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HITS LIST, YUP
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U.K. CHARTS: CENTRAL CEE CLAIMS #1
3/4/22

 

Central Cee has stormed ahead of Tears for Fears to claim his debut U.K. Official Albums #1 with mixtape, 23. Over on singles, Encanto has a seventh week at the top.

23, which is self-released and distributed by ADA, betters the #2 peak of Central Cee’s debut, Wild West, last year. The new set reached #1 thanks to streaming success and strong physical sales. Central Cee also claims today's highest new entry at singles with "Straight Back To It" debuting at #25.

Despite looking like it was set to take the lead midweek, Tears for Fears settles for second place today with The Tipping Point (Concord).

Avril Lavigne’s Love Sux (Parlophone) is also new at #3, followed by Johnny Marr’s Fever Dreams Pts 1-4 (BMG) at #4.

Gang of Youths enter at #10 with Angel in Realtime (Warner Music U.K.), the band's first album to chart in the U.K.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Encanto’s “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” (Walt Disney) remains at #1 for a seventh consecutive week.

Elsewhere in the Top 5, “Where Are You Now” (Insanity) by Lost Frequencies f/Calum Scott jumps one place to #3, while “Make Me Feel Good” (Polydor) by Belters Only rises one to #4.

“Down Under” (Warner Music U.K.) from DJ Luude and Men at Work singer Colin Hay is up four to #6, and Jax Jones and MNEK also reach a new high of #11 with “Where Did You Go” (Polydor).