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U.K. CHARTS: STORMZY SCORES 
12/2/22

Stormzy has claimed his third Official U.K. Albums #1 with This Is What I Mean (0207 Def Jam). Over on singles, Taylor Swift makes it six weeks at the top.

This Is What I Mean emerged victorious in a tight battle with Cliff Richard’s Christmas With Cliff (East West/Rhino), which charts at #2 today.

A Family Christmas (Decca) by Andrea, Matteo and Virginia Bocelli jumps seven to a new peak at #4, while a reissue of The Cure’s landmark ninth album, Wish (Polydor/UMR), returns at #9.

Michael Bublé’s Christmas (Reprise) lifts back into the Top 20 at #13, as a Christmas edition of George Ezra’s Gold Rush Kid (Columbia) sees it climb 14 to #18.

Following the death of Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac have two records in the Top 40 this week. Hits collection 50 Years–Don’t Stop (Warner Records) is a non-mover at #23, while the group’s 1977 #1, Rumours, lifts 18 spots to #24.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Swift’s “Anti-Hero” (EMI) tallies 4.9m streams to remain at #1.

Meghan Trainor’s “Made You Look” (RCA) claims a new peak at #2, while Venbee, goddard. and ArrDee’s “Messy in Heaven” (Columbia) is up two to #3.

Anne-Marie and Aitch’s “PSYCHO” (Asylum/Major Toms) jumps into the Top 5 for the first time, at #5.

RAYE f/070 Shake’s “Escapism” (Human Re Sources) rises 26 places to #6; it’s her first Top 10 as a lead artist.

Two holiday classics enter the Top 10: Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (Columbia) is #8 and Wham!’s “Last Christmas” (Epic) is #9.