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HITS LIST:
HOME RUN DERBY
Going yard (7/11a)
SONG REVENUE:
SCHLEMIEL, SHABOOZEY
Th epitome of new country (7/11a)
GRAMMY PRE-CHEW:
THREE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BIG 4
On your Marks, get set, go. (7/8a)
TOWARD A FRUITFUL GRAMMY SEASON
Our editurr in chief has something on his mined. (7/10a)
SABRINA TO REACH NEW HEIGHTS WITH TOUR MERCH?
Her table's stacked. (7/10a)
THE GRAMMY SHORT LIST
Who's already a lock?
COUNTRY'S NEWEST DISRUPTOR
Three chords and some truth you may not be ready for.
AI IS ALREADY EATING YOUR LUNCH
The kids can tell the difference... for now.
INDIE DISTRIBUTION'S RISE TO GLORY
The discovery engine is revving higher.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: THE LATHUMS RULE 
3/10/23

The Lathums have their second U.K. Official Albums #1 with From Nothing to a Little Bit More (Island). Over on singles, Miley Cyrus claims an eighth week on top.

The Lathums won a tight chart battle with Slowthai, whose UGLY (Method) finishes just 700 sales behind at #2.

Mimi Webb’s debut, Amelia (RCA), lands at #4. I Can Only Be Me (Blix Street) provides the late Eva Cassidy with her highest peak in 12 years, at #9.

A reissue of De La Soul’s 1989 debut, 3 Feet High and Rising (Chrysalis), scores a new peak at #12, while the self-released An Ocean Full of Islands from folk act Tide Lines lands at #13.

Morgan Wallen makes his Top 40 debut as One Thing at a Time (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) lands at #40.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Cyrus’ “Flowers” (RCA) becomes the longest running #1 since LF System’s “Afraid to Feel” (Warner Records) last summer.

PinkPantheress’ "Boy’s a liar" (Parlophone) is just 1k sales behind at #2. Can it steal Miley’s crown next week?

The Ariana Grande remix of The Weeknd’s “Die for You” (Republic/Island) has a new peak at #3, while Libianca’s “People” (5K) rises three to #8.

Outside the Top 10, rapper Strandz reaches #12 with “Us Against The World” (Relentless), as Mimi Webb’s “Red Flags” climbs four to #13.

Cian Ducrot’s “I’ll Be Waiting” (Polydor) rebounds one to #17, while Mae Stephens’ “If We Ever Broke Up” (EMI) is up two to #18.