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After eight straight weeks at No.1, Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa’s One Kiss retreats to No.7 (27,542 sales), the latest victim of ACR, which saw the value of its sales-equivalent streams halved. On a level playing field, it would still be No.1, with sales for the latest week of 46,159.

Its enforced abdication created a vacancy for the seventh new No.1 on 2018, and the battle for supremacy pitched two acts who had their first No.1 together, against one another. Rather Be opened at No.1 in February 2014, spending four weeks at the summit for Clean Bandit – who had two more minor hits previously – and Jess Glynne, for whom it was the maiden hit. It remains the biggest hit of both acts’ careers, with a to-date tally of 2,336,387 sales. Both acts have been climbing the chart with their latest hits, and it is Glynne who gets bragging rights, as her 13th hit, I’ll Be There, advances 2-1 (37,959sales, including 25,356 from sales-equivalent streams) to deny Clean Bandit’s 12th hit, Solo (feat. Demi Lovato), which closed the gap consistently throughout the week, and leaps 6-2 (37,061 sales).

Another former Clean Bandit collaborator, Anne-Marie, remains at No.3 with 2002 (35,395 Sales). I’ll Be There is Glynne’s third solo No.1 - following 2015 hits Hold My Hand and Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself – and her seventh No.1 in total, a record for a UK female. Glynne joins Tinie Tempah and the outgoing Calvin Harris, who have also had seven, as the artists with most No.1s in the 2010s.

However, I’ll Be There’s consumption total is the lowest for a No.1 single since August 2008 – 515 charts and nearly 10 years ago – when Kid Rock’s All Summer Long was No.1 on sales of 37,111 copies, all paid-for.

Nine months after it was released, and five months after it first dented the Top 75, Tom Walker’s introductory hit, Leave A Light On, surges 16-8 (25,798 sales) to make its Top 10 debut. The track has benefitted enormously from being featured as the sound bed to the current Sony Bravia OLED TV commercial, from the release of an acoustic version and from 59p pricing at iTunes. 12,853 of its consumption tally comes from paid-for sales, where it is the biggest seller, toppling Jess Glynne’s I’ll Be There.

Also new to theTop 10, after six weeks in the teens, is I Like It (13-9, 24,550 sales) by Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin. It is the first Top 10 hit for Bad Bunny, and the second for Cardi B and J Balvin – both of whom are also approaching the top tier with other collaborations: his Familiar single with Liam Payne jumps18-14 (20,120 sales), while her Maroon 5 pairing Girls Like You moves 28-16(18,668 sales).

George Ezra scores his third Top 5 single, with Shotgun up 8-4 (33,583 sales), while Better Now (7-6, 29,153 sales) is at a new high for Post Malone. Completing the Top 10: No Tears Left To Cry (5-5, 30,753 sales) by Ariana Grande and Flames (9-10,24,274 sales) by David Guetta feat. Sia.

After nine weeks in the top five, Nice For What trips 4-20 (17,294 sales) for Drake as ACR kicks in. No.10 on debut last week, Kanye West’s Yikes makes an even bigger fall to No.33 (12,167 sales), while All Mine ebbs 11-28 (13,987 sales) and Ghost Town tumbles 17-44 (9,309 sales).

That would be his three tracks as a primary artist – but as part of the duo Kids See Ghosts with Kid Cudi, he is allowed a further three entries, with the best-performing cuts from their eponymous new album. These are: 4thDimension (No.46, 8,892 sales), Feel The Love (No.47, 8,739 sales) and Reborn (No.48, 8,727 sales). 4th Dimension features Louis Prima, with a sample from the 82 year-old What Will Santa Claus Say.

West had the top three debuts last week but the Kids See Ghosts' track opens lower than Blue Lights, which has emerged from Jorja Smith’s first album, Lost & Found, to provide her fifth chart hit at No.38 on sales of 11,726 copies, while another cut off the set, February 3rd sneaks in under the wire to become her sixth hit (No.75, 5,503 sales).

Ball For Me has its lowest consumption figure since release six weeks ago, but becomes the 11th hit thus far for Post Malone, and the 44th for featured vocalist Nicki Minaj, debuting at No.70 (5,899 sales), its eligibility triggered by the fact it is one of Post Malone’s three top tracks as a primary artist for the first time.

Lots of new peaks: If You’re Over Me (19-12, 21,813 sales) by Years & Years, Back ToYou (23-13, 21,556 sales) by Selena Gomez, Butterflies (24-19, 17,365 sales) by AJ Tracey & Not3s, Praise The Lord (Da Shine) (39-21, 16,954 sales) by A$AP Rocky feat. Skepta, Youngblood (37-22, 15,890 sales) by 5 Seconds Of Summer, Man Down (30-25, 15,164 sales) by Shakka feat. AlunaGeorge, Rise (47-31, 13,043sales) by Jonas Blue feat. Jack & Jack, Oh My (36-34, 12,094 sales) byDappy feat. Ay Em, Family Tree (40-35, 11,923 sales) by Ramz and Lucid Dreams(53-39, 11,396 sales) by Juice WRLD.

Also: Nevermind (45-42, 10,412 sales) by Dennis Lloyd, Taste (59-50, 8,593 sales) by Tyga feat.OffSet, I Wanna Know (57-52, 8,479 sales) by NOTD feat. Bea Miller, London(62-56, 7,559 sales) by AJ x Deno feat. EO, Jackie Chan (67-61, 7,061 sales) byTiesto & Dzeko feat. Preme & Post Malone, Fine Girl (63-62, 7,016sales) by ZieZie, Panic Room (73-72, 5,705 sales) by Au/Ra & CamelPhat and X (75-74, 5,563 sales) by Nicky Jam & J Balvin.

Overall singles sales are up 0.61% week-on-week at 16,776,536, 28.43% above same week 2017 sales of 13,062,426. Streams accounted for 15,812,459 sales, 94.25% of the total. Paid-for sales are down 1.71% week-on-week at 964,077, and are 26.62% below same week 2017 sales of 1,313,846. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 254th week in a row.


1 Jess Glynne 37,959 12,603 25,356
2 Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato 37.061
3 Anne-Marie 35,395
4 George Ezra [Shotgun] 33,583
5 Ariana Grande 30,753
6 Post Malone 29,153
7 Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa 27,452
8 Tom Walker 25,798
9 Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin 24,550
10 David Guetta feat. Sia 24,274

12 Years & Years 21,813
13 Selena Gomez 21,556
14 Liam Payne feat. J Balvin 20,120
16 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B 18,668
19 AJ Tracey & Not3s 17,365
20 Drake 17,294
21 A$AP Rocky feat. Skepta 16,954
22 5 Seconds of Summer 15,890
25 Shakka feat. AlunaGeorge 15,164
28 Kanye West [All Mine] 13,987
31 Jonas Blue feat. Jack & Jack 13,043
33 Kanye West [Yikes] 12,167
34 Dappy 12,094
35 Ramz 11,923
38 Jorja Smith 11,726
39 Juice WRLD 11,396

42 Dennis Lloyd 10,412
44 Kanye West [Ghost Town] 9,309
46 Kids See Ghosts [4th Dimension] 8,892
47 Kids See Ghosts [Feel The Love] 8,739
48 Kids See Ghosts [Reborn] 8,727
50 Tyga feat. Offset 8,593
52 NOTD feat. Bea Miller 8,479
56 AJ & Deno feat. EO 7,559
61 Tiesto & Dzeko feat. Preme & Post Malone 7,061
62 ZieZie 7,016
70 Post Malone [Ball For Me] 5,899
72 Au/Ra & CamelPhat 5,705
74 Nicky Jam & J Balvin 5,563
75 Jorja Smith [3rd February] 5,503


Its sales are down again but The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to The Greatest Showman remains far ahead of the pack, topping the chart for the 19th time in 23 weeks, and the fourth week in a row, on consumption of 34,378 units (including 11,030 from sales-equivalent streams). It is the 23rd consecutive week in which it has sold upwards of 20,000 copies, and raises its cumulative sales to 878,909.

871,888 of those have come in 2018, making it the year’s biggest seller by a margin of more than half a million – Now That’s What I Call Music! 99 is its distant runner-up with sales of 337,223. The Greatest Showman is also close to topping the year-to-date video chart, with sales of 826,736 in four weeks putting it second behind Star Wars: The Last Jedi (867,517 sales).

Four new albums debut inside the Top 10, three of them by acts who have previously had No.1s – but The Greatest Showman’s nearest rival is Staying at Tamara’s by George Ezra. The first of four albums that had the temerity to interrupt The Greatest Showman’s reign, when it debuted at the summit 11 weeks ago, Staying At Tamara’s has remained in the top five since release and, with latest single Shotgun itself moving into the top five, the album climbs 3-2, with sales up for the third week in a row at 19,532.

21 last Monday (June 11), Jorja Smith beats many more experienced acts to land the week’s highest new entry with her debut album, Lost & Found, opening its account at No.3 (15,313 sales). A pleasing blend of pop and R&B, the album fulfils the promise that won the Walsall singer/rapper the Critics’ Choice award at this year’s Brits, although she has still to secure a Top 20 single.

There are few catalogues more beloved than that of The Beach Boys, and subjecting their iconic songs to symphonic makeovers adding new arrangements from The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – conducted by Steve Sidwell & Sally Herbert under the production of Don Reedman & Nick Patrick – is a bold move, even though it has paid off handsomely for similar projects revitalising the catalogues of Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison. It works for The Beach Boys too, as The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra debuts at No.4 (14,128 sales). It is their 37thchart album in a chart career spanning almost 53 years.

While Kanye West’s Ye tumbles 2-10 (8,069 sales)on its second week on the chart, Kids See Ghosts – the eponymously-titled album for his collaboration with Kid Cudi – debuts at No.7 (9,250 sales).

Lily Allen falls short of the top two for the first time but extends her run of Top 10 albums to four, with No Shame debuting at No.8 (8,754 sales). The 33 year-old singer/songwriter’s first album Alright, Still debuted and peaked at No.2(62,701) in 2006, while follow-up It’s Not Me, It’s You attracted 112,568 sales when it opened at No.1 in 2009. Allen’s most recent album, Sheezus, also

Topped on debut in 2014, with sales of 35,414, helped by the fact it had already spawned three Top 10 hits, and was priced at 99p at Google Play. Alright, Still is Allen’s biggest seller, with a to-date tally of 1,142,062, with It’s Not Me, It’s You in close attendance on 1,070,340 sales and Sheezus way behind on113,054 sales.

The rest of this week’s Top 10: Divide (7-5,10,421 sales) by Ed Sheeran, Beer Bongs & Bentleys (6-6, 10,084 sales) by Post Malone and Wildness (5-9, 8,338 sales) by Snow Patrol.

Departing the Top 10 are: the eponymous Shawn Mendes (9-11, 7,181 sales), As Long As I Have You (8-15, 5,358 sales) by Roger Daltrey, Noonday Dream (4-35, 2,575 sales) by Ben Howard and Prequelle (10-64, 1,689sales) by Ghost.

Primarily known as an actress (most famously for her role as Demelza in the BBC’s historical drama series Poldark) 26-year-old Eleanor Tomlinson is also an accomplished singer, and her debut album Tales From Home – in which she revisits familiar folk and singer/songwriter tracks like Homeward Bound, She Moves Through The Fair and Tapestry – debuts at No.14 (6,120 sales).

Steps reached No.2 with last studio album ,Tears On The Dancefloor, last year, confirming their resurgence. On their subsequent sell-out tour, they recorded the concert set Party On The Dancefloor: Live From The London SSE Arena Wembley. In several editions with and without DVD and Blu-rays and a recording of a Belfast concert, it racks up 3,540 sales to debut at No.18.

Former Creed and Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti's own quartet Tremonti take a step back for the first time in their career, with fourth album, A Dying Machine, debuting at No.19 (3,493 sales). Their first album, All I Was, debuted and peaked at No.41 (3,262 sales) in 2012, follow-up Cauterize reached No.23 in 2015, and they made the Top 20 for the first time in 2016 with Dust (No.16,5,059 sales).

When Lily Allen’s Sheezus debuted at No.1 in 2014, there were also debuts for Super Furry Animals’ Gruff Rhys and Swedish singer/songwriter Lykke Li – and spookily all three waited 214 weeks to unleash their follow-up. Allen’s No Shame is dealt with above while Rhys’ scores his fourth solo album chart entry with Babelsberg (No.23, 3,213 sales) and Lykke Li her third Top 75 entry with So Sad, So Sexy (No.73, 1,540 sales).

58 year-old Tony Hadley had 11 Top 75 albums fronting Spandau Ballet, and scores his third charting album as a solo artist nearly a year after quitting the band for the second time, with Talking To The Moon, debuting at No.40 (2,182 sales). He missed out altogether with last solo release, The Christmas Album, in 2015.

Supported by BBC Radio 6 Music and impressive on a recent Later… With Jools Holland, Welsh quartet Boy Azooga have just started their UK tour, and do so with a hit album under their collective belt, specifically their debut release, 1, 2, Kung Fu!, which enters the chart at No.56 (1,787 sales).

No.1 on debut in 1997, Mansun’s first album, Attack Of The Grey Lantern, has been released in special 21 anniversary editions, and makes its first chart appearance in nearly 20 years at No.28 (2,784 sales).

Vinyl re-pressings earn The Who’s 1965 No.4 debut album My Generation and 1971 No.1 album Who’s Next their first Top 75 placings since 2002 and 1972, respectively. My Generation is No.63 (1,706 sales) and Who’s Next is No.75 (1,526 sales) on the overall chart, while placing first and fourth on the vinyl album chart.

Throwback Reggae Dancehall is No.1 compilation for the second week in a row (16,301sales).

Overall album sales are up 5.28% week-on-week at 1,812,577, 2.62% above same week 2017 sales of 1,766,315. Streaming accounted for 977,457 sales – 53.93% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are up 11.21% week-on-week at 835,120, 19.98% below same week 2017 sales of 1,043,666.


1 The Greatest Showman 34,378 23,348 11,030 (878,909)
2 George Ezra 19,532
3 Jorja Smith 15,313
4 The Beach Boys with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 14,128
5 Ed Sheeran 10,421
6 Post Malone 10,083
7 Kids See Ghosts 9,250
8 Lily Allen 8,754
9 Snow Patrol 8,338
10 Kanye West 8,069

11 Shawn Mendes 7,181
14 Eleanor Tomlinson 6,120
15 Roger Daltrey 5,358
18 Steps 3,540
19 Tremonti 3,493
23 Gruff Rhys 3,213
28 Mansun 2,784
35 Ben Howard 2,575
40 Tony Hadley 2,182

56 Boy Azooga 1,787
63 Who [My Generation] 1,706
64 Ghost 1,689
73 Lykke Li 1,540
75 Who [Who's Next] 1,526

To Date Albums
Lily Allen - Alright, Still 1,142,062
Lily Allen - It’s Not Me, It’s You 1,070,340
Lily Allen - Sheezus 113,054


1 Throwback Reggae Dancehall 16,301

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You have Cardi B and David Guetta the wrong way round.
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Good sales for the Steps live album, considering what the market in large is like for live albums and also the DVD of the same album entered at Number 1`in the DVD charts.
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Ibit surprised that they didnít mention itís officially Demiís highest charting single hopefully it goes top next week to give her her first
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And people were saying how well Lily Allen was doing midweek? That album will be lucky to shift 15k in the end and has no charting single. Also King Kanye is not doing well either and wonít even reach silver certifation in the end I bet.
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That is still a great result for lily Allen considering trigger bang didn't even chart and as mentioned in the commentary she had 3 top 10s on it at the time she released sheezus

Also she has only dropped 3 spaces from the mids she outperformed my expectations I was expecting an Alexandra Burke type entry. Its not that bad an album on first listen it's does seem like the weakest of her 4 so far but that's not necessarily a bad thing
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QUOTE(d22ghj @ Jun 15 2018, 11:52 PM) *
And people were saying how well Lily Allen was doing midweek? That album will be lucky to shift 15k in the end and has no charting single. Also King Kanye is not doing well either and wonít even reach silver certifation in the end I bet.

I think with streaming he will, although the next couple of weeks are crucial and it seems there won't be any big hits on the album.

Lily Allen though... her streaming numbers are awful so far, not surprise though
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Lily Allen did what was expected, a mid-top 10 debut, no one expected more but no one expected less, was not gonna be #1 but was not gonna miss the top 40 either

regarding Tom odell, it was a little miracle that he managed a t40 single last time, he makes great music but it's not really stuff for the kids dominating the single charts, it's Elton John territory, so zero spotify-friendly... he's also not cool enough for the NME/indie group and he always gets bad reviews and his music is a big no for the hipsters that like the national and arcade fire, so this time he'll be lucky with a top 100 single, luckily his label trusts him and he's gonna get lots of tv promo so the album will do reasonably well, top 3 probably
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Actually Elton John's classics get great streaming numbers (five songs over 100m on Spotify), of course his new songs not so much but he's 71 years old so...
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I thought Lily Allen could shift a little bit more than 8k first week and push for a top 5, even taking into account her lack of single success this time.
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Interestingly, while Jess Glynne has had 7 official #1s now, 5 of them in the streaming-included era, she's still only had 1 #1 on the official streaming chart (or Spotify for that matter).

- 'Rather Be' spent 11 weeks at #1 on streaming - only 1 week less than the combined total of 12 weeks her 7 official #1s add up to
- The week 'My Love' hit #1, it debuted at only #65 on streaming (amidst 'Rather Be's run at #1 there). It climbed to #6 the following week, and peaked at #4 the week after (behind 'Rather Be', 'Happy' and 'Dark Horse'). It spent 10 weeks in the streaming top 10, compared to 7 on the official (i.e. sales) chart.
- During the 3 weeks 'Hold My Hand' was #1, it charted 22-5-4 on streaming (the streaming #1s were 'FourFiveSeconds' and 'King'). It ultimately peaked at #3 on streaming (behind 'See You Again' and 'Cheerleader'), and spent 11 weeks in the top 10 (compared to 9 officially).
- 'Not Letting Go' debuted at #17 on streaming the week it was #1 (the streaming #1 was 'Lean On'). It technically went on to reach #2 on streaming, but that was on the 5-day week where no Spotify was included (quite visible when you scroll down and see that 4 Taylor Swift songs entered the streaming top 50); outside of that week, it peaked at #4 on streaming (behind 'Are You With Me', 'Lean On' and 'Cheerleader'). It only spent 5 weeks in the top 10 (though still more than its 4 officially).
- Unlike her previous #1s, 'Don't Be So Hard On Yourself' was released on Spotify in advance of its held-back sales release, but it still only climbed #55 to #25 on streaming the week it hit #1 (the streaming #1 was 'How Deep Is Your Love'). It peaked at #4 on streaming for 3 weeks (behind 'What Do You Mean?', 'Can't Feel My Face' and 'How Deep Is Your Love'), and spent 8 weeks in the top 10 (compared to 7 officially).
- 'These Days' of course only hit #1 because 'God's Plan' hit ACR and dropped to #10, but it did spend 5 weeks at #2 on streaming, and 17 weeks in the streaming top 10 (compared to 11 weeks it lasted in the official top 10 until being booted by ACR).
- 'I'll Be There' has only reached #6 on streaming, and it's probably one of the most blatantly lucky #1s of recent times, given that 'One Kiss' would've been well ahead without ACR, and it got by on very low sales (and only a small margin ahead of #2, and with the help of iTunes discounting and Hot Hits UK placement).

I think this is the 5th #1 changed by ACR?
W/E 27/07/2017: 'Wild Thoughts' hit #1 (with 51,308 sales) over 'Despacito' (46,575 sales; 67,400 without ACR), which was still #1 on both streaming and sales
W/E 17/08/2017: 'Feels' hit #1 (with 39,569 sales) over 'Despacito' (34,383 sales; 51,089 without ACR), which was, again, still #1 on both streaming and sales
W/E 24/08/2017: 'New Rules' hit #1 (with 41,666 sales) over 'Despacito' (29,645 sales; 45,261 without ACR), which was #1 on streaming but #3 on sales (unlike the other songs in this list, 'New Rules' had a 2nd week at #1 which I believe was in its own right regardless of ACR)
W/E 05/04/2018: 'These Days' hit #1 (with 43,693 sales) over 'God's Plan' (24,714 sales; 43,744 without ACR), which was #1 on streaming though only #12 on sales
W/E 21/06/2018: 'I'll Be There' hit #1 (with 37,959 sales) over 'One Kiss' (27,542 sales; 46,159 without ACR), which was #1 on streaming and #5 on sales

Jess Glynne is the first artist to gain 2 #1s from long-running #1s being pushed out by ACR. Not everyone has that.

Side note: I just noticed something in the OCC website's error message:
Oops! We got 99 problems... and finding this page is one. Sorry!
Oops! We got 99 problems
The OCC wrote '2002'
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No WAY has Tinie Tempah had 7 no.1s!!
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Calvin Harris has actually had 8 if you include his remix of Spectrum.
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