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U.K. CHARTS: SIX WEEKS FOR HARRY
7/22/22

With six non-consecutive weeks at #1, Harry StylesHarry’s House (Columbia) has spent more weeks atop the Official Albums Chart than all of One Direction’s albums combined. Four of 1D’s full-lengths hit the top spot for the grand total of five weeks.

Styles slides ahead of the midweek leader, Mabel’s About Last Night… (Polydor), which takes the #2 slot. Another rookie, the second album from beebadoobee, Beatopia (Dirty Hit), comes in at #4 and tops the vinyl sales chart. At #6, Lizzo scores her career chart peak with Special (Atlantic).

West Yorkshire synth-pop act Working Men’s Club score their first-ever Top 20 with Fear Fear (Heavenly/[PIAS]) landing at #11. Interpol’s The Other Side of Make-Believe (Matador) parks at #14.

At singles, LF System’s “Afraid To Feel” (Warner) secured a third consecutive week at #1. The single was again the most-streamed track with more than 6.7m streams; it was also the most purchased digital download.

Burna Boy scores his first solo Top 5 record in the U.K. as “Last Last” (Atlantic) hits #4. Ella Henderson’s two singles reached new peaks: “Crazy What Love Can Do” (Parlophone) with David Guetta and Becky Hill climbs to #6, and “21 Reasons” (Warner) with Nathan Dawe is up to #9.

The week’s highest new entry is “Stay With Me” (Sony) by Calvin Harris with Justin Timberlake, Halsey and Pharrell Williams at #29.