Miley Cyrus’ road to a third week at Number 1 looks assured - Flowers is currently out-selling its nearest competition, RAYE’s Escapism., more than 2:1. It would extend its lead as Miley’s longest-running UK chart-topper.
Last week, Flowers secured a second week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart, improving its lead week-on-week. Her previous chart-toppers We Can’t Stop and Wrecking Ball, both released in 2013, peaked at the summit for one week apiece.
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This week’s highest new entry could belong to KSI and Oliver Tree, who are aiming to debut at Number 6 with their collab Voices, making KSI’s ninth and Tree’s second Top 10 hit.
Following its entry in the Top 10 for the first time on Friday nearly 13 years after its original release, Miguel’s 2010 single Sure Thing is looking to rise up to a new peak of Number 8.
Tiësto and Tate McRae’s slow-burning dance-hit 10:35 is predicted to shift up one (13) as is Cian Ducrot’s I’ll Be Waiting (17) and Mimi Webb’s sassy Red Flags (20).
Official Chart First Look Top 20 - January 29 2023
|2||2||ESCAPISM||RAYE FT 070 SHAKE|
|5||5||MESSY IN HEAVEN||VENBEE & GODDARD|
|NEW||6||VOICES||KSI FT OLIVER TREE|
|11||9||MISS YOU||OLIVER TREE & ROBIN SCHULZ|
|7||10||LET GO||CENTRAL CEE|
|8||11||CREEPIN'||METRO BOOMIN/WEEKND/21 SAVAGE|
|14||13||10:35||TIESTO & TATE MCRAE|
|9||14||MARTIN'S SOFA||HEADIE ONE|
|15||15||ANOTHER LOVE||TOM ODELL|
|17||16||PSYCHO||ANNE-MARIE & AITCH|
|16||17||OUT OF NOWHERE||BUGZY MALONE & TEEDEE|
|19||18||I'LL BE WAITING||CIAN DUCROT|
|23||19||LIONHEART (FEARLESS)||JOEL CORRY & TOM GRENNAN|
|21||20||RED FLAGS||MIMI WEBB|
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