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Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Please’ Tops U.K. Chart, Chappell Roan Hits Top 10

Sabrina Carpenter’s hit single “Please Please Please” continues to reign supreme on the Official UK Singles Chart for the second week in a row. Garnering an impressive 8.6 million streams, it remains the most-streamed song in the country.

The track, produced by Jack Antonoff, is the second single from Carpenter’s sixth studio album, “Short ‘n’ Sweet”, which debuted on June 6. This follows her previous UK No. 1 hit, “Espresso.”

Following her record-breaking rise last week, Carpenter has achieved a new milestone. She is now the youngest female artist to hold the No. 1 and No. 2 positions for two consecutive weeks, with “Espresso” steadfastly at No. 2, surpassing Ariana Grande’s previous record.

Indie-pop sensation Chappell Roan makes a notable entrance into the UK top 10 with “Good Luck, Babe!” landing at No. 7. Roan, who is gaining rapid popularity, also sees two more singles from her debut album “The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess” breaking into the Top 40: “HOT TO GO!” at No. 33 and “Red Wine Supernova” at No. 40.

U.S. viral sensation Tommy Richman secures his second UK top 40 entry with “DEVIL IS A LIE,” debuting at No. 21. Coldplay’s latest single, “feelslikeimfallinginlove,” produced by Max Martin, is this week’s highest new entry at No. 25. This marks Coldplay’s 28th UK top 40 hit. Chris Martin and his band made history at Glastonbury Festival by becoming the first band to headline the event for the fifth time, surpassing The Cure’s previous record of four.

Meanwhile, Charli XCX is climbing the charts with “girl, so confusing,” entering at No. 28, buoyed by a viral remix featuring Lorde. This achievement gives Charli her 17th UK top 40 hit and Lorde her fifth. Jordan Adetunji’s “KEHLANI” becomes the Belfast alt-hip-hop star’s first-ever Top 40 entry, landing at No. 29.

Post Malone and Blake Shelton’s collaboration “Pour Me A Drink” debuts at No. 34. This marks Posty’s 23rd UK top 40 single and Shelton’s debut on the UK charts.

Gracie Abrams, fresh off her first UK No. 1 album, adds another milestone to her career. Her duet with Taylor Swift, “us..,” enters the chart at No. 37.

Finally, Ariana Grande’s “the boy is mine” makes a significant leap, climbing 25 places to enter the top 40 at No. 39. This follows the release of a remix featuring Brandy and Monica, marking Grande’s 35th UK top 40 single.

Source: Various