Home MusicCharticles Benson Boone’s Reign Continues: “Beautiful Things” Holds UK Chart Summit for Second Week

Benson Boone’s Reign Continues: “Beautiful Things” Holds UK Chart Summit for Second Week

by Jonathan Currinn
6 minutes read Send a Virtual Coffee ☕

Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” continues to reign supreme on the UK Official Singles Chart for the second consecutive week, maintaining its stronghold at the coveted Number 1 position. The 21-year-old American sensation’s track has not only clinched the top spot but has also emerged as the most-streamed song in the country, accumulating an impressive total of 5.4 million streams over the past seven days.

Reflecting on his remarkable achievement, Benson Boone expressed his gratitude in an exclusive statement to Official Charts Company, stating, last week when he claimed the top spot, “This is my first-ever trophy and my first Number 1 here in the UK! I want to thank you guys so much for the support you’ve shown this song. There’s so much more to come, I can’t wait for the album. Thank you guys endlessly. See you on tour soon!”

As for the rest of the chart, Teddy Swims ascends to Number 2 with his track “Lose Control”, reclaiming his previous peak position. Meanwhile, Future and Metro Boomin make a notable debut at Number 6 with their collaboration “Like That”, marking Future’s third and Metro Boomin’s second Top 10 single in the UK. Additionally, tracks from “WE DON’T TRUST YOU”, including “Type S**t” and “Cinderella”, featuring Travis Scott, manage to chart at Number 18 and Number 20, respectively.

Irish singer-songwriter Hozier celebrates a significant milestone as his single “Too Sweet” secures a spot in the Top 10, marking his first Top 10 entry in a decade, charting at Number 8. Then there’s Michael Marcagi with “Scared to Start”, who manages to climb up one spot to a new peak of Number 9.

Olivia Rodrigo continues her streak of success with her latest single, “Obsessed”, contributing to her impressive tally of eight Top 10 singles overall, as it debuts at Number 10. Furthermore, Artemas, the British-Cypriot producer and artist, makes a promising debut on the UK Top 40 with “i like the way you kiss me”, which charts at Number 13—we expect this is the first of many UK Top 40 hits for him, keep your eyes and ears on Artemas, this year.

Other noteworthy movements on the chart include NewEra’s “Birds in the Sky”, Charli XCX’s “Von dutch”, Rudimental & Skepsis’s “Green & Gold” featuring Charlotte Plank and Riko Dan, and The Blessed Madonna’s “Happier” featuring Clementine Douglas, all making significant gains in their respective positions. NewEra climbs 11 places to Number 23, Charli XCX climbs 19 places which sees her jump back into the Top 40 at Number 27, Rudimental & Skepsis jump 13 places to claim Number 30, and The Blessed Madonna marks her first UK Top 40 by rising 14 places to Number 40.

With “Beautiful Things” reigning supreme for another week, Benson Boone solidifies his position as a rising star in the global music industry, captivating audiences with his infectious sound and undeniable talent. As fans eagerly anticipate his forthcoming album and future endeavours, Boone’s success on the UK Official Singles Chart serves as a testament to his growing influence and widespread appeal in the realm of contemporary music.

Follow Benson Boone on social media here:

Share this article and tag us @GoodStarVibes to let us know all your thoughts on Benson Boone claiming a second week at the top of the UK Official Singles Charts with “Beautiful Things”.

Virtual Coffee

Buy the Good Star Vibes team a virtual coffee.

You may also like

Adblock Detected

Please support us by disabling your AdBlocker extension from your browsers for our website.