Katy Perry Earns New British Top 20 With ‘Never Really Over’

Published: Sunday 9th Jun 2019 by David

Katy Perry‘s ‘Never Really Over‘ is a global hit.

A positive update on the track below….

The single followed the release of ‘Witness’ era which, despite failing to deliver enormous sales, saw her make a large splash on Pop cultural front with the singles ‘Chained to the Rhythm’, ‘Bon Apetit’ and her union with ‘American Idol.

‘Over’ made its way to the world on May 31st and is already on course to becoming one of the biggest hits of the year thanks to sales it is generating from all over the globe.

Its latest winning streak? Found in the United Kingdom.

There, it stands tall as this week’s highest new entry.


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After Perry at #13 with “Never Really Over” (Virgin EMI), Skepta claims the second highest new entry with “What do you Mean” f/J Hus at #14. Elsewhere, Lewis Capaldi’s “Bruises” debuts at #16 and Miley’s “Mother’s Daughter” opens at #31.


Why do you think the single is faring so well?


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  1. Clarkson June 9, 2019

    Number 13 in the UK is a flop.

    • Carlitos June 9, 2019

      Not for a debut, you dumb ass!

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