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All make the top 20, lead by "Carnival" (No. 12), "Burn" (No. 17), and "Back To Me" (No. 18). 

Noah Kahan's "Stick Season" (Republic Records) remains at the top of the charts for the seventh week in a row.  

With its parent album reaching the top of the Official UK Albums Chart, Kahan achieves his first career U.K. chart double. 

A new edition of the Stick Season album provides the track "Forever," which debuts at No. 31 in the United Kingdom, marking his fifth top 40 song. 

Sophie Ellis-Bextor's Saltburn-powered "Murder On The Dancefloor" (Polydor) is No. 2 on the Official Singles Chart 

trailing only Benson Boone's "Beautiful Things" (Warner Records) by fewer than 600 combined sales, according to the OCC.  

Also rising is YG Marley's "Praise Jah in the Moonlight" (YG Marley Music), which is up 9-5.  

Wes Nelson, an English singer and TV personality, has a top 40 debut with "Abracadabra" (Moor), a collaboration with homegrown R&B favorite Craig David.  

Finally, Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" (Rhino) returns to the top 40 after she gave a rare performance of the 1980s smash at the 2024 Grammy Awards.  

Combs' accurate interpretation of "Fast Car" on 2023's Gettin' Old became a U.S. smash and brought the song to country fans. 

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