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Monday, July 20, 2015

UK Chart Roundup: Little Mix Work Their "Black Magic"

Back in May, Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea released their colossal flop "Pretty Girls," a song that girl group Little Mix wrote but ultimately opted to scrap. Instead, the broads went with the far catchier "Black Magic" as the lead single from their upcoming third LP Get Weird (out in November), and the result is their first UK #1 since 2012's "Wings."



Meanwhile, I can't believe it's already been three years since "Wings." I remember driving around Dallas, Texas with that song playing on the radio. Dark moments in life, chyldryn. Dark moments in life we must continue to try to block out.

Elsewhere, the umpteenth version of Robin S' house classic "Show Me Love" to come along in the past year, this time from Sam Feldt and vocalist Kimberly Anne, makes its debut on the UK chart at #4. Kudos to Sam for at least making this a complete melodic overhaul of the track.



Elsewhere, poor Nathan Sykes plunges from his #14 debut last week with "Kiss Me Quick" to #58. Those Wanted guys are just basically doomed, aren't they...?

The UK Top 10:

1. "Black Magic" - Little Mix *new* *1 week*
2. "Shine" - Years & Years 
3. "Are You With Me" - Lost Frequencies
4. "Show Me Love" - Sam Feldt feat. Kimberly Anne *new*
5. "House Every Weekend" - David Zowie
6. "Waiting For Love" - Avicii
7. "Not Letting Go" - Tinie Tempah feat. Jess Glynne
8. "Shut Up & Dance" - Walk The Moon
9. "Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)" - OMI
10. "Worth It" - Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink

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