Nobody saw the dumpster fire that was 2020 coming, but as awful as this whole year was, there did come a silver lining in November, when the Oval Office interloper was given his eviction notice finally. FINALLY!
James Blake earns his first chart topper on the countdown as “Are You Even Real?” surges 9-1. He previously charted as high as No. 3 with “Into The Red” in February 2019. Elsewhere, Deborah Cox leads two debuts this week with “Absolutely Not” checking in at No. 13.
Singer-songwriter Damien Jurado clinches the top spot this week with “The Shape Of A Storm” (up 4-1). Last week’s champ, Beyoncé’s “BLACK PARADE”, falls to No. 7 after 3 weeks in charge. The highest debut of the week arriving at No. 12 is “Away To Relate” by Constant Smiles.
Beyoncé remains in charge of the countdown as “BLACK PARADE” starts its third week on top. Sondre Lerche charges 15-3 with “That’s All There Is.” James Blake and Megan Thee Stallion debut at No’s. 20 and 21 respectively.
Beyoncé spends a second week on top with “BLACK PARADE.” Aretha Franklin earns her first Top 5 as “Never Gonna Break My Faith (feat. The Boys Choir of Harlem)” climbs 13-4. Sondre Lerche leads a slew of newcomers to the countdown with “That’s All There Is” at No. 15.