LF System delivers a three-peat on the U.Okay. singles survey with “Afraid To Really feel” (through Warner Brothers).
The Scottish digital music pair leads the Official U.K. Singles Chart for a 3rd consecutive week with their hit membership monitor, which notches a market-leading 6.7 million streams throughout the newest cycle, the OCC reviews.
In the meantime, Afrobeats artist Burna Boy is on the rise with “Final Final” (Atlantic), lifting 7-4, for a brand new peak. The Love, Damini launch is now Burna Boy’s highest-flying solo single, excluding his contribution to Stormzy’s 2020 chart-leader “Personal It” with Ed Sheeran.
It’s twice as good for Ella Henderson, who earns new peak positions with two Prime 10 singles — “Loopy What Love Can Do” (Parlophone) with David Guetta and Becky Hill (up 8-6) and “21 Causes” (up 10-9) with Nathan Dawe.
In the meantime, OneRepublic is gunning for a Prime 10 look with “I Ain’t Nervous” (Interscope), up 14-13, a brand new peak. “Nervous” is flying following its look within the Tom Cruise motion movie, Prime Gun: Maverick.
The best new entry this week is the all-star launch “Keep With Me” (Coumbia), recorded by Calvin Harris, Justin Timberlake, Halsey and Pharrell Williams. It’s new at No. 29, for Harris’ thirty eighth, Timberlake’s twenty seventh, Halsey’s twelfth and Pharrell’s twentieth U.Okay. Prime 40 look, respectively, in accordance with the OCC.
Lastly, Ed Sheeran chalks up one other milestone with “Dangerous Habits” (Asylum), which logs a 52nd consecutive week contained in the U.Okay. Prime 40 (down 35-39). On its method to a full-year within the high tier, “Dangerous Habits” spent 11 weeks at No. 1, was declared the most important music of 2021 by the Official Charts Firm, and the most-played music over the U.Okay.’s airwaves, in accordance with broadcast knowledge printed by PPL.