The Chart Update

Sweeney Gloria

By Sweeney Gloria

Sweeney Gloria

29 Nov 2020

The UK’s music scene is booming and, with a wider scope for urban talent, more trailblazing acts become fresh, new entries on the Official Charts list. British Rap and Afro-Caribbean influenced acts are pushing our promising scene forward; it’s been a long time coming and the acclaim gives way to growing genres in the U.K. such as R&B and alternative music.

The introspective “Music, Trials & Trauma: A Drill Story” album, from Loski, enters the album charts at #39. The Kennington rapper soldiered through incarceration last year and has now achieved a top 40 album, within the first week, alongside landing the #1 spot on the iTunes Hip Hop chart (beating Megan Thee Stallion).

The majority of acts we see this week, on the singles chart, come from the melting pot of sounds that we championed before mainstream popularity. Wes Nelson and Hardy Caprio’s “See Nobody” has steadily climbed the charts for a strong number of weeks and now occupies the fourth position, right under Little Mix.

In the top 20, KSI’s big pop record “Really Love” with Craig David and Digital Farm sits at #11, “Whoopty” by CJ follows right after and “Mood” by 24KGOLDN (ft Iann Dior) sits at #15. The wider top 40 pool sees Central Cee beat Micheal Buble’s “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like” with his jumpy “Loading” track – a massive achievement from the newcomer. Irish Drill group, A92, enter at #39 with their Plugged In freestyle. Hosted and curated by Fumez The Engineer, this is a never-seen-before event!

A few of our recent favourites including, “Princess Cuts”, “Chingy (It’s Whatever)” and “Flavour” are still present on the chart listings. At the same time, it has been quite the week for new entries. الربح من الانترنت مجانا Upbeat anthem, Kate Winslet, by NSG and Unknown T has shown up at #94 whilst making noise in the streets. Giggs and Dave’s “Straight Murder” received superior reception from listeners and climbs into the charts at #81. Tion Wayne successfully occupies two places on the singles chart at #50 and #68, with singles featuring Anne-Marie, Rudimental and Mist. Bugzey Malone’s comeback single, “Don’t Cry”, with Dermot Kennedy is in 77th position. The powerful track paired with striking visuals is a taster of what’s to come as the Manchester rapper also announced an upcoming project. لعبة البلاك جاك

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