BuzzJack
BuzzJack - We Entertain You

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

Drake is at number one for a fourth week.
There is no change once again at the top of both charts. Drake still has the number one single and The Greatest Showman soundtrack is still the number one album.

Drake stays at number one for a fourth week. The Greatest Showman soundtrack continues its reign at the top of the albums chart.

Drake spends a fourth week at the top of the singles chart with God’s Plan. With the song now outside the top ten on iTunes it is clear that it will never be the top selling song of the week. His three number one singles have now spent a total of 20 weeks at the summit.

Drake also has a new entry at number 23 as a featured artist on Look Alive by BlocBoy JB. Apparently Drake approached BlocBoy JB and said “We gotta cook.” Unfortunately, they made this song together instead. Perhaps he could cook something in order to celebrate his success at a Bloc Party.

After a big climb last week Rudimental, Macklemore and Jess Glynne have to be content with a second week at number two with These Days. A storming performance of This Is Me on Graham Norton’s show last Friday helps Keala Settle climb three places to number three. Dua Lipa stays at number four with IDGAF while Ramz falls a further two places to number five. Portugal. The Man’s sublime Feel It Still continues its slow climb. It is up three places to number six.

Liam Payne and Rita Ora climb ten places to number eight with For You. It is Ora’s twelfth top ten single giving her a share in the record for the most top ten singles by a British female solo artist. Petula Clark had the last of her top ten hits in 1988 when a remix of Downtown (originally a number two hit in 1964) reached number ten. That brought her level with Shirley Bassey whose last appearance in the top ten was with Never Never Never in 1973. Both of those singers - who are still alive and could, in theory, record a new to ten hit, have had two number one singles while Ora has had four. It should be noted that all of Clark and Bassey’s top ten hits were solo singles whereas only half of Ora’s have been.

Marshmello and Anne-Marie enter at number nineteen with Friends. Both of Marshmello’s previous top forty hits (which also had one-word titles) reached the top ten as did two of Anne-Marie’s four previous top forty entries. It is the seventh top forty hit to be called Friends; the most recent was by Justin Bieber last year. Curiously, five of those six (plus a sixth which didn’t get into the top forty) reached a peak position with a two in it. This song joins the likes of Aretha Franklin’s Respect and Noah and the Whale’s L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N. in spelling out its title. I suppose we should be grateful that Max Bygraves didn’t spell out Gilly Gilly Ossnfeffer Katzenellen Bogen By The Sea.

Andrew Bazzi, recording simply as Bazzi, is an American singer-songwriter of Lebanese descent. He makes his UK chart debut at number 37 with Mine. Other musicians of Lebanese descent include Mika, who had a massive number one single with the song Grace Kelly, and Keanu Reeves of the band Dogstar. It is fair to say that the latter is rather more famous for something else.

James Bay had two top ten hits in 2015 with Let It Go (not to be confused with that ghastly Disney song of the same name) and the fabulous Hold Back The River. This week he finally returns to the top forty with Wild Love at number 39. Perhaps he will now be able to afford either a haircut or a new hat.

Mist re-enters at number 38 with Game Changer. Other artists with weather-related names to have hit singles include Thunder and Rainbow while Oasis were originally called The Rain. Sadly Weather Report have never had a hit single; even more sadly, the Weather Girls have.

Although Chainsmokers’ Sick Boy has now been in the top forty for four weeks. Its progress has been somewhat on the slow side. This week it climbs to a new peak of number 36. Steel Banglez’ Bad is another slow burner. That is in its fourth week in the top thirty without getting any higher than its current position of number 29. On place above it this week is J Hus’s Bouff Daddy. That is in its seventh week in the top thirty but it has risen no higher than number 26.

Adding to this week’s collection of weird chart runs is The Greatest Show from the Greatest Showman soundtrack. After spending three weeks at number 23 it is now in its third week at number 21. Another song from a film soundtrack, Kendrick Lamar and Sza’a All The Stars from Black Panther, climbs seventeen places to number eleven.

The Greatest Showman soundtrack album spends a sixth week at the top of the chart, easily beating all opposition. Even more impressively, its sales this week are likely to be its best yet.

Ed Sheeran’s ÷ climbs back up to number two. He will feature heavily in the coverage of the Brit Awards ceremony next week, so a return to number one in the next week or two cannot be ruled out. Even before that happens + re-enters at number 38. As × has been back in the top forty since January last year (two months before ÷ was released), Sheeran now has all three of his albums in the top forty once again. + gets its 170th week in the top forty while × has racked up 183 weeks.

When the Wombats had hit singles with quirky songs such as Let’s Dance To Joy Division and Moving To New York ti didn’t seem very likely that they would be capable fo scoring a top ten album a decade later. Nevertheless, that is exactly what they have done as Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life enters at number three. It matches the peak of their second album, This Modern Glitch, which was released in 2011. Glitterbug reached number five in 2015 but spent only one further week in the top forty.

Birmingham-based grime MC Mist has had two minor hit singles and now has a top ten album to his name in the shape of Diamond In The Dirt at number four. However, he has not yet been deemed worthy of a Wikipedia page. That, as well as his choice of moniker, makes it just about as easy to find out much about him as it is to see far ahead through mist.

According to one profile London-based grime artist Fredo’s lyrics are based on his experiences as a drug dealer and the money he has made out of it. Assuming that is not a teasing reference to the fact that he is a pharmacist, that seems an unlikely subject about which to be quite so open. Regardless, his debut album, Tables Turn, is a new entry at number five.

The masters of syncopation, Franz Ferdinand, enter at number six with their new album Always Ascending. Since their last album a little over four years ago original member Nick McCarthy has left the band in order to spend more time with his young son. That hasn’t led to any major changes in the band’s sound which retains the quirkiness that propelled them to success with the release of their debut hit Take Me Out back in 2004.

Their debut album reached number three in 2004 and spent a total of thirteen weeks in the top ten, 55 in the top forty. The follow-up, You Could Have It So Much Better (2005) went straight to number one but could only spend two more weeks in the top ten. Right Thoughts Right Words Right Action (2013) entered at number five but soon dropped out of the chart altogether. In the four years since their last album the band have also recorded an album with the brilliant Sparks under the collective name FFS.

The band are currently on tour to promote the new album, ending at the Brighton Dome on the 25th of this month. If they no longer do their multi-drummer version of Outsiders, at least one person will be very disappointed.

Brian Fallon made his name as the lead vocalist with The Gaslight Anthem, a band who almost managed to sound more like Bruce Springsteen than The Boss himself. While The Gaslight Anthem are still a going concern, Fallon has also been pursuing a solo career. He released his first solo album Painkillers in 2016 and has now released a second, Sleepwalkers. Painkillers peaked at number thirteen’ Sleepwalkers is new at number fifteen.

MGMT’s Time To Pretend is one of those songs which was nothing like as big a hit as some people may assume. It initially missed out on the top forty altogether before managing to reach the dizzy heights of number 35 when it re-entered the chart. it eventually resurfaced nearly a year later and, two months after re-entering the top 75, climbed back into the top forty. However, in its two-week run in the top forty it still couldn’t beat its original peak. Thankfully two subsequent singles, Electric Feel and Kids, fared better although neither of them could manage a top ten placing.

They enjoyed more success with their debut album Oracular Spectacular although even that took its time. It went to number twelve when it was released in March 2008 but didn’t make the top ten until the following January. Album number two, Congratulations, had a much shorter chart run but did get as high as number four. While many fans of their debut were disappointed with Congratulations, the reaction to the third album was even worse. That album didn’t even make the top forty.

Now, after a four-year wait, they are back with Little Dark Age. The album has a definite 1980s feel to it with echoes of Eurythmics, Yazoo and Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark. While this means it doesn’t sound as fresh as their debut, it still makes for a very good album. It sees the band return to the top forty at number 27.

Two of the best-selling albums of all time re-enter the top forty this week. As well as Ed Sheeran’s + (as mentioned above), Queen’s Greatest Hits album is back at number 40. The album spent four weeks at number one when it was released in 1981 and has accumulated a total of 165 weeks in the top forty. It had another lengthy top ten run immediately after Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991. If the film of Mercury’s life ever gets made (it has been in the pipeline since 2008), the album will no doubt notch up another chart run.
Published on: 2018-02-16 by BuzzJack.com Suedehead2 || 42527 Views
Comments (1)
 
Jamesnoupt
23 Apr 2018 - 6:31
New Entry
Group: Members
Posts: 0
Member No.: 71,053
Joined: 22 Apr 2018 - 11:13
   No Gallery Pics

казань вакансия кассир авиабилетов условия бронирования авиабилетов москва симферополь панда поиск авиабилетов стоимость авиабилетов донецк стамбул авиакомпания пегасус шереметьево спецпредложения на авиабилеты дешевые авиабилеты подольск победа авиабилеты москва нижневартовск узнать стоимость авиабилетов алматы атырау y билет на самолет эйр молдова стоимость авиабилетов с алматы в южную корею сеул стоимость авиабилета скайэкспресс москва нальчик кассы авиабилеты минск собственная продажа авиабилетов это платят ли за авиабилеты инвалиды колясачники цена на билет в самолет эконом класса из архангельска в крым

чартерные авиабилеты в тайланд от трансаэро стоимость авиабилетов благовещенск симферополь стоимость билетов на самолеты аэрофлота из красноярска до крыма дешевые авиабилеты из санкт петербурга россия цены на авиабилет красноярск москва 30 декабря

дешевые авиабилеты в ростов на дону по россии цены на авиабилеты если покупать заранее дешевые авиабилеты алматы москва y билеты на самолет москва лондон цена шуя авиабилеты перел т москва тиват москва авиабилеты стоимость авиабилета киев амман цена билета на самолет москва женева екатеринбург анталия авиабилеты трансаэро хочу узнать сколько стоит билет на самолет москва молдавия

y билет на самолет до байконура т билет до египта на самолете дешевые авиабилеты на турцию стоимость авиабилета от красноярска до киева стоимость авиабилетов из норильска до омска

сургут сочи авиабилеты цена победа такса авиабилеты стоимость регионального авиабилета оренбург казань снижение цен на авиабилеты в крым 2015 y авиабилет измир москва
 Top
Add Comment
 
Live iTunes Top 10
1 Calvin Harris, Sam Smith
Promises
2 Jess Glynne
All I Am
3 benny blanco, Halsey & Khalid
Eastside
4 Eminem
Killshot
5 Loud Luxury
Body (feat. Brando)
6 Dynoro & Gigi D'Agostino
In My Mind
7 Rita Ora
Let You Love Me
8 Silk City, Dua Lipa
Electricity (feat. Diplo & Mark Ronson)
9 Freya Ridings
Lost Without You
10 George Ezra
Shotgun

452 USERS ONLINE IN THE PAST 30 MINUTES
441 guests and 11 members.




Gallery Pictures
Phoenix Let You Love Me First Time 
A Lifetime to Repair Too Much No Brainer 


Copyright © 2006 - 2018 BuzzJack.com

About | Contact | Advertise | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service