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Produced by Synco and featuring social media star Einer Bankz on ukulele, “Rapstar” is on pace to be the Chicago rap artist’s highest charting headline single. His best is a No. 3 peak for KSI’s...

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Also new on the midweek chart is Dry Cleaning, the South London post-punk outfit whose debut LP New Long Leg (4AD) opens at No. 3. The late, great David Bowie could nab a 35th Top 10 as The Kit Kat Klub...

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Nathan Evans’ sea shanty “Wellerman” is sailing towards a third U.K. chart crown. After the first 48 hours of the chart cycle, “Wellerman” boasts a lead of almost 2,000 chart sales on its nearest...

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All3Media is believed to be in late-stage discussions to buy “The Cry” producer NENT Studios U.K., the production and distribution outfit formerly known as DRG. Sources tell Variety that the Liberty...

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Previously, Del Rey topped the Official U.K. Albums Chart with Born To Die (2012); Ultraviolence; Lust For Life (2017); and Norman F**king Rockwell (2019). Coming in at a distance second on the...

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Nathan Evans’ sea shanty “Wellerman” is enjoying smooth sailing in the early phase of the chart week. The sea shanty was the most downloaded and streamed song in the U.K. over the past weekend,...

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The U.K. is stepping up its awareness of bullying, harassment and racism in the workplace, with a renewed industry-wide drive to educate employers across the screen sectors of best practice methods. The...

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Meanwhile, A1 and J1’s “Latest Trends” lifts into second place, while KSI’s “Patience” (BMG/Interscope) featuring Yungblud and Polo G is set for the week’s highest debut. It’s at No....

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It’s the followup to the Northampton artist’s debut Nothing Great About Britain, which peaked at No. 9 in May 2019, got shortlisted for the Mercury Prize and earned him a pair of NME awards. Last...

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With her hot start, Celeste becomes the first British female artist to top the tally with their debut album in more than five years, since Jess Glynne’s I Cry When I Laugh in November 2015. Not Your...