After five weeks at No.2, George Ezra’s Shotgun blasts its way back to the top of the chart.
The 18th of 225 new No.1 hits in the 2010s to return to the summit, Shotgun spends its third week overall at the apex on sales of 68,287 copies, including 55,816 from sales-equivalent streams.
Its return to No.1 – which ends the four-week reign of Drake’s In My Feelings (1-2, 63,890 sales) – is richly-deserved, as it racked up more paid-for sales ...
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