Ed Sheeran bounces back to number one

Ed Sheeran bounces back to number one

April 24, 2017   11:49 am


Ed Sheeran has bounced back to the number one spot on the charts with his single Shape Of You after being knocked off the top position last week.

Sheeran’s track had previously been at the top of the Official Singles Chart for 13 weeks until Harry Styles took the number one slot last week with his debut single Sign Of The Times.

But the One Direction star’s song has now been pushed down to fourth place after Sheeran saw a renewed surge in popularity over the past seven days.

With Shape Of You back in the top spot, having now logged 14 non-consecutive weeks at number one, Sheeran is once again dominating the singles chart, with the 26-year-old’s Galway Girl at number three.

US rapper Kendrick Lamar has had a successful week following the release of his fourth album Damn last Friday, with five of its tracks in the Top 40.

The album’s lead single Humble is this week’s highest climber, going from 31 to six, while others include DNA at number 18 and Loyalty, featuring Rihanna, at number 27.

However, the LP itself could not quite reach the heady heights of the number one spot on the Official Album Chart, as Sheeran’s Divide has retained its pole position for the seventh consecutive week.

After a strong first week, Damn ended 30,000 copies behind Sheeran’s Divide.
Rag’n’Bone Man’s debut album Human is at number three after 10 weeks on the chart, Drake’s More Life is at number four and Take That’s Wonderland is at number five.

Source : ITV News 

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