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Lewis Capaldi tops the UK Singles Chart with “Pointless”

After six weeks, Lewis Capaldi finally managed to put his latest single at the top of the UK Singles Chart. Pointless, which he co-wrote with Ed Sheeran, climbed 14 places to number one, on his Top 40 debut: “Rumble (With Fred Again…, Flowdan & Elley Duhé)”, by Skrillex Ranked 19.

Three more singles climbed its positions and reached the top forty for the first time. Most impressive was Miguel’s “Sure Thing”, which shot from 83rd to 14th place. “The Color Violet” by Tory Lanez went from #41 to #36 and “Shut Up My Moms Calling” by Hotel Ugly went from #47 to #38.

The top ten looks like this:

1- “Aimless” – Lewis Capaldi (14 places)
2 – “Escape (feat. 070 Shake)” – Ray (down one point)
3 – “Kill Bill” – SZA (One Center Up)
4 – “Anti-Hero” – Taylor Swift (down 2 places)
5 – “Mess in Heaven (With Goddard)” – Venbee (Two Places Down)
6 – “Let Go” – Central Cee (Same Situation)
7 – “Make You Look” – Meghan Trainor (falls two places)
8 – “calm down” – row (same position)
9 – “I Miss You (feat. Robin Schulz)” – Oliver Tree (bottom 2 points)
10 – “Out Of Nowhere (With TeeDee)” – Bugzy Malone (One Spot Down)

Album arrangement

Taylor Swift

The album chart continued in much the same fashion as last week, with Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” completing its fifth non-consecutive week at the top. The albums that ranked second through fifth remained exactly the same.

The week featured only two appearances: Gabriel Ablin’s “Phosphorescent” at number fifteen and Iggy Pop’s “Every Loser” at thirty-third.

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Here are the top ten:

1-“midnight– Taylor Swift (same situation)
two – “SOS– SZA (Same Attitude)
3-“highlighted– The Weeknd (same position)
4-“=Ed Sheeran (same post)
5-“Harry’s houseHarry Styles (same situation)
6-“Approbation– Eminem (Go up 2 points)
7-“Diamond– Elton John (fell one spot)
8-“Morning– Arctic Monkeys (up 1 place)
9-“50 years – do not stop– Fleetwood Mac (three ranks)
10-“Divinely uninspired to an infernal extent! Lewis Capaldi (six places)