Charts analysis: Tones And I's Dance Monkey stays at No.1 despite DJ Regard's chart 'Ride'

Two historic runs come to an end this week, with Tones And I’s Dance Monkey suffering a downturn in sales after 13 gains in a row, and Dermot Kennedy’s Outnumbered ending a record run of 16 weeks in which it had improved its chart position.

On its fourth week at No.1, consumption of Dance Monkey – the introductory hit for 19 year-old Toni Watson, from Melbourne – falls by 3.99% to 81,198 units (including 71,624 from sales-equivalent streams). However, its ...

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