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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)
WILLIE MAYS,
1931-2024
Say hey! (6/19a)
FAMILY VALUES
From the Dungeon to the penthouse (6/19a)
WELCOME TO ATLANTA
Juneteenth in the ATL (6/18a)
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. MIDWEEKS: PARAMORE ON TOP
2/13/23

Paramore is on course for their first U.K. Official Albums #1 in a decade with This Is Why (Atlantic). Over on singles, Miley Cyrus remains on top.

Paramore is surging ahead at the midweek stage, selling out its closest competition, Truth Decay’s You Me At Six (Underdog), by more than 2:1.

The rock takeover of this week’s albums chart continues with The Rolling Stones’ live collection, GRRR! Live (Promotone/Mercury), aiming for a #6 debut.

Following Saturday’s BRIT Awards, the ceremony’s two big winners surge back up the chart. Harry StylesHarry’s House (Columbia) rises three to #3, while Wet Leg’s self-titled debut on Domino could re-enter the Top 40 at #33.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweeks, Cyrus’ “Flowers” (RCA) looks set for a fifth consecutive week at #1.

“Boy’s a Liar” (Parlophone) by PinkPantheress is on the rise again, jumping to a new peak at #4. Coi Leray’s “Players” (Uptown) is up one to #11.

This week’s highest new singles entry could be Linkin Park’s “Lost” (Warner Records) starting at #14.