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ON THE BMM COVER:
RICO WADE
ATL legend (6/17a)
NEAR TRUTHS: THE HITS KEEP COMING (PART TWO)
Born in 1986 by mad scientists; still lurking. (6/17a)
HITS LIST GOES COUNTRY
Pairs well with grits and gravy. (6/14a)
SUMMERTIME ROLLS: FESTIVAL SEASON IS UPON US
The latest tidbits from the bustling live sector. (6/17a)
IS MCK ABOUT TO
MAKE A BIG MOVE?
This would be a great get. (6/17a)
THE GRAMMY SHORT LIST
Who's already a lock?
COUNTRY'S NEWEST DISRUPTOR
Three chords and some truth you may not be ready for.
AI IS ALREADY EATING YOUR LUNCH
The kids can tell the difference... for now.
INDIE DISTRIBUTION'S RISE TO GLORY
The discovery engine is revving higher.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: EQUALS BOUNCES BACK
2/25/22

While Disney’s Encanto still rules the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Ed Sheeran has reclaimed the Official Albums top spot as Bad Boy Chiller Crew score the week’s highest new entry.

Sheeran’s Equals (Atlantic) returns to the top thanks to the arrival of a “Bad Habits” remix featuring BRITs performers Bring Me The Horizon. The album, released 10/29, has 524k U.K. chart sales to date.

Bad Boy Chiller Crew’s mixtape, Disrespectful (Relentless) is new at #2, followed by Sea Power’s Everything Was Forever (Golden Chariot) at #4.

Metronomy’s Small World (Because Music) is #7 and Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits (Interscope) jumps two places to #6. Little Mix’s greatest hits, Between Us (RCA), rises one to #9.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Encanto’s “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” (Walt Disney) scores a sixth week at #1 with 7.8m streams across the past seven days.

“Surface Pressure,” also from the soundtrack, has moved up one place to #3 and “The Family Madrigal” holds at #8. Sheeran and Fireboy DML re-peak at #2 with “Peru” (Universal).

Mimi Webb has this week’s highest new entry at #6 with her second Top 10 hit and highest to date, “House on Fire” (Epic).

Other tracks reaching new peaks inside the Top 10 include “Where Are You Now” (Capitol) by Lost Frequencies and Calum Scott, rising one to #4, and “Make Me Feel Good” (Polydor) by Belters Only f/Jazzy, up two to #5. DJ Luude f/Men At Work’s Colin Hay’s “Down Under” (Sweat It Out) jumps one to #9.