03/02/2023

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Beyonce Bags Best Performance In 14 Years – Billboard

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Beyonce Bags Best Performance In 14 Years – Billboard

Beyonce pushed LF System all the way, however in the conclude, the electronic duo held on for a fifth consecutive week at No. 1 with “Afraid to Feel” (Warner Records).

The Scots’ disco-reviving summer months hit accumulated 5.1 million streams in the most new cycle, the Formal Charts Company reviews.

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Coming in at No. 2 is Beyonce’s “Break My Soul” (Columbia), which rises 4 places for a new peak position on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, receiving there in its seventh week.

Which is the superstar U.S. singer’s finest placing on the national singles study since “If I Was A Boy” went to No. 1 in 2008 — 14 several years in the past (Bey also dominated the chart in 2010 with “Telephone,” her collaboration with Woman Gaga).

With “Break My Soul” managing a 2nd-area finish, Bey just misses out on the chart double, as her most new LP Renaissance roars to No. 1 on the Formal U.K. Albums Chart.

Two far more tracks from it impact the most recent singles chart Top rated 20, with “Cuff It” commencing at No. 14, for the week’s greatest debut and “Alien Superstar” at No. 16, lifting her U.K. Leading 40 tally to 38.

Meanwhile, OneRepublic is flying substantial with Top Gun: Maverick release “I Ain’t Worried” (Interscope), lifting 12-10 for its only look in the Prime 10. “I Ain’t Worried” is the initially major flight appearance for the Ryan Tedder-led band due to the fact 2014, when “Love Runs Out” arrived at No. 3.

At last, James Hoopla and Miggy Dela Rosa’s “Ferrari” will take a experience up the chart (36-25 by means of The Cross), Australian DJ and producer Luude carries on to climb with his drum ‘n’ bass reimagining of Mattafix’s “Big City Life” (up 37-28 by means of Warner Data), and British British-Ghanaian producer lands his first U.K. Prime 40 entry with “Propellor” (Black Butter), showcasing Dave and BNXN, new at No. 38.

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