Gayle’s ‘Abcdefu’ lands high in UK chart race – Billboard

Gayle will take 1st place in the UK

The 17-year-old singer-songwriter leads the chart race with the hit song “abcdefu” By Adele The current leader “Easy On Me” is close behind.

“Abcdefu” has the edge on the First Look chart, which ranks songs the most popular in the UK based on sales and live streams counted from the first 48 hours in the cycle.

At this stage, it’s too close to call. Only 1,000 sales charts split “Abcdefu” and “Easy On Me”, currently having a seven-week streak at number 1, the longest for any Adele song.

With “Abcdefu,” the Texas teen topped Billboard’s list of Emerging Artists and, in December, landed at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single rose to number 15 on the United States chart. Ky.


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The breakup song was originally played on TikTok platform, where it has appeared in more than half a million videos on the short video streaming platform by the end of 2021.

Meanwhile, teenager Lauren Spencer-Smith gears up for her UK Top 40 debut with “Fingers Crossed”, rising 90-3 on the chart.

The American Idol alum has a viral hit on her hands with “Fingers Crossed”, a breakup song that’s also very popular on TikTok.

After releasing his new album Dawn FM, Weekend had two top debuts on the chart, led by “Sacrifice”, which was new at No. 6. In addition, the Canadian R&B singer’s main album single “Take My Breath” is also in the Top. 10, in 7th place; and his Swedish Mafia collaboration “How do I Make You Love Me? Maybe” could start at 15th place.

The Official UK Singles Chart published late Friday, local time.

https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/gayle-abcdefu-uk-chart-race-1235017039/ Gayle’s ‘Abcdefu’ lands high in UK chart race – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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