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HITS LIST, YUP
IMAX version available (8/12a)
SURPRISE MEGAN DROP—"LET'S RUN THIS LAST ONE UP"
That's that, all of a sudden. (8/12a)
NEW & DEVELOPING
ARTISTS: Q3 EDITION
The stars of tomorrow—and one star of the moment (8/12a)
TOP 20: THE RACE
FOR #1 IS ON
It's neck and neck at the turn. (8/10a)
WE'RE SORRY TO BOTHER YOU, BUT WE JUST HAD TO TELL YOU
Oh, no, not again. (8/12a)
RISE OF THE INDIES
How they're reshuffling the biz deck.
THE LATIN-MUSIC MARKETPLACE
Thoughts on a changing landscape.
KETCHUP
It's everywhere.
THE NEXT HUGE CATALOG STORY
Another stunning return.
Blighty Beat
U.K. MIDWEEKS: REX’S BIG DEBUT
3/14/22

Rex Orange County is on course to claim his first U.K. Official Albums #1 with Who Cares? (Columbia) while Dave looks set to score a second week at the top of the singleschart.

Who Cares? is County’s fourth album and could beat the #5 peak that his previous release, Pony, achieved in 2019. The set leads an all-new Top 5 on today’s midweek chart. 

IMPERA (Loma Vista), from Swedish heavy metal group Ghost, sits at #2, followed by Bryan AdamsSo Happy it Hurts (BMG) at #3. 

Franz Ferdinand’s greatest hits collection, Hits to the Head (Domino), starts at #4, followed by The Shires 10 Year Plan (BMG) at #5.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, Liverpool group The Mysterines sit at #6 with Reeling (Universal), while Ella Henderson’s Everything I Didn’t Say (Asylum) is set for a #7 debut.

British/Australian singer Thomas Headon’s Victoria EP (Such a Good Company) is on course for a #9 entry, followed by Lil Durk’s 7220 (Alamo) at #10.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweeks, Dave remains at #1 with last week’s chart-topper, “Starlight” (NBR).

Aitch looks set to claim this week’s highest new entry with “Baby” (Capitol) at #2, which samples Ashanti’s ‘00s hit, “Rock Wit U.”

Jax Jones and MNEK’s “Where Did You Go” (Polydor) is on the rise again, jumping three places to #7. A1 x J1 could claim their third U.K. Top 10 with “Night Away (Dance)” f/Tion Wayne (EMI) up one to #10, while Cat Burns’ “Go” (RCA) rises eight to #11.