Adele doesn’t let her British rivals defeat her.
British pop superstar kicks off fifth consecutive week at No.1 on official UK singles rankings with ‘Easy On Me’ (Columbia), which totals 67,000 chart sales and 7.6 million streams, OCC reports .
‘Easy On Me’ is tied with ‘Someone Like You’ for Adele’s longest-serving number 1 in the UK
With Adele’s fourth studio album 30 falling last Friday (November 19), don’t expect the Londoner to disappear from the charts anytime soon.
The highest new entry on the last frame belongs to Taylor Swift, whose 10-minute cut of “All Too Well” (EMI) lands at No.3, just behind No.2’s “Shivers” (Asylum). Ed Sheeran.
“All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”, taken from Swift’s current UK No.1 album, Red (Taylor version), is she 18 years olde Top 10 Singles.
Two more re-recorded Swift tracks Red LP is in the UK Top 40 this week as ‘State of Grace’ and the album’s title track ranks No. 18 and 22 respectively.
Meanwhile, Sam Fender’s “Seventeen Going Under” (Polydor) climbs 22-9, for the Brit Awards Critics Choice-winning singer and songwriter’s first appearance in the Top 10. A spot behind is “Coming For You “from SwitchOTR (Robots & Humans) ft. A1 x J1, up 14-10, for the British rapper’s first appearance in the Top Tier.