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Sabrina Carpenter Keeps the Buzz Going: “Espresso” Reigns Supreme for Second Week at Number 1 on UK Charts

by Jonathan Currinn
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Photo Credit: Sabrina Carpenter's Instagram

Sabrina Carpenter continues to hold strong at the top of the UK Official Singles Chart with her infectious hit “Espresso”, marking its second consecutive week at Number 1. While Brits are famously known for their tea-drinking habits, the music scene is brewing a different kind of excitement with Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso”. This catchy tune is defying expectations, captivating listeners across the UK with its energising coffee-inspired vibes, proving that sometimes a good cup of music is all we need to start the day!

“Espresso” maintained its reign with a total of 76,500 chart units, according to the Official Charts Company, and secured its position as the most-streamed song of the week, amassing an impressive 8.6 million streams.

Meanwhile, making waves in the Top 3 is rising talent Shaboozey is making waves with his distinct fusion of country, hip-hop, and Americana. The climb of his track ‘A Bar Song (Tipsy)’ by three spots to Number 3 indicates its potential to become a summer anthem and possibly challenge for the top spot.

In a remarkable ascent, US rapper and singer Tommy Richman soared 24 places to Number 7 with “MILLION DOLLAR BABY”, marking his debut in the Top 10 and solidifying his presence as a viral star.

Sabrina Carpenter posing with the golden UK Number 1 chart award trophy for "Espresso" while wearing a black top and some light blue jeans, against a white wall with her eyes closed and her blonde hair falling down her back.
Photo Credit: Sabrina Carpenter’s Instagram

Elsewhere in the charts, Kendrick Lamar secured his eighth Top 10 UK single with “Not Like Us” at Number 10 amid ongoing headlines about his publicised feud with Drake. Lamar’s tracks “Euphoria” and “Meet The Grahams”, both aimed at Drake, also made significant appearances in the Top 40 hitting Number 11 and Number 28, respectively.

On the flip side of the rivalry, one of Drake’s response tracks, titled “Family Matters”, has made its debut on the charts at Number 17, injecting another intriguing layer into the unfolding musical rivalry.

Additionally, Benson Boone’s “Slow It Down” made a notable return to its previous peak at Number 23. We expect to see this start to rise as the weeks go by considering it was released as the follow-up to his chart-topping successful hit, “Beautiful Things”.

Meanwhile, Dua Lipa continues to dominate with her latest album—which grabbed this week’s Number 1 on the UK Official Albums Chart. “These Walls”, from the said album, makes its debut at Number 40, marking her 27th entry into the UK Top 40—a testament to her enduring popularity and influence in the music industry.

As the charts reflect a dynamic blend of emerging talents and established artists, Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso” remains the undisputed anthem of the moment, keeping listeners energised and engaged across the UK music scene with cups of coffee and cups of music—we just love coffee, even virtual coffees (if you’re feeling generous you could gift the Good Star Vibes team a virtual coffee by clicking the button below).

Will Sabrina Carpenter keep spreading her caffeine-induced “Espresso” around the UK, or will Shaboozey or Hozier—who is at Number 2 with “Too Sweet”—knock her off her throne? Or will the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 songs come flying in after that epic showdown contest last Saturday? We can’t stop streaming Nemo’s “The Code“, Baby Lasagna’s “Rim Tim Tagi Dim”, and Loreen’s “Forever”.

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