Scotland’s Lewis Capaldi Lands First U.Okay. No. 1 Single

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Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi scores his first U.Okay. No. 1 single with “Someone You Loved” (EMI/Universal).

Capaldi's single logs 58,000 mixed items, based on the Official Charts Company, together with six million audio streams. The observe entered the chart at No. 66 in mid-January and completes its climb in its fifth week within the prime ten. His earlier hit “Grace,” which first charted final October and has been rising once more in latest weeks, reaches a brand new peak with a 30-24 vault.

Calvin Harris's “Giant” (Columbia/Sony), that includes Rag 'n' Bone Man, climbs Four-2 on the brand new chart, just below 2,000 mixed items behind Capaldi. Grande dips 2-Three with “Break Up With Your Girlfriend I'm Bored” and falls to No. Four with final week's bestseller “7 Rings.” Mabel's “Don't Call Me Up” (Polydor/Universal) holds at No. 5.

The highest new entry of the singles week is Pink's “Walk Me Home” (RCA/Sony) at No. eight, turning into her 20th prime ten single within the U.Okay. Tom Walker, who gained British breakthrough act on the 2019 BRITs, climbs 19-10 with “Just You & I” (Relentless/Sony).


Meanwhile, Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next (Republic/Universal) begins a 3rd week on the album summit. The LP stays at No. 1 by a margin of 5,000 mixed items over The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner), which holds at No. 2. In an unchanged prime 5, the solid recording of A Star Is Born (Interscope/Universal) is at No. Three once more, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/Universal) at No. Four and George Ezra's Staying At Tamara's (Columbia/Sony).

London rapper Giggs has the best arrival on the album countdown at No. 6 with Big Bad (Island/Universal), and British digital new wave duo Sleaford Mods make the highest ten for the primary time as Eton Alive (Extreme Eating) begins at No. 9.