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NEAR TRUTHS: BLOWING THE WHISTLE
Pissing outside the tent. (2/14a)
BILLIE RELEASES HAUNTING, ETHEREAL BOND THEME
The siblings strike again. (2/14a)
HITS LIST:
SURPRISE, SURPRISE
We, too, are thinking of going public. (2/14a)
NATION BUILDER
JAY BROWN
Takin' care of business. (2/14a)
STEVENSON'S
NEXT MOVE
Nice run. (2/14a)
DON'T TALK TO THE PRESS
Also, don't leak the memo about not talking to the press to the press. Please.
GRAMMY VOTING
How the sausage is made.
BIEBER'S BIG BOW
Changes changes the conversation.
PRIMARIES
So hard to decide...
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: J HUS STREAMS TO #1
1/31/20

J Hus has surged ahead of Pet Shop Boys to claim this week’s U.K. Official Albums #1 with Big Conspiracy (Black Butter) on 24k combined chart sales. Over on singles, Lewis Capaldi has his second #1.

J Hus won the race on streaming, which count for 96% of his second album’s sales. Pet Shop Boys settle for third place with Hotspot (X2), as last week’s chart-topper, Music to be Murdered by (Polydor) by Eminem, claims second.

J Hus also has three songs in the Top 40: “Play Play” f/Burna Boy at #11;  “Big Conspiracy” f/iceè tgm at #19; and “Repeat” f/Koffee at #21.

British rapper M Huncho has the third highest new entry at #5 with his mixtape, Huncholini The 1st (Island).

Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go? (Polydor) lifts three places to #7 after cleaning up at the Grammys, and The Dave Clark Five retrospective, All The Hits (BMG), lands at #10.

Finally, in celebration or commiseration of Brexit day, remainer anthem “Ode To Joy” (Polydor)—Andre Rieu's version of Beethoven’s classic with the Johann Strauss Orchestra—secures the most downloads of the week at #30. A similar campaign was launched for a pro-Brexit song, Dominic Frisby's self-released “17 Million F**k Offs,” but the track missed the Top 40, stalling at #43.

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