Charts analysis: Ariana Grande spends fourth week at singles summit

Thank U, Next spends a fourth consecutive week at No.1 for Ariana Grande, although its sales are down a further 14.04% to 55,405 (including 51,332 from sales-equivalent streams). The last single by a female solo artist to debut at No.1 and take longer to be dethroned was Duffy’s Mercy, which spent five weeks at No.1 in 2008.

Media exposure of Sweet Buy Psycho is increasing slowly for Ava Max, with the track moving 65-45 on radio airplay and 59-49 on ...

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