Charts analysis: Sheeran and Bieber pass 500,000 sales

No.1 for the sixth week in a row, Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber’s I Don’t Care was helped by the release of a Loud Luxury remix, slowing its decline in consumption to 3.70% week-on-week at 65,420 units, including 57,689 from sales-equivalent streams. With total consumption of 517,156 units in 42 days, it is the 29th track by Sheeran to top the 500,000 mark, and the 12th by Bieber.

It brings to 30 the number of weeks that Sheeran has spent at No.1 ...

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