Tinie Tempah. Miguel. Lana Del Rey.
While all three have roots in varying musical territories, this week sees them share common ground on the UK’s Official Charts, thanks to support afforded to them by the nation’s public.
Good news for all of them below!
One year after its June 22nd 2012 release date, Rey’s ‘Summertime Sadness’ finds itself perched at #4 on the singles tally, peaking just as high as it did on Germany’s Media Control Chart.
Following its slow but sure ascent on the Billboard Hot 100, it’s run in the UK’s Top Ten makes it the highest charting single in the market of her career, outperforming the Emilie Haynie produced ‘Blue Jeans’ and the Rick Nowels driven ‘Young & Beautiful’.
One spot above her, comes Tinie Tempah‘s brand new single ‘Trampoline’!
Marking his fifth Top 5 single in the country, the single leapt and found its footing on #3, three years after his first charting single ‘Pass Out‘ was certified Platinum for sales of over 600,00 units but before the release of its supporting album ‘Demonstration’, due out in September.
Then, in extending his lead as R&B’s fastest rising ambassador, Miguel watches his signature hit ‘Adorn’ rise a sweet 23 spots in just seven days, soaring to #57 but boasting the most glory on the Urban chart, where it now sits at #8- in its 47th week of release!