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HITS LIST: HORSEPOWER
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U.K. CHARTS: SHANIA WINS THE RACE
2/10/23

Shania Twain has her third U.K. Official Albums #1 with Queen of Me (EMI). Over on singles, Miley Cyrus secures a fourth week at the top.

Queen of Me follows Twain’s 2017’s Now and ’98 set, Come on Over, in hitting the top of the U.K. chart.

RAYE’s My 21st Century Blues (Human Re Sources) finished at a close second place, with less than 2.5k sales between the two. Elsewhere, Young Fathers claim a career-best with Heavy Heavy (Ninja Tune), at #7.

Ahead of Saturday night’s BRITs, Harry Styles’ Album of the Year nominee, Harry’s House (Columbia), is up two to #6. And following the announcement of her 2023 world tour, Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE (Columbia) rises 60 places today to #12.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Cyrus’ “Flowers” (RCA) scores a fourth week at #1. The track is again the most-streamed single in the country, with more than 9.3m U.K. streams this week.

Following an explosion of re-discovery on TikTok, Miguel’s “Sure Thing” (Epic) breaks the Top 5 for the first time, rising two to #4. “Boy's a liar” (Warner Records) is the first Top 10 U.K. single for PinkPantheress, charting at #8. The song rose 37 places thanks in large part to a viral remix featuring rapper Ice Spice.

Tiësto and Tate McRae’s “10:35” (Atlantic) rises three places to #10, while Coi Leray’s “Players” (Uptown) jumps seven to #12.