“Ed Sheeran Aims for High U.K. Chart Entry with New Song ‘Curtains’.”

Ed Sheeran

British singer Ed Sheeran has once again captivated his fellow countrymen with the release of his latest album, “Subtract.” This collection is the final installment in his mathematics-themed series and has garnered significant attention since its release last week.

Early indications from sales and streaming data suggest that Sheeran is poised to achieve two top ten singles on the UK charts. One of the songs, “Curtains,” is set to debut at number 10, marking Sheeran’s 42nd appearance in the top ten.

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Another track from the album, “Eyes Closed,” which Sheeran performed on the popular television show American Idol, is expected to climb from the sixth position to number three on the UK chart. This boost in popularity is a testament to the song’s infectious appeal. Additionally, Sheeran’s song “Boat” is predicted to make a splash in the top 20, surpassing its previous peak position of 46.

Sheeran has established an impressive track record on the Official UK Albums Chart, consistently achieving number one albums. His streak of success is expected to continue with “Subtract.”

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Fifty Fifty, a K-pop girl group, has made history by becoming the first K-pop girl group to enter the UK top ten. Their catchy song, “Cupid,” cracked the top ten last Friday and is now poised to potentially climb to number eight, solidifying their place in the charts.

Another noteworthy contender is the song “Baby Don’t Hurt Me” by David Guetta, Anne-Marie, and Coi Leray. This track, which incorporates elements from Haddaway’s ’90s house number, is currently on the cusp of entering the top ten. It has risen from the 13th position to number 11, showcasing its growing popularity.

Meanwhile, British rock band Bring Me The Horizon is making strides with their song “LosT.” Within a mere 48 hours, the song has made an impact, debuting at an impressive number 15. This achievement could mark the band’s first-ever top 20 single.

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In an interesting development, British punk outfit Krown Jewelz has entered the chart at number 17 with their protest song, “Scrap The Monarchy.” Krown Jewelz, previously known as the K**ts, has consistently aimed for the coveted Christmas number one spot and has achieved top ten positions for three consecutive years. Their continued presence on the charts is a testament to their enduring popularity.

At the pinnacle of the chart sits “Miracle,” a ’90s throwback rave tune by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding. This infectious track is poised to maintain its reign at number one for the fifth consecutive week, solidifying its place as a chart-topping hit.

Music enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the official release of the UK Singles Chart on Friday, where the final rankings will be unveiled. This highly anticipated chart will provide valuable insights into the latest trends and successes in the music industry.