Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber’s ‘I Don’t Care’ Claims Seventh Week At U.K. Singles Summit


Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber's “I Don't Care” (Asylum/Warner Music) tops the U.K. singles chart for a seventh week.

Sheeran and Bieber end the chart week 8,500 combined units ahead of their nearest challenger, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's “SeƱorita” (Syco Music/EMI/Universal). That collaboration debuts at No. 2, with Stormzy's “Vossi Bop” (Merky) down 2-3.

Sheeran figures again with an 8-4 climb for “Cross Me,” featuring Chance The Rapper and PnB Rock, following the release of its music video. Stormzy also lands a second top five appearance as “Crown” enters at No. 5.

The Official Charts Company's new data also shows Lewis Capaldi regaining the album crown with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (EMI/Universal).

Capaldi's move back to the album summit gives him a fifth aggregate week at No. 1. Longrunning pop vocalist Will Young arrives at No. 2 with Lexicon (Cooking Vinyl), which led the chart in midweek sales data. All of Young's studio albums since his 2002 debut have reached either No. 1 or No. 2.

Bruce Springsteen, who debuted at the summit last week, falls to No. 3 with Western Stars (Columbia/Sony). There's a No. 4 debut for Mark Ronson's Late Night Feelings (Columbia/Sony) and Two Door Cinema Club start at No. 5 with their fourth album False Alarm (Prolifica). The Raconteurs come in at No. 8 with Help Us Stranger (Third Man).