Adele and Ed Sheeran continue to dominate UK charts

Adele and Ed Sheeran continue to dominate UK charts

No big surprises here! Adele I Ed Sheeran continues to dominate the top of the UK charts. that’s according to the update official chart, This Friday (07), the singer appears in the first place of the most important charts in the British territory.

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Celebrating the success of his new album, Ed Sheeran Conquered his third week – not in a row – #1. Feather on the album chart with “= (equal)”, It is worth remembering that the disc was named by the official chart company as the second The biggest album of 2021 out there, Ah, Redhead’s third studio album, “divided”, in eighth place, re-enters the top 10 this week.

little Mix The group’s tenth anniversary album was also in the top 5 with “among us”, climbed again to the No. 4 peak, while “Diamonds” . From Elton John, Two places straight up seventh on the album chart.

Ed Sheeran. Photo: TV Globo / Promotions

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Apart from this, Adele is also seen shining in the British ranking. With the success of “Easy on Me”, the star took first place in UK Singles Stopo became the No. 1 track again in its eighth non-consecutive week.

Second trackABCDEFU“From Rising Star” Gayle, moves up 12 points to reach a new peak reaching #2. Another novelty on the singles chart was the new track. “Attraction”disney movie, hit with “We don’t talk about Bruno”, Getting to number 4.

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And speaking of Adele… the singer sent the message that 2022 will be full of news, starting with the video”Oh dear me“, which will release on January 12. The British singer just released a short teaser on her social media:

“Relaxed and reconfigured! Feeling ready for 2022, there’s so much more to come, I’m excited to see you all.”

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Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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