Friday, February 24, 2017

Brit Sweep: February 24, 2017...


Let's cross the Atlantic yet again to check out the notable songs and records making the charts in the UK this week...

On the official singles chart, Ed Sheeran remains on top for a seventh week with "Shape Of You"...

...and while his "Castle On The Hill" drops to #4, Ed claims a third song in the top-5 as "How Would You Feel (Paean)" enters at #2...


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Norwegian DJ/producer Kygo gets his second top-10 hit in Britain with "It's Ain't Me" featuring Selena Gomez. He previously went to #8 in 2014 with "Firestone". This is Selena's third trip to this level, after "Naturally" and "Come and Get It"...


Legendary British vocal group (aka "boy band") Take That return at #13 with their latest single "Giants". Guys, without a proper video this will sink like a stone...


American bro-dance duo the Chainsmokers hook up with one of the biggest British rock bands of today, Coldplay, for "Something Just Like This" at #30...


As Maroon 5 drop out of the top-40 with their former #5 hit "Don't Wanna Know", they replace it at #32 with "Cold" featuring rapper Future...


Lana Del Rey is back just under the top-40 at #41 with "Love". Eight of her previous singles have made the top-40, with "Summertime Sadness" with Cedric Gervais going the highest at #4...


American nu-metal vets Linkin Park run in at #53 with "Heavy" featuring indie-pop singer Kiiara...


Galantis, the alternative dance duo from Sweden, cashes in at #60 with "Rich Boy"...


DJ Khaled lands at #71 with his collaboration with power-couple Jay-Z and Beyonce', "Shining"...


Right under that is BRITS award performer Bruno Mars with "That's What I Like" which is in at #72...


Pop-punk band All Time Low enter at #91 with "Dirty Laundry"...


Meanwhile, on the albums chart in the UK, Rag N' Bone Man, who won the "newcomer" award at the BRITS, spends a second week at #1 with Human....

Scottish indie-folk songstress Amy MacDonald is back at #2 with her fourth album Under Stars. All four have reached the top-5, with her debut This Is The Life going to #1 in 2007...


Ryan Adams returns at #3 with Prisoner, his third top ten effort and highest ranking to date...


American rapper Future rocks in at #15 with his self-titled album. Last year he made it to #6 with his collaborative album with Drake, What A Time To Be Alive...


Alternative rock-reggae band Dreadzone slip in at #39 with Dread Times...


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