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Madonna celebrates landmark 64th UK Top 10 single, and first in 15 years

Written by on February 3, 2024

Madonna today lays claim to her landmark 64th Top 10 single in the UK, extending her lead as the female artist with the most Top 10s in Official Chart history. Only Elvis Presley (76) and Cliff Richard (68) have more. Madonna’s last Top 10 single was Celebration in 2009, which peaked at Number 3.

Noah Kahan celebrates a fifth consecutive week at Number 1 in the UK with Stick Season.

The stirring folk song completes another week at the top of the Official Singles Chart, claiming the longest consecutive run at Number 1 since Doja Cat’s Paint The Town Red spent five weeks at the top last year. It also retains its title as the most-streamed song in the UK for another week, with 8.8 million listens.

American singer-songwriter Teddy Swims claims a big new peak with breakout single Lose Control, which rises three this week to Number 3.

Proving that she is still the undisputed Queen of Pop four decades into the game, Madonna returns to the UK Top 10 for the first time in 15 years. Popular, on which she features alongside The Weeknd and Playboi Carti, jumps four today to Number 10. It becomes The Weeknd’s 16th Top 10 single, and Playboi Carti’s first.

Outside of the Top 10, Rising US singer-songwriter Benson Boone hits another new peak today with Beautiful Things, rising seven (11), as does Flo Milli with Never Lose Me, climbing two (15).

YG Marley comes from a very storied history of music greats; being the son of Lauryn Hill and the grandson of the late, great Bob Marley. He enters the Official Singles Chart Top 40 for the first time today with debut single Praise Jah In The Moonlight (20). It’s this week’s biggest climber, vaulting 31 places.

As they release debut album Prelude to Ecstasy, BRITs Rising Star-winning quintet The Last Dinner Party secure their first-ever Top 40 single with Nothing Matters, surging nineteen places week-on-week to Number 22.

Ella Henderson and Rudimental’s Alibi climbs two to a new high (24), while Kygo & Ava Max jump twelve with Whatever (27) and Songer’s Toxic clambers up three (29).

Megan Thee Stallion secures this week’s highest new entry with her headline-grabbing rap track Hiss (30), which becomes the 6th Top 40 hit for the Houston native. Skepta is not far behind, with Gas Me Up (Diligent) becoming his 22nd Top 40 single (31).

Justin Timberlake kickstarts his comeback on Selfish, entering at Number 37. It’s the pop icon’s 27th solo Top 40 entry, and his first solo UK chart hit since Filthy in 2018.

Finally, TikTok sensation Michael Marcagi’s Scared To Start ends the week as the first UK Top 40 entry for the Cincinnati native, leaping nine to Number 38.

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