Charts analysis: Dua Lipa and Billie Eilish can't catch Tones And I

Written about her time as a busker, Dance Monkey spends its eighth consecutive week at No.1 for Tones And I – Australian singer/songwriter Toni Watson. 

With consumption slipping 0.18% week-on-week to 82,796 units (including 73,897 from sales-equivalent streams), the track is nevertheless still way ahead of Don’t Start Now – No.2 for the third straight week for Dua Lipa (54,604 sales) – and Everything I Wanted, which opens at No.3 (47,488 sales), becoming Billie Eilish’s ninth hit and third Top ...

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