Coasting to a fourth straight week at No.1, Ava Max’s introductory smash Sweet But Psycho returns to growth, with consumption up 3.50% week-on-week to 70,721 units, including 59,174 from sales-equivalent streams. Sweet But Psycho is the first debut hit by a female soloist to spend this long at No.1 since 2014, when Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass enjoyed similar success.
There are new peaks and rising consumption for Ava Max’s two nearest challengers, Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (3-2, ...
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