 50 3 MoStack ft Dave and J Hus ~ Stinking Rich
    82 69 16 Marshmello ft Chvrches ~ Here With Me ***
    83 84 18 Pink ~ Walk Me Home ***
    84 65 20 Khalid and Disclosure ~ Talk ***
    85 91 2 Freya Ridings ~ Castles
    86 72 50 Panic! At The Disco ~ High Hopes ***
    87 71 2 Ashley O ~ On A Roll
    88 77 14 Jonas Blue ft Theresa Rex ~ What I Like About You ***
    89 83 24 Sam Smith and Normani ~ Dancing With A Stranger ***
    90 70 9 Not3s ~ Wanting
    91 RE 29 Mark Ronson ft Miley Cyrus ~ Nothing Breaks Like A Heart ***
    92 57 2 Tion Wayne ft Swarmz ~ Drive By
    93 85 27 Post Malone ~ Wow ***
    94 79 14 Steel Banglez ft AJ Tracey and MoStack ~ Fashion Week ***
    95 NE 1 Marshmello and Kane Brown ~ One Thing Right
    96 93 110 Ed Sheeran ft Beyonce / Andrea Bocelli ~ Perfect ***
    97 86 6 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
    98 99 13 Daddy Yankee and Katy Perry ft Snow ~ Con Calma
    99 88 16 Ava Max ~ So Am I ***
    100 96 2 Machine Gun Kelly ft Yungblud and Travis Barker ~ I Think I'm Okay


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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    28 June 2019 - 04 July 2019


    The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

    1 3 6* Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
    2 NE 1 Will Young ~ Lexicon

    3 1 2 Bruce Springsteen ~ Western Stars
    4 NE 1 Mark Ronson ~ Late Night Feelings
    5 NE 1 Two Door Cinema Club ~ False Alarm

    6 6 13 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    7 8 79 Motion Picture Cast - The Greatest Showman ~ The Greatest Showman
    8 NE 1 The Raconteurs ~ Help Us, Stranger
    9 11 9 Pink ~ Hurts 2B Human
    10 7 85 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    11 NE 1 Hot Chip ~ A Bath Full Of Ecstasy
    12 9 36 Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody (OST)
    13 16 121 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
    14 2 2 Madonna ~ Madame X
    15 14 66 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
    16 10 32 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop [box set]
    17 NE 1 Hollywood Vampires ~ Rise
    18 4 2 Bastille ~ Doom Days
    19 17 37 Jess Glynne ~ Always In Between
    20 13 3 MoStack ~ Stacko
    21 NE 1 Prince ~ Originals
    22 12 17 Tom Walker ~ What A Time To Be Alive
    23 NE 1 Lil Nas X ~ 7 (MA)
    24 26 108 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    25 24 20 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    26 15 5 Taron Egerton / Motion Picture Cast ~ Rocketman
    27 32 51 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    28 21 38 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper / Motion Picture Cast ~ A Star Is Born
    29 20 4 Skepta ~ Ignorance Is Bliss
    30 54 27 Gerry Cinnamon ~ Erratic Cinematic
    31 35 303 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    32 34 52 Drake ~ Scorpion
    33 25 790 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
    34 67 166 Pink ~ Greatest Hits… So Far!!!
    35 27 895 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    36 39 61 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
    37 28 249 Queen ~ The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III)
    38 56 216 The Beatles ~ 1
    39 40 363 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
    40 36 16 Dave ~ Psychodrama

    41 44 262 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
    42 23 3 Avicii ~ Tim
    43 NE 1 Black Midi ~ Schlagenheim
    44 47 25 Jax Jones ~ Snacks
    45 43 12 Khalid ~ Free Spirit
    46 48 883 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    47 29 3 Jonas Brothers ~ Happiness Begins
    48 NE 1 Nafe Smallz ~ Good Love
    49 49 390 Oasis ~ (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
    50 50 67 XXXTentacion ~ ?
    51 53 30 Clean Bandit ~ What Is Love?
    52 52 195 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    53 87 188 Bon Jovi ~ Greatest Hits
    54 41 136 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    55 74 132 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    56 RE 46 Pink ~ Beautiful Trauma
    57 72 302 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    58 61 401 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    59 46 6 DJ Khaled ~ Father Of Asahd
    60 59 50 Motion Picture Cast - Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again ~ Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again
    61 51 11 BTS ~ Map Of The Soul: Persona (MA)
    62 83 114 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    63 66 35 Sigala ~ Brighter Days
    64 42 31 Take That ~ Odyssey
    65 60 31 Rita Ora ~ Phoenix
    66 18 15 Jack Savoretti ~ Singing To Strangers
    67 63 61 Anne-Marie ~ Speak Your Mind
    68 NE 1 Himesh Patel / Motion Picture Cast ~ Yesterday
    69 70 30 Mabel ~ Ivy To Roses (MA)
    70 5 3 Joy Division ~ Unknown Pleasures
    71 RE 80 Eagles ~ The Complete Greatest Hits
    72 71 279 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
    73 RE 73 Stormzy ~ Gang Signs & Prayer
    74 81 177 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
    75 73 246 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour

    76 19 33 Spice Girls ~ Greatest Hits
    77 68 318 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    78 77 242 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    79 89 11 M Huncho ~ Utopia
    80 69 170 George Ezra ~ Wanted On Voyage
    81 76 20 AJ Tracey ~ AJ Tracey
    82 79 3 The Divine Comedy ~ Office Politics
    83 90 375 Ed Sheeran ~ +
    84 65 9 Catfish and The Bottlemen ~ The Balance
    85 55 6 Tyler, The Creator ~ Igor
    86 97 116 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
    87 96 313 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
    88 38 4 Susan Boyle ~ Ten
    89 RE 68 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best of Billy Joel
    90 92 127 Post Malone ~ Stoney
    91 85 135 Little Mix ~ Glory Days
    92 80 96**(212) The Stone Roses ~ The Stone Roses
    93 RE 90 J Hus ~ Common Sense
    94 RE 105 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
    95 RE 22 Jonas Blue ~ Blue
    96 99 44 Beyoncé ~ Lemonade
    97 RE 44 Ariana Grande ~ Sweetener
    98 RE 16 D-Block Europe ~ Home Alone
    99 RE 44 The Rolling Stones ~ Hot Rocks (1964-1971)
    100 RE 61 XXXTentacion ~ 17



    here's the video streaming chart link

    Source: OCC / Radio 1

    Text source: BuzzJack (edited and refined by your host)

    *Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
    **Complete total of all entries in brackets.
    ***ACR affected tracks.
    ****Notes on special re-entries or other trivia

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 18:17

    Charts analysis: Sheeran & Bieber hold off Cabello & Mendes

    by Alan Jones

    It is officially Canada’s 152nd birthday on July 1 – Canada Day – and the celebrations have started early with artists from American’s northern neighbours providing 50% of each of the top two acts in the singles chart. At No.1 for the seventh week in a row, I Don’t Care (65,002 sales, including 57,618 from sale-equivalent streams) pairs our own Ed Sheeran and Ontario’s Justin Bieber. It trails on sales but has the upper-hand overall on Señorita, which debuts at No.2 (56,619 sales), for Cuba’s Camila Cabello and Canadian collaborator Shawn Mendes. It’s something of a reunion for the two, who reached No.42 in 2016 with I Know What You Did Last Summer, which provided Mendez with the first of his 12 hits to date, and Cabello with the first of her 11 hits since leaving Fifth Harmony.

    Aided and abetted by The LJ Singers, Stormzy launched new single Crown on the final Graham Norton Show of the series on BBC One (21 June). It helped the song to dash to a No.5 debut (36,008 sales) – the second highest of the 23 Top 75 entries thatStormzy has thus far accumulated. The one that debuted higher was his last single, Vossi Bop, which opened eight weeks ago at No.1, and which slips 2-3 (41,330 sales) in the current frame.

    Ed Sheeran scores his 15th Top 5 hit with Cross Me (feat, Chance The Rapper and PNB Rock) advancing 8-4 (36,496 sales) after the release of a promotional video. Holding at No.7 (32,127 sales) on its 12th week in the Top 10, Lil Nas X’s Old Town Road is joined in the Top 75 by two more songs from his newly-released first EP, 7, namely Panini (No.25, 18,114 sales) and Rodeo (x Cardi B, No.55, 9,752 sales).

    The rest of the Top 10: Hold Me While You Wait (4-6, 35,976 sales) by Lewis Capaldi, No Guidance (6-8, 31,080 sales) by Chris Brown feat. Drake, SOS (9-9, 29,421 sales) by Avicii feat. Aloe Blacc and You Need To Calm Down (5-10, 28,789 sales) by Taylor Swift.

    Bad Guy’s 12-week run in the Top 10 is over for Billie Eilish, as ACR halves its streaming conversion rate, forcing it down 3-18 (20,353 sales). Also vacating the Top 10 a week after becoming their 14th Top 10 hit, Little Mix’s new hit, Bounce Back, slides 10-17 (21,556 sales). 11 weeks after his debut hit, Your Mrs, peaked at No.18, Jay1’s follow-up Mocking It debuts at No.19 (20,049 sales). Scottish singer/songwriter Gerry Cinnamon’s debut album, Erratic Cinematic, took 41 weeks to make the Top 75, eventually peaking at No.20 in April. It didn’t spawn any hit singles but his brand new track Canter makes an immediate impact, debuting at No.50 (10,248 sales), while the aforementioned Erratic Cinematic reaches a 12 week high, jumping 54-30 (2,681 sales).

    Also new to the chart: Kilos (No.20, 19,938 sales), the fifth hit for Mancunian grime artist Bugzy Malone (feat. Aitch); Mr. Sheeen (No.28, 16,474 sales), a collaboration between drill acts Digga D and Russ Splash, providing the third hit for both; Megatron (No.34, 13,947 sales), the 53rd hit for Nicki Minaj, but only the 15th on which she is the sole credited artist; Phone Down (No.68, 8,258 sales), the seventh hit for Birmingham rapper Stefflon Don, and the sixth for featured guest Lil Baby; and Outnumbered (87-69, 8,227 sales), the debut hit for 27-year-old singer/songwriter Dermot Kennedy, which also climbs 4-3 in his native Ireland this week.

    Sigala is getting closer to his seventh Top 10 hit and Becky Hill her second, as their collaboration, With You Well, climbs for the fourth week in a row, advancing 14-11 (27,994 sales). There are also new peaks for: Mad Love (16-13, 27,039 sales) by Mabel, Ladbroke Grove (22-21, 19,558 sales) by AJ Tracey, Summer Days (36-33, 13,996 sales) by Martin Garrix feat. Macklemore & Patrick Stump, Find U Again (54-37, 13,386 sales) by Mark Ronson feat. Camila Cabello, Ritual (67-47, 10,361 sales) by Tiesto, Jonas Blue & Rita Ora, Call You Mine (59-54, 9,758 sales) by The Chainsmokers feat. Bebe Rexha and Ransom (75-62, 8,870 sales) by Lil Tecca. Previously peaking at No.69, Be Someone re-enters the Top 75 (76-59, 9,059 sales) for CamelPhat & Jake Bugg, while previous No.67 hit I Could Get Used To This rallies 89-66 (8,553 sales) for Becky Hill & Weiss.

    Overall singles sales are up 1.76% week-on-week at 18,753,389, 10.18% above same week 2018 sales of 17,020,004. Paid-for sales are down 3.04% week-on-week at 708,850, and are 24.79% below same week 2018 sales of 942,139. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 308th week in a row.

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 18:19

    Charts analysis: Lewis Capaldi edges out Will Young at summit

    by Alan Jones

    Decisively dethroned by Bruce Springsteen last week, and trailing Will Young for much of the latest frame, Lewis Capaldi edged past the latter to return to No.1 this week.

    The 22-year-old Scot’s debut album, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent bounces 3-1 to secure its fifth week at the summit in six weeks on release, although its sales are off 21.00% week-on-week to a new personal low of 19,003 (including 11,085 from sales-equivalent streams).

    Cruelly denied his fifth No.1 album at the death, 40-year-old Young’s seventh studio album, Lexicon opens at No.2 on sales of 16,706 copies. He thus remains tied with Cheryl (two solo, two with Girls Aloud), One Direction and Olly Murs as the reality TV graduates with most No.1 albums. Lexicon is No.1 on both physical sales (11,752) and paid-for downloads (4,274), being let down only by streaming. Recording the lowest first week sale for a studio album in Young’s career, it is the follow-up to 85% Proof, which previously held that record with 21,320, but which nevertheless opened at No.1 in 2015, and has to-date sales of 96,356. His total album sales prior to Lexicon of 5,363,675 includes top tallies of 1,716,736 for his second album, Friday’s Child (2003) and 1,010,879 for his third album, Keep On (2005).

    Opening at No.4 (10,800 sales), Late Night Feelings is producer Mark Ronson’s fifth studio album as an artist, and home to the hits Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (feat. Miley Cyrus), Find U Again (feat. Camila Cabello) and the title track (feat. Lykke Li). It is the follow-up to Uptown Special, which opened at No.1 in January 2015 on sales of 34,338, hot on the heels of first single, Uptown Funk! (feat. Bruno Mars), which was part way through its seven-week stint at No.1 at the time. Ronson reached No.2 with Uptown Special’s two immediate predecessors, Version (2007) and Record Collection (2010), but only No.70 with his 2003 debut release, Here Comes The Fuzz. Uptown Special’s failure to generate another hit after Uptown Funk! prevented it from selling more than 118,542 copies, whereas Version – which housed the Top 10 smashes Stop Me (feat. Daniel Merriweather), Oh My God (feat. Lily Allen) and Valerie (feat. Amy Winehouse) – went on to sell 900,120 copies.

    Indie trio Two Door Cinema Club, from Northern Ireland, rack up their third straight top five album, with False Alarm debuting at No.5 (9,607 sales), matching the debut position/peak of its immediate predecessor, Gameshow, which achieved the same result on lower sales of 7,988 copies. The band’s second album, Beacon, debuted and peaked at No.2 on sales of 33,306 copies in 2012, while their first album, Tourist History, debuted at number 46 (5,071 sales) in March 2010, and peaked 62 weeks later at number 24. Despite its slow start and low peak, Tourist History is easily the band’s biggest seller with a to-date tally of 390,259, more than Beacon (240,654) and Gameshow (41,466) combined.

    A chart regular since 1999 when he was 50% of The White Stripes alongside former wife Meg, Jack White has also charted with The Raconteurs, Dead Weather and solo. The Raconteurs released two Top 10 albums in less than two years, reaching No.2 with May 2016 debut Broken Boy Soldiers and No.8 with March 2008 follow-up Consolers Of The Lonely. They never really broke up, and return after an 11-year hiatus to claim their third straight Top 10 entry with Help Us Stranger (No.8, 5,758 sales).

    Pink is currently on tour in the UK, and is rewarded by a Top 10 re-entry for latest album Hurts 2B Human (11-9, 5,705 sales) and improved standings for Greatest Hits: So Far (67-34, 2,529 sales) and Beautiful Trauma (150-56, 1,768 sales).

    The rest of the Top 10: Western Stars (1-3, 13,898 sales) by Bruce Springsteen, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (6-6, 7,235 sales) by Billie Eilish, The Greatest Showman soundtrack (8-7, 6,390 sales) and Diamonds (7-10, 5,448 sales) by Elton John.

    Departing from the Top 10: Bohemian Rhapsody (9-12, 5,365 sales) by Queen, Madame X (2-14, 4,642 sales) by Madonna, 50 Years: Don’t Stop (10-16, 4,160 sales) by Fleetwood Mac, Doom Days (4-18, 3,966 sales) by Bastille and Unknown Pleasures (5-70, 1,574 sales) by Joy Division.

    Veteran synth-pop band Hot Chip’s seventh studio set, A Bath Full Of Ecstasy provides their second highest-charting album to date, opening at No.11 (5,409 sales). Only their third album – 2008’s Made In The Dark, which housed their sole Top 10 single, Ready For The Floor - has gone higher, peaking at No.4. Their last album, Why Make Sense?, debuted and peaked at No.13 on sales of 7,727 copies in 2015. A Bath Full Of Ecstasy is Hot Chip’s fifth straight Top 20 album, following their uncharted 2004 debut, Coming On Strong and 2006 follow-up The Warning, which reached No.34. Their cumulative album sales stand at 505,041, of which The Warning contributes the most - 182,808 - despite its low peak.

    Also new to the chart: Rise (No.17, 4,040 sales), the second album by occasional trio Hollywood Vampires, whose eponymous 2015 debut reached No.12 and whose members are 71-year-old Alice Cooper, 68-year-old Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and 56-year-old actor Johnny Depp; Originals (No.21, 3,556 sales), a selection of previously unreleased Prince demos of songs he gave away that posthumously provide his 37th Top 75 album; 7 (No.23, 3,416 sales), the debut album by 20 year old rapper Lil Nas X, whose introductory single Old Town Road is the year’s fourth biggest seller (930,137 sales); Schlagenheim (No.43, 2,053 sales), the critically-acclaimed debut album of London quartet Black Midi; Good Love (No.48, 1,950 sales), a nine-song EP that provides the chart debut of 22-year-old Luton rapper Nafe Smallz; and Yesterday (No.68, 1,581 sales), the soundtrack to the new Danny Boyle film, largely consisting of Himesh Patel’s Beatles’ covers.

    Its sales are down for the 10th week in a row but Now That’s What I Call Music! 102 rebounds 5-1 (6,183 sales) on the compilation chart, which it previously topped for seven weeks.

    Overall album sales are down 8.95% week-on-week at 1,743,661, 4.99% above same week 2018 sales of 1,660,768. Sales-equivalent streams accounted for a record 1,192,174 sales, 68.37% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are down 25.04% week-on-week at 551,487, 19.64% below same week 2018 sales of 686,275.

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 19:05

    the 53rd hit for Nicki Minaj, but only the 15th on which she is the sole credited artist
    Hail Queen Renta-Minaj.

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 20:23

    It looks like Old Town Road is still really no.2 since it is no.1 on streams and no.3 on sales and I don't care is no.2 on streams with 57,618 equivalent sales, meaning that Old Town Road has more than this. Senorita only has 56,619 combined......

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 20:56

    Quote Originally Posted by braindeadpj View Post
    It looks like Old Town Road is still really no.2 since it is no.1 on streams and no.3 on sales and I don't care is no.2 on streams with 57,618 equivalent sales, meaning that Old Town Road has more than this. Senorita only has 56,619 combined......
    Yup, if it wasn't for ACR then 'Old Town Road' would still be at number 2 this week, as it would have also been last week. The track would have been on its 9th straight week at number 2 this week since falling from the top and its 12th straight week inside the top 2.

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 21:05

    Thank you for confirming what I suspected in my post, Robbie.
    I'd forgotten about the video streams chart when I wrote the previous post, since 'I Don't Care' is back up to no.1 on that while "Old Town Road" is down to 3. However I think the video streaming does not have as large an impact as audio streaming correct?

    "I Don't Care" vanishing from No.1 would certainly be ironic since Ed Sheeran is the main reason for the maximum of 3 rule change in the first place. I almost hope it happens as it would certainly highlight the mockery of this artificial chart with its rules.........

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 21:12

    Quote Originally Posted by braindeadpj View Post
    Thank you for confirming what I suspected in my post, Robbie.
    I'd forgotten about the video streams chart when I wrote the previous post, since 'I Don't Care' is back up to no.1 on that while "Old Town Road" is down to 3. However I think the video streaming does not have as large an impact as audio streaming correct?

    "I Don't Care" vanishing from No.1 would certainly be ironic since Ed Sheeran is the main reason for the maximum of 3 rule change in the first place. I almost hope it happens as it would certainly highlight the mockery of this artificial chart with its rules.........
    I'd edited my post before I saw your reply but just confirm what I posted before I edited... 'I Don't Care' is on its first of three weeks of decline before ACR kicks in and unless the track records an increase in sales or increases sales against the total market the track runs the ridiculous situation of falling from the top to nowhere once other tracks from Ed appear on the charts when his album is released!

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    by » Fri June 28th, 2019, 21:31

    Also, as you mentioned, with regards to video streaming... videos have very little effect on the UK Singles chart as most are on the free platform and only accounted for 2.4% of all "sales" this week which is less than downloads account for.

    The breakdown for the Singles chart:

    Downloads: 3.8%
    Audio Streams: 93.8%
    Video Streams: 2.4%

    and the raw figures (sales plus actual streams)...

    Paid for sales: 708,850
    Audio streams: 1,970,057,012
    Video streams: 251,535,676

    and to put them into Chart Sales (very approximate sales):

    Paid for sales: 708,850 (actual sales)
    Audio streams: 17,600,000
    Video Streams: 450,000

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    by » Sat June 29th, 2019, 09:13

    Fascinating breakdown Robbie; thanks for providing it. I didn't realise VS' contribution was quite so low.

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    by » Sat June 29th, 2019, 11:10

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie View Post
    I'd edited my post before I saw your reply but just confirm what I posted before I edited... 'I Don't Care' is on its first of three weeks of decline before ACR kicks in and unless the track records an increase in sales or increases sales against the total market the track runs the ridiculous situation of falling from the top to nowhere once other tracks from Ed appear on the charts when his album is released!
    This is Ed Sheeran though - the king of controlling the charts.

    The man who holds the record for longest number of weeks before topping the UK charts, the man who holds for record for most top 20 entries in a single week. The man who almost equalled the longest run at #1 in the UK chart - and thanks to the OCC had the longest running #1 of 2017 despite the fact Despacito would've most likely broken that record.

    Sure the OCC have changed the rules since 2017 but it wouldn't surprise me if they're filming An audience with Ed Sheeran to be broadcast on the BBC next week. One live performance of I don't care next week, and there goes the acr thing for a few more weeks.

    If nothing else, the team behind Ed Sheeran are incredibly clever. Strategically clever.

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    by » Sat June 29th, 2019, 19:56

    I Don't Care was removed from radio playlists to make way for Cross Me so it really shouldn't be there anyway. Clearly the label want it to drop.

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    by » Mon July 1st, 2019, 17:01

    What tends to happen is that when there's been a mega-hit single released in advance of an album, especially by a major artist such as this, when the album drops, attention is also put back on the mega-hit single alongside the new tracks, and streaming/sales will likely rise. So 'I Don't Care' probably won't fall into ACR once the parent album is available. The complication that could arise with Ed though is that inevitably all the tracks on the new set are destined for en-masse streaming (and sales won't be low either), meaning that if just three of them register more combined units in total than 'IDC', it will be barred from the published chart under the maximum three biggest entries per artist rule. Interest in the non-promoted non-single tracks will likely wane sooner than 'IDC', meaning it likely will return after a few weeks, but on a disjointed - and entirely fabricated and misleading - chart run. It's happened to several artists already - most notably poor Lewis Capaldi. But the Sheeran situation will really throw the spotlight on the silliness of their rules, the irony which everybody has noted were only introduced because of his last album release.

    It could well feel like Ed is the master and OCC are the slave all over again.
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    by » Mon July 1st, 2019, 23:56

    "I Don't Care" sums up the whole singles chart these days.
    Who really cares what people are listening too. How many tune into the Radio One Chart show now that it is on Friday?
    Streaming favours certain acts and decent songs fall by the wayside. About 15 of the current top 40 (above) are only seeing the chart action due to the fact that certain groups of people stream these tracks. Previously those people (who do this) would have not purchase such tracks before. I have not been able to narrow down who these people are. But they clearly favour hip-hop/rap and American style influenced music. Even down to the Lil Nas track, which was kicked into life by being banned form the Billboard chart. Which of course had nothing to do with the UK music scene and wasn't banned from any UK chart! Clearly they are not the people who went to Glastonbury. For most of the bands and acts that have played Glastonbury this weekend haven't had top 20 act in ages. My sister who watches the news saw them going on about Stormzy. So she came to me and said "who is he?" adding " I haven't heard anything from him before". Ironically him playing Glastonbury will have done Stormzy more good than a string of top five hits in the streaming charts ever would. Reaching an audience that if it ever cared about the singles chart certainly doesn't now.
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    by » Tue July 2nd, 2019, 18:44

    I Don't Care has actually been re-added to Radio 1 Playlist and Cross Me removed! Mess!
    Forgot my previous post!

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    by » Thu July 4th, 2019, 11:37

    You also have to remember that Ed Sheeran has now released three individual singles on Spotify.

    I've noticed this since 2015 that when an album is released. We've had lead singles like What do you mean, Starboy, rockstar and Shape of you that were very popular on Spotify. Then along came the parent albums and it looked like Spotify ended up combining all the streams of these singles with the streams from the album too. Hence these 4 aforementioned singles all received quite a significant boost in their weekly streams sending the songs back up the charts in the process (well that's what happened with Justin Bieber and The Weeknd in particularly).

    To me, it's clearly a very artificial way of calculating how popular the "single" is.

    So going back to the current chart, Ed Sheeran has three singles currently in the top 10. When his new album gets released next Friday, the streams for I don't care, Cross me and Beautiful people will all be boosted significantly because there will still be millions of others just casually streaming these songs via other playlists.

    Granted Ed Sheeran pulled a similar trick with ÷ but How would you feel (paean) didn't exactly resonate with the public hence its sudden collapse after release week. In this case, his current 3 singles are all proving to be much more popular by contrast.

    I don't see any of the other album tracks streaming more than any of these 3 singles so even though there is a 3 track rule, the likelihood is that it'll be I don't care, Cross me and Beautiful people that remain in the charts the following week.
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    by » Thu July 4th, 2019, 12:09

    He will release another single this friday with Bruno Mars and Chris Stapelton, which will easily replace one of the tracks I think.

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