Sunday, July 24, 2016

Brit Sweep: July 24, 2016...






Hey gang, let's travel across the Atlantic yet again to check out the songs and albums making their way on to the British charts this week...

On the official singles chart in the UK, Drake remains steady at #1 for a fifteenth consecutive week with "One Dance"...

After a seemingly long break, pop queen Katy Perry returns at #25 with a song dedicated to the upcoming Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, "Rise"...


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Australian "boy-band" 5 Seconds Of Summer are also back in the top-40 at #28 with "Girls Talk Boys", from the Ghostbusters reboot...


British electronica duo Snakehips recruit Zayn for their latest single at #38, "Cruel". It follows their top-5 debut hit "All My Friends"...


 The final newbie at #42 is Britney Spears with her new track "Make Me" featuring rapper G-Eazy...


Meanwhile, on the top albums chart, there's a new winner as British indie-soul artist Michael Kiwanuka gets his first #1 with Love & Hate...


American pop-punk veterans Good Charlotte return after a six-year break with Youth Authority at #13...


British guitar god Jeff Beck is back at #27 with his Loud Hailer set...


Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler delves into country music with his We're All Somebody From Somewhere, which rides in at #67...


Lastly at #72 is already one of my top albums of 2016,  Choreography from electro-pop artist Bright Light Bright Light...







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