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Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘Espresso’ rockets to the top spot on U.K. charts | English Movie News – Times of India

Sabrina Carpenter‘s latest track, “Espresso,” is brewing up a storm across the pond, snagging the top spot on the U.K. Singles Chart. The sizzling hit, hailing from the talented American singer and actor, has soared from 5th to 1st place in just three weeks, marking Carpenter’s first chart-topper in the U.K.
“Espresso” has been stirring up a storm, racking up a staggering 8.8 million streams, edging out the competition to claim the coveted No.1 spot. It was a close call, with Carpenter’s anthem narrowly surpassing Taylor Swift‘s former leader, “Fortnight,” featuring Post Malone, by a margin of fewer than 500 combined units, according to the Official Charts Company.
For Carpenter, “Espresso” marks her first top 10 hit and her fourth single to crack the U.K. top 40, following the tracks “Nonsense,” “Skin,” and “Feather.” Meanwhile, Hozier’s former chart-topper “Too Sweet” slips to third place, rounding out the podium for the week.
Making waves on the charts is Shaboozey, who scores his first U.K. top 10 single with “A Bar Song (Tipsy),” a unique blend of hip-hop and country, climbing from 16th to 6th place. Taylor Swift continues her streak of success, notching her 29th U.K. top 10 single with “I Can Do It With A Broken Heart,” the latest release from The Tortured Poets Department.
Also making their mark on the charts is Virginia-born singer and rapper Tommy Richman, debuting at No. 31 with the infectious track “Million Dollar Baby,” marking his first appearance on the Official Singles Chart.
In a nostalgic twist, two classic Amy Winehouse tunes, propelled by the buzz surrounding Sam Taylor-Johnson’s biopic “Back to Black,” make a triumphant return to the top 40. Winehouse’s rendition of the Zutons’ “Valerie,” produced by Mark Ronson, reclaims the No. 38 spot, while “Back to Black” reenters at No. 39, reminding listeners of the late singer’s timeless talent.
As for Sabrina Carpenter, her journey from Disney darling to chart-topping sensation continues to captivate audiences worldwide. With “Espresso” reigning supreme in the U.K., Carpenter’s star power shows no signs of dimming, cementing her status as a force to be reckoned with in both music and entertainment.