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Benson Boone Eyes Second Week at No. 1 In U.K. With ‘Beautiful Things’

Olivia Rodrigo is on track for the week’s greatest launching with “Obsessed.”

Benson Boone at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards held at The Dolby Theatre on March 27, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. Christopher Polk

Another lovely week is unfolding for Benson Boone in the U.K., where his international hit “Beautiful Things” (by means of Warner Records) is on track for a 2nd week at No. 1.

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The Washington-born singer-songwriter’s development tune has actually led both of Billboard’s Global songs tallies and, for the very first time, raised to No. 1 in the U.K. recently.

Based upon early sales and streaming information released by the Official Charts Company, “Beautiful Things” must nail another cycle at the top in the U.K.

Thanks to the release of the luxurious GUTS (spilled) edition, Olivia Rodrigo must bag the greatest brand-new entry with “Obsessed” (Geffen). It’s brand-new at No. 6 on the chart blast, and must offer the U.S. pop phenomenon her 12th U.K. leading 10 single.

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Rodrigo has actually set numerous U.K. chart records in her young profession. When her launching album SOUR struck No. 1 on the U.K.’s Official Chart in May 2021 in the very same week her single “Good 4 U” led the nationwide songs study, she ended up being, at 18 years and 3 months, the youngest solo artist to snag the U.K. chart double.

Along the method, SOUR set the U.K. mark record for the most first-week streams for a launching album, and, in June 2021, Rodrigo ended up being the very first female solo artist to land 3 synchronised U.K. leading 5 songs: “Good 4 U,” “Déjà vu” and “Traitor.” SOUR logged 5 overall weeks at No. 1, and GUTS finished one week at the top.

Future and Metro Boomin’s collective LP We Don’t Trust You must drop the optimum 3 tracks into the U.K. songs chart, all affecting the leading 20. Based upon early forecasts, “Like That” is poised to get in at No. 7, “Type Shit” might begin at No. 11 and the title track might bow at No. 14.

Irish singer-songwriter Hozier is targeting a No. 16 with his brand-new tune, “Too Sweet” (Island). It’s on target for a No. 16 start.

All will be exposed when the Official Charts are released late Friday, March 29.

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