Charts analysis: Lewis Capaldi chases Tones And I at singles summit

Tones And I’s terpsichorean simian, Dance Monkey, is king of the jungle again, spending its ninth straight week atop the singles chart on consumption of 80,230 copies (including 72,393 from sales equivalent streams). It is the seventh week in a row that its consumption has exceeded 80,000 units, but the lowest tally it has returned in that run. Tones And I’s reign is the longest by a chart act on debut since 1957, when Paul Anka’s Diana also spent nine ...

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