Charts analysis: Internet Money edge out Headie One at singles summit

An enforced void at the top means room for a new No.1, so it is congratulations to Lemonade from American label collective Internet Money, which emerges victorious from a tight chart battle after a 10-week chart climb. However, the chart sale that takes it to the top is a mere 38,052 (of which just 828 are paid downloads). That’s the smallest tally for a No.1 single since Jess Glynne's I'll Be There reached the summit in June 2018 with a ...

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