Charts analysis: Ariana Grande leads static Top 10

In decline but still very much in charge, Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next spends its third straight week atop the singles chart – the longest reign by a female solo artist since 2015, when Jess Glynne’s Hold My Hand did likewise – with sales down 32.50% week-on-week at 64,452, including 59,707 sales-equivalent streams.

There’s not much happening in the Top 10, with the only new peak coming from Jess Glynne’s Thursday rising 7-4 (33,762 sales), to become her ninth top ...

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