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U.K. MIDWEEKS: YUNGBLUD ON TOP
9/5/22

YUNGBLUD is on course to claim his second #1 on the U.K.'s Official Albums Chart. Over on singles, Eliza Rose is tracking for a second week on top.

YUNGBLUD's self-titled third album on Interscope is one of five new releases in today's midweek Top 10. Megadeth follow at #2 with The Sick, The Dying... And The Dead! (UMC), while Keane frontman Tom Chaplin debuts at #4 with his third solo effort, Midpoint (BMG).

Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett starts at #5 with Genesis Revisited Live—Seconds Out & More (Century Media), while Madonna's Finally Enough Love—50 Number Ones (Rhino) jumps 10 places to #8 following the release of its 3-CD format.

Tom Jones' Surrounded By Time (Universal) is #9.

On the U.K's Official Singles midweek chart, “B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)” (Warner Records/X One House) by Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal looks set for a second week at #1.

David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” (Parlophone) could rise to a new peak at #2, up five places at midweek.

“I Ain’t Worried” (Interscope) by OneRepublic is up one place to #3, while “Not Over Yet” (Atlantic) by KSI f/Tom Grennan has risen two places to #4.

Two more tracks are on the rise: “Ferrari” (Universal) by James Hype and Miggy Dela Rosa, up two to #6, and “Super Freaky Girl” (Republic) by Nicki Minaj, which bounces back into the Top 10 to a new peak at #7.

The 1975 could claim this week’s highest new entry with “I’m In Love With You” (Dirty Hit) starting at #23.