Drake & ‘The Greatest Showman’ Still Holding Sway on U.K. Charts

The Official Charts Company accounts that “God’s Plan” was streamed 7.6 million times each week. It stays ahead of Ramz’ “Barking” (Polydor/Universal) that holds at No. two; Eminem’s former No. 1 “River” (Interscope/Universal), featuring Ed Sheeran, is stable at No. 3 and Dua Lipa‘s “IDGAF” (Warner Bros./Warner Music) in No. 4. Drake lands another week atop the U.K. singles chart with “God’s Plan” (Cash Money/Republic/Universal), as the soundtrack of The best Showman(Atlantic/Warner) starts a fourth week at the album summit.

It’s really a milestone week for Sigrid, the inaugural champion of the BBC’s Audio of 2018 critics’ survey, which receives her very first U.K. top ten single with “Strangers” (Universal Island), since it climbs 14-10.

The same is relevant for country figure head Chris Stapleton, whose name appears on a top-40 U.K. only for the very first period as he features Justin Timberlake’s “Say something” (RCA/Sony), which reaches at No. 3 2.
Craig David also includes a Fantastic week on the record chart, as his Enough Time Is Currently arrives behind The Best Show Man in No. 2.
Sheeran’s ÷ (Split) remains at No. 3 because U.S. hip trio Migos introduction at No. 4 with Partner II (Measure Control/Motown/Universal).
Eminem’s Revival (Interscope/Universal) remains at No. 5.)
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa receive their first top cooperation record in the land since Black Coffee (Provogue) starts at No. 7.
Bonamassa includes three U.K. top ten records for his name for a solo performer.

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