Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s ‘Miracle’ Continues to Dominate U.K. Charts for Fifth Week.

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Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s hit song “Miracle” has once again secured the top spot on the U.K. charts, making it their fifth week at No. 1. The Official Charts Company reported that “Miracle” had the highest number of streams in the U.K. for the week, with 5.1 million plays.

This achievement is particularly significant for Ellie Goulding, as it marks her longest-running U.K. chart-topper, surpassing her previous record of four weeks with “Love Me Like You Do” in 2015. However, it falls short of Calvin Harris’ eight-week reign with his 2018 hit “One Kiss” featuring Dua Lipa.

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The second position on the chart is held by U.S. artist David Kushner’s viral track “Daylight,” released under the label Miserable Music. Ed Sheeran’s former chart-topper “Eyes Closed” climbs from the 6th spot to round out the top three.

In addition to the success on the singles chart, Ed Sheeran’s album “Subtract” has debuted at No. 1 on the national albums chart, marking his sixth consecutive album to achieve this feat. As a result, three tracks from the album have made an impact on the singles chart, with “Eyes Closed” being the most prominent.

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Further down the chart, Sheeran’s song “Boat” enters the top 40 for the first time at No. 15, while his new single “Curtains” opens at No. 16. With these new entries, Sheeran’s tally of U.K. top 40 singles has reached an impressive 60. However, “Curtains” experienced a decline in popularity during the latter half of the week, despite initially showing promise in the top 10.

Another notable highlight on the chart is the rise of K-pop girl group FIFTY FIFTY, whose track “Cupid” climbs from the 9th to the 8th position, reaching a new peak on the Official U.K. Singles Chart.

Interestingly, following the coronation of King Charles III, a protest song called “Scrap The Monarchy” by The Krown Jewelz (formerly known as the K**ts) enters the U.K. top 10 at No. 9. This controversial song has become the highest new debut of the week. The Krown Jewelz, a punk act, has consistently achieved top 10 positions in the pre-Christmas period over the past three years.

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In summary, Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s hit song “Miracle” continues to dominate the U.K. charts, while Ed Sheeran’s album “Subtract” and its associated singles make a significant impact. Additionally, the ascent of FIFTY FIFTY and the controversial entry of The Krown Jewelz add further excitement to the week’s chart positions.