Monday , April 19 2021

Ariana Grande & # 39; s thank you, the next there singles 1



Ariana Grande's smash hit thank you, the next stretches his leadership at the top until the sixth week in the fight for this year's coveted Christmas number 1 kicks off.

Though Grande's next contender Ava Max remains in 2nd place with Sweet But Psycho, she has managed to narrow the gap between top two singles to less than 9,000 total sales.

Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus have raised Top 10 and demand the most downloaded weekly entry by jumping six points to No. 4 with Nothing Breaks Like A Heart. Mariah Carey's Edge Up The Place With Everything I Want Christmas Do You At 5.

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Wham last Christmas jump to number 7 – seven from last week but Post Malone rebounds back to Top 10 with Sunflower foot Swella Lee from Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse with the number 9. Pogues & Kirsty MacColl yuletide the classic fairy tale New York flies eight places to number 10 .

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Down the chart, Band Aid. Do they know Christmas transfers zooms 11th to 15th, Michael Bublé's transfer. It starts to look like Rockets 14th to 16th, and Ellie Goulding and Diplo have four with Close To Me ft. Swae Lee at 17.

Shakin & # 39; Stevens & # 39; Merry Christmas Everyone shimmies 15 positions to 21, Elton John enters Top 40 with Step Into Christmas 22, George Ezra takes eight slots to 25 Hold My Girl rockin 'Around the Christmas tree with Brenda Lee climbs 13 jumps to 26 and Leone Lewis Holiday Suite Another Sleep Leap in 14 Queues to 28.

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Several Christmas songs are available this week Top 40: Ariana Grande's second record chart comes as Santa Tell Me 30 years old, in five places, Wizzard receives top 40 returns with I Wish, it could be Christmas everyday whizzing up to 12 to 33, like Chris A line that goes back to the best flight with Driving Home on Christmas Day 36.

Lastly, XXXTentacion is the highest new record number this week with Whou (Mind In Awe) from his after-death album Skins.

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