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U.K. CHARTS: EZRA'S RECORD WEEK
3/30/18

George Ezra has posted the highest opening week figure for an album this year as his second full-length Staying At Tamara’s (Columbia) opens at #1 on the Official Album Chart on 63K combined sales. It ends The Greatest Showman’s 11-week run at #1.

It’s Ezra second #1: His debut, Wanted On Voyage, topped the chart in 2014 and returns this week to #15. In addition, his single, “Paradise,” climbs three places to #2, sitting right behind Rudimental’s “These Days.”

Columbia Records U.K. President Ferdy Unger Hamilton said, “George has worked incredibly hard to make this album, so it’s amazing to see him achieve a #1. It’s great that it has sold so many in its first week but I really think we will be with this record all year and well into 2019.”

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