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Sabrina Carpenter Claims Number 1 on the UK Charts for a Fourth Week With “Espresso”

by Jonathan Currinn
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Sabrina Carpenter has achieved an impressive milestone, holding onto the number one spot on the UK Official Singles Chart for a fourth consecutive week with her hit single “Espresso.” This feat solidifies her status as a major player in the music industry, captivating the British audience with her catchy coffee-inspired tune.

“Espresso” has dominated the charts since its release and its popularity shows no signs of waning as we head into summer. The track has amassed 8.3 million streams this week alone, making it the most-streamed song in the UK. With these numbers, “Espresso” is already being hailed as a strong contender for the song of the summer for 2024.

Meanwhile, Billie Eilish has made a significant impact with her latest album, “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT”, contributing three tracks to the UK Top 10. Her single “LUNCH” enters the chart at number two, while “CHIHIRO” and “BIRDS OF A FEATHER” debut at numbers seven and nine, respectively. These entries increase Billie Eilish’s total count of UK Top 10 singles to 12.

Shaboozey’s breakout hit “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” has also seen a resurgence, climbing back to its peak position of number three. This track continues to be a favourite among listeners, maintaining its spot near the top of the charts. As we head into summer, could it go on to claim the top spot?

Elsewhere, Chappell Roan’s “Good Luck, Babe!” has climbed two places to number 18, matching its previous peak. Gunna’s “One of Wun” has made a notable leap, ascending 13 places to land at Number 32, marking his seventh UK Top 40 entry. Additionally, Tems secures a spot in the Top 40 with “Love Me JeJe”, entering at Number 36, marking her fourth appearance within the UK Top 40. Notably, the track has claimed the coveted number-one position on the UK’s Official Afrobeats Chart.

In an interesting turn of events, Disturbed’s 2015 cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s classic “The Sound of Silence” has re-entered the UK Top 40, landing at Number 39. This resurgence is attributed to a viral dance remix by Cyril, bringing the song back into the limelight after eight years. Disturbed’s version originally peaked at Number 29 in 2016, while the original Simon & Garfunkel track never charted in the UK.

Sabrina Carpenter’s continued success with “Espresso” underscores her growing influence in the music scene, an influence she has been grafting to achieve for years and it’s great to see all her hard work has finally paid off. As we look forward to the summer, it will be exciting to see how long she can maintain her reign at the top of the charts and whether “Espresso” will indeed become the UK anthem of the summer. You can keep up to date with the UK charts on the Official Charts Company’s website.

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