Ariana Grande soars up chart after One Love gig

Ariana Grande’s One Final Time has reached number two In The Respectable Singles Chart after it was re-launched as a charity single.

The track, originally launched in 2014, done 2.9 million streams and Sixty One,000 downloads.

Most proceeds from the tune will go to the we love Manchester fund for the victims of the Manchester Area attack.

Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber’s Despacito held onto the highest spot for a fifth week.

Grande’s One Love Manchester concert Remaining weekend was once attended via 50,000 music enthusiasts and watched via hundreds of thousands global.

Liam Gallagher, who additionally carried out on the event, noticed his solo single Wall of Glass enter the chart at number 21.

Oasis’ traditional tune Do Not Seem To Be Back In Anger – which Coldplay’s Chris Martin performed with Grande at the gig – reached quantity 25. It’s The first first time it has been In The High Forty given that May Just 1996.

High five singles
Artist Title
1) Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber Despacito
2) Ariana Grande One Remaining Time
Three) DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Quavo, Probability The Rapper I Am the One
4) Liam Payne ft Quavo Strip that Down
5) French Montanna feet Swae Lee Unforgettable
Source: Official Charts Firm

In The album chart, Ed Sheeran’s Divide back to the top spot overtaking the Fiftieth anniversary reissue of The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Membership Band.

Roger Waters landed at number three along with his fourth solo album is this The Existence We Actually Want. Dua Lipa’s eponymous debut entered at number five.

Grande’s Bad Lady climbed 18 locations to Eleven.

Top five albums
Artist Title
1) Ed Sheeran Divide
2) Beatles Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Membership Band
3) Roger Waters is that this The Life We Really Need
4) Rag’n’Bone Man Human
5) Dua Lipa Dua Lipa
Supply: Respectable Charts Firm

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