Calvin Harris & Sam Smith’s Promises lengthens its lead at the top of the singles chart, where its second week of supremacy see its consumption rise 1.85% to a best yet 62,958 units, including 47,251 from sales-equivalent streams.
It therefore increases its lead over runners-up Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid’s Eastside from 7.55% to 15.25%, as the latter disc slips 4.96% week-on-week to 54,628 sales, ending a run of eight weeks of rising consumption.
Only 14 weeks after he released ...
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