Harry Styles dominates UK charts with ‘Harry House’

Harry Styles dominates UK charts with 'Harry House'
As expected more than expected, Harry Styles’ long-awaited “Harry’s House” hit stores and music streaming platforms after hitting both the UK Singles and Albums charts. X-One Direction’s third album had the biggest single week sales of the year, 113,000 copies, and debuted, at number one, for the first time ever.

Meanwhile, “As It Was” reigned as the number 1 single for the eighth week in a row, while “Late Night Talking” and “Music for a Sushi Restaurant” hit the number limit for songs to enter the singles chart. In Great Britain, only three songs from the same album could appear in the top 100.

In addition, Styles’ other two albums also appeared well on the charts. “Fine Line” (2018) is in eighth place and his eponymous debut (2017) is in 29th place.

There was other news in the rankings, including everything in the top 10 and the latest works by M Huncho (see below). Also in the top 40 was “The Heart Is a Strange” by xPropaganda, entering at number 11, and “Water Slide, Diving Board, Ladder to the Sky” by Porridge Radio at number 39.

Some albums even returned to the charts. The Clash’s “Combat Rock” came out again at issue 20, celebrating the 40th anniversary. Jack Savoretti’s “Europiana” gained additional tracks, and finished at number 22, while Rick Astley’s “Whenever You Need Somebody” also peaked at number 28 on the 35th anniversary special edition. Finally, the greatest hits compilation came in at number 34 when the band toured their comebacks in the UK this week.

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singles ranking

Despite the dominance of Harry Styles, there was room for a few more debuts in the singles charts. There were two: Aitch’s “1989” at 23rd and N-Dubz’s “Charmer” at 32nd. Also notable are the flights of “IFTK (with La Roux)” by Tion Wayne, which went from 16th to eighth, and “21 Reasons (with Ella Henderson)”, by Nathan Dave, which moved up from 41st to 20th. Is.

1 – “As It Was” – Harry Styles (Same Position)
2 – “Late Night Talking” – Harry Styles (1st time)
3 – “Music for a Sushi Restaurant” – Harry Styles (1st time)
4 – “Go” – Cat Burns (dropped a spot)
5 – “About Demon Time” – Lizzo (dropped a spot)
6 – “Space Man” – Sam Ryder (dropped four places)
7 – “First Class” – Jack Harlow (dropped two places)
8 – “IFTK (with La Roux)” – Tion Wayne (up eight places)
9 – “Bum Bum (feat. Ed Sheeran)” – Camila Cabello (up two places)
10 – “Peru (with Ed Sheeran)” – Fireboy DML (dropped two posts)


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