Ava Max's 'Sweet But Psycho,' 'The Greatest Showman' Start 2019 Atop U.Ok. Charts


Ava Max's “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic/Warner Music) begins 2019 with a second week atop the Official Charts Company's U.Ok. singles chart. The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) owns the album chart's No. 1 spot for an mixture 25th week.

Weekly mixed items of 71,000, together with 7.95m streams, make sure that “Sweet But Psycho” continues to reign on the primary countdown of the brand new yr. As the domination of festive singles involves an finish, new tracks and older favorites reap the profit, with not a single monitor in descent in the complete prime 40.

Ariana Grande's former No. 1 “Thank U, Next” (Republic/ Universal) bounces again 5-2; Post Malone's “Sunflower” (Republic/Universal), that includes Swae Lee is up from No. 19 to a brand new peak of No. Three and Malone's “Wow” leaps 52-5. In between, Mark Ronson's collaboration with Miley Cyrus, “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” (Columbia/Sony) climbs anew, 15-Four, regaining its peak place of three weeks in the past. 

Korean cartoon Pinkfong's monitor “Baby Shark” (Relentless), which first appeared on the chart final August, races 27-6 in its 20th week within the prime 75. Zara Larsson's “Ruin My Life” (Black Butter/Ten/Epic), which spent two weeks at No. 11 in early December, strikes from No. 35 to a brand new excessive of No. 9. 

Close to 41,000 new mixed items assist The Greatest Showman prolong its supremacy, after the set was confirmed by the OCC because the U.Ok.'s top-selling album of 2018, with 1.6m items.George Ezra holds at No. 2 with Staying At Tamara's (Columbia/Sony), whereas Take That's Odyssey (Polydor/Universal/Sony) is up 6-Three. The soundtrack to A Star Is Born(Interscope/Universal) climbs Eight-Four and Unchained Melodies (Sony Music CG) by Roy Orbison with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra dips Three-5.

Also within the album prime ten, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/EMI) improves 9-6, with Fleetwood Mac's 50 Years: Don't Stop compilation (Rhino/Warner) up 10-Eight. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Polydor/Universal) makes it 4 soundtracks within the prime ten, with a 16-9 enchancment.