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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. MIDWEEKS: U2 HEAD FOR #1
3/20/23

U2 are outselling the rest of the Top 5 combined on today’s U.K. Official Chart midweek update , while Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding are challenging Miley Cyrus for the top spot at singles.

Songs of Surrender (Island) should become U2’s 11th #1 album in the U.K. on Friday.

Indie rock act Black Honey are heading toward a career peak with A Fistful of Peaches (Foxfive) starting at #3. All Time Low are also new, with Tell Me I’m Alive (Fueled By Ramen), at #6.

Sundowners (Golden Robot) by the Irish band The Answer starts at #12; Inspiral CarpetsThe Complete Singles (Mute Records) is heading for #16.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweek update, “Miracle” (Columbia) by Harris and Goulding has moved up to #2. Unless it moves further ahead over the coming days, Cyrus’ “Flowers” (RCA) will remain at #1 for a 10th consecutive week.

Taylor Swift is heading for this week’s highest new entry with “All The Girls You Loved Before” (EMI) at #5.

Rema’s “Calm Down” (Mavin) could reach its highest peak yet at #4, as Libianca’s “People” (5K) rises to #6 following the arrival of a new remix with Cian Ducrot. BTS member Jimin could have his first solo Top 20 with “Set Me Free Pt. 2” (Big Hit) at #14.

Lewis Capaldi’s “How I’m Feeling Now” (UMG) is set to land at #19, while Hozier’s comeback track, “Eat Your Young” (Rubyworks/UMG), could become his Top 40 single in eight years at #21.