Columbia Records president Ferdy Unger-Hamilton has told Music Week that Mark Ronson’s comeback single is set to be “one of the biggest songs of next year”.
Nothing Breaks Like A Heart feat. Miley Cyrus debuted at No.10 on sales of 26,869, according to the Official Charts Company. It is the lead single from Ronson’s forthcoming new album, the follow-up to 2015’s Uptown Special.
Unger-Hamilton predicted that the as-yet-untitled album would be “bigger” than Uptown Special, which has so far moved ...
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