Harry Styles (28) and “As It Were” topped the US charts for 15 consecutive weeks. No Briton before him has succeeded in this.
‘As it were’ has now set a record, reports BBC.
No other British artist can boast of such a long, unbroken time at the top of the chart Billboard Hot 100 with the same song.
So far, Elton John (75) and Mark Ronson (47) have shared the number one spot (14 weeks) with “Candle in the Wind” and “Uptown Funk” respectively.
In Norway, “As It Was” can boast 11 weeks on the VG roster, with second place at best. At the time of writing this report It’s in the 20th place.
Top movie addition
Patterns don’t just sail downwind musically. This week, he and his fellow cast members on “Don’t Worry Darling” positioned themselves at the top of the film scale in the United States, despite the lukewarm reception from critics.
Earlier this month, Styles’ second movie, “The Policeman”, won the award below Toronto International Film Festival.
However, the romantic drama, in which Styles plays a gay cop, will not be officially shown until the end of October.