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NEAR TRUTHS: THE BEAST FROM THE EAST
The Republic empire grows. (2/29a)
KYNCL'S BULLISH ON SUPERFANS
There's gonna be an app for that. (2/28a)
NIMENE TO LEAD UMG EAST'S URBAN PROMO TEAMS?
A change at the top? (3/1a)
TOP DAWG:
THE HITS INTERVIEW
A talk with Top Dog's "Top Dawg." (3/1a)
SONG REVENUE:
BABY BUNNIES
Picks of the litter (3/1a)
OUR TOP 10 LIST FOR 2024
Just kidding. But we'll get there.
STRUM AND DRANG
How guitar music got big again.
GRAMMY GRAMMY GRAMMY
Start digging out your formal wear and let's do this.
THE NEXT BIG MONEY PLAY
it's not what you think.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: JAMIE T SCORES FIRST #1
7/29/22

Jamie T claims his first U.K. #1 album with The Theory of Everything (Polydor). Having taken a six-year break between releases, it’s his fifth consecutive Top 5 LP.

Jack White’s second full-length release of the year, Entering Heaven Alive (Third Man), enters at #4, making it White’s fifth Top 5 studio album. It’s #2 on the Official Vinyl Albums chart, right behind The Theory of Everything. The Kooks10 Tracks to Echo in the Dark (Lonely Cat/AWAL) is #3 in vinyl, #32 overall.

Bananarama score their highest Official Albums Chart position in 34 years as their 12th studio LP, Masquerade (In Synk), hits #22.

Returning to Top 20 are The Weeknd’s hits collection The Highlights (Republic) at #5, the 2002 Elvis Presley compilation ELV1S–30 Number 1 Hits (RCA) at #13 and Sam Fender’s Seventeen Going Under (Polydor) at #19.

At singles, LF System’s “Afraid To Feel” (Warner) registers its fourth week at #1 on 49k chart sales, which includes 5.4m streams. It’s also the most downloaded song of the week.

This week’s highest new entry comes from Central Cee, whose ADA-distributed “Doja” debuts at #2, the Shepherd’s Bush rapper’s highest-charting single ever.

Hitting new peaks are OneRepublic’s Top Gun: Maverick track “I Ain’t Worried” (Polydor) at #12; Sigala and Talia Mar’s Love Island anthem “Stay The Night” (Ministry of Sound) at #14; and Steve Lacy’s “Bad Habit” (L-M/RCA) at #18.