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"PILL" POPS TO #1 IN THE U.K.
3/18/16


Mike Posner
’s “Pill” proved powerful enough last week to push Warners act Lukas Graham’s “7 Years” out of the #1 slot on the U.K.'s Official Singles Charts. Nothing is powerful enough, however, to unseat Adele’s 25 as it logs its 11th week at #1.


If there’s any solace for Lukas Graham, it’s that they remain #1 on the streaming chart with more than 4m listens.

Hard charging on sales and streams is Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” featuring Ty Dolla $ign (SYCO) continues its hard charge up the singles chart rising to #4 from #11 last week and #23 two weeks ago. BPG/RCA/RVG rapper G-Eazy’s also enjoyed a significant bounce as “My Myself & I” rose four slots to #13 a week after rising eight slots.

“Dangerous” from Republic’s Ariana Grande is the week’s top debut, opening at #17. ZAYN’s “Like I Would” debuted at #30.

On the album side, XL’s 25 outsold the #2 album, Purpose by Justin Bieber, by more than 10,000 copies. 25 has proven to be quick the roadblock for Purpose: Since their November release, the Bieber album has been a top-seller week in and week out but never reached #1.

Beyond the top five of Jess Glynne’s I Cry When I Laugh (Atlantic), David Bowie's Best of…(Parlophone) and Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams four new releases enter the Top 20. Killswitch Engage’s seventh studio album, Incarnate (Roadrunner), becomes their first U.K. Top 10 at #9; Painkillers, the solo EMI debut from The Gaslight Anthem's Brian Fallon, opens at #13, and Alessia Cara’s Know-It-All (Def Jam) is one slot lower. You And I, a posthumous Jeff Buckley release from Columbia/Legacy, parks at #16.

Virgin’s Walking On Cars, whose album Everything This Way debuted two months ago, jumped 59 places to peak at #39 thanks to the radio “Speeding Cars.”