Sabrina Carpenter Holds U.K. No. 1 as Shaboozey Heats Up the Charts

Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter’s single “Please Please Please” continues to dominate the Official U.K. Singles Chart, poised to maintain its No. 1 position for the fourth consecutive week. Her previous chart-topper, “Espresso,” is holding strong at No. 2 in the midweek update.

However, Sabrina should keep an eye on Shaboozey, whose track “A Bar Song (Tipsy),” which samples J-Kwon’s 2004 hit “Tipsy,” is making waves. Currently, just over 1,000 chart units behind Carpenter, it sits at No. 3. The song made an impressive debut at No. 41, climbed to No. 16 the following week, and cracked the U.K. Top 10 by reaching No. 6.

Meanwhile, British newcomer Myles Smith is on the rise with his song “Stargazing,” expected to move up two places to No. 4, marking his highest chart position so far. Smith first entered the Official U.K. Singles Chart with his 2024 single “Solo,” which peaked at No. 69. His debut EP, “You Promised A Lifetime,” reached No. 30 on the Official Albums Downloads Chart.

Following their electrifying performance at Glastonbury Festival, Coldplay’s new track “feelslikeimfallinginlove” is set to soar, projected to reach No. 12 in the top 20.