Stormzy Rushes U.Okay. Prime 10 With ‘Conceal & Search’ – Billboard


Stormzy secures a twenty sixth high 10 as “Conceal & Search” (by way of Def Jam) storms the U.Okay. singles chart, whereas Sam Smith and Kim Petras full a full month atop the survey with their “Unholy” collaboration.


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“Conceal & Search,” lifted from Stormzy’s upcoming third album This Is What I Imply, is new at No. 7, giving the homegrown hip-hop star the week’s high debut. This Is What I Imply is due out Nov. 25.

In the meantime, Anne-Marie and Aitch’s “Psycho” (Atlantic) collab is on the climb. After chasing a high 5 spot on the midweek survey, some 5 weeks after its launch, “Psycho” finishes the chart week up 9-6.

At least seven singles make a splash within the U.Okay. high 40 for the primary time, together with British rapper Central Cee, whose “One Up” (Central Cee) arrives at No. 17. “One Up” turns into the Londoner’s 14th U.Okay. high 40 hit.

The 1975 has the best-selling album within the U.Okay. this week with Being Humorous In A International Language (Soiled Hit). The British pop-rock outfit additionally carry up their eleventh and twelfth high 40 appearances, with album tracks “Oh Caroline,” new at No. 29 on the Official U.Okay. Singles Chart, and “I’m In Love With You,” at No. 34.

Lil Child additionally snags two high 40 debuts on the Official Chart, revealed Friday (Oct. 21), with “California Breeze” (No. 26) and “Actual Spill” (No. 36). Each are lifted from the U.S. rapper’s new album It’s Solely Me (by way of Motown/High quality Management), which bows this week at No. 3, a brand new profession excessive.

Labelmate Lil Yachty floats into the highest tier with “Poland,” new at No. 30, for the U.S. rapper’s third high 40 look.

Blink 182 makes an instantaneous influence with “Edging” (Columbia), the U.S. pop-punk trio’s first recording with Tom DeLonge in a decade. The observe, lifted from the reunited band’s forthcoming studio album, debuts at No. 31, for Blink’s eleventh high 40 hit.

On the pinnacle of the U.Okay. chart is Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ “Unholy” (EMI), which locks-in four-straight weeks at No. 1. The most recent crown comes as Smith unveils the tracklist and launch date for his or her fourth studio album, Gloria, due out Jan. 27, 2023.

Lastly, two variations of the EDM tune “Miss You” are flying on the chart. Oliver Tree’s reduce with Robin Schulz (by way of Atlantic) blasts 28-9, whereas German EDM producer Southstar’s “Miss You” (B1/Ministry Of Sound) rises 62-23. Each settle into peak positions.

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