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SONG REVENUE: HOPPED UP
Bad Bunny makes the most of his turn at bat. (5/20a)
TOP 20: KENDRICK
LEADS THE WAY
Another record-breaking debut week. (5/18a)
GREEN AS EVER
A think piece—cool! (5/19a)
FEET OF CLAY AND “TAPDANCING AROUND THE CONVERSATION”: KENDRICK LAMAR’S BREAKTHROUGHS
The K-Dot aesthetic examined (5/20a)
LNX BATHED IN STARLIGHT BY SHOF
23 with a bullet (5/19a)
SUPERSTAR RELEASES
Who's next?
MUSIC BIZ SPECIAL
It's Comic-Con for numbers geeks.
THE BIG CHEESE
Theories of evolution from 30,000 feet.
THE NEXT GIANT DEAL
A&R in overdrive.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: DOUBLE DOSE OF ADELE
12/3/21

Adele has scored the U.K.’s Official Charts double for a second week in a row with 30 (Columbia) and “Easy on Me.” Westlife and Gary Barlow are new entries in the albums Top 5.

30 clocked up 102k sales over the last seven days, with 81% of its total made up of physical and digital downloads.

Westlife’s Wild Dreams (East West/Rhino) marks their 14th Top 5 album at #2, while Gary Barlow’s The Dream of Christmas (Polydor) scores him a fifth Top 10 as a solo artist at #5.

Michael Bublé’s Christmas (Reprise) rises 11 spots to #6, just ahead of Rod Stewart’s The Tears of Hercules (Warner Records) at #7.

The BeatlesLet It Be (Apple Corps) soars 41 places to #22 following the release of Peter Jackson’s three-part Disney+ documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, about the making of the album. The band’s hits collection 1 is also up 20 to #37.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, “Easy on Me” scored 69k sales this week, including 8.4m streams, for its seventh consecutive week at #1.

The track could have competition in the coming weeks from a new star as Gayle’s first-ever U.K. Top 40 entry, “Abcdefu” (Atlantic), vaults 12 places to #2.

Two festive beacons return to the Top 10 this week: Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” (Sony) is up 21 to #3 and “Last Christmas” (Sony) by Wham! jumps 24 places to #4.

Elsewhere, Sam Fender’s “Seventeen Going Under” (Polydor) reaches a new peak at #8.