Ed Sheeran is killin’ it, no less. After taking a sabbatical and cutting Princess Beatrice’s face in the bargain, he’s back with a bang and some really soulful music. In January this year, he dropped two singles from his soon-to-be-released album, Divide – Shape Of You and Castle On The Hill. Fans went crazy and the songs were soon playing on the radio and being streamed non-stopped. He even performed as a one-man band during the 59th Grammy Awards 2017.
It looks like the love for Sheeran has only improved with the days, as his songs are doing really well on the charts. For his birthday, he gave fans a surprise by releasing the track, How Would You Feel (Paean) and that one too is picking up pace on the charts. But for now, it looks like Shape Of You sis the clear winner. Billboard released their Top 10 on the charts for March 4 a little early, and Ed Sheeran is at Number ONE!
At Number 10, we have Big Sean with Bounce Back. At Number 9, there’s The Weeknd with his famous collaboration with Daft Punk. The track I Feel It Coming was given a standing ovation at the Grammys when the creative artists hit the stage for a live performance together. Rihanna scores at Number 8 with her stoner-ballad, Love On The Brain. She breaks records this week to become the first artist with 30 songs in the Top 10 over the span of her career. Bruno Mars is at Number 7 with That’s What I Like, a song that is a little slower to 24K Magic. At Number 6 is former Fifth Harmony band member, Camilla Cabello in her first solo track in collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly for Bad Things. At Number 5 is the hit song by The Chainsmokers featuring the uber talented Halsey in Closer. The track has been in the Top 5 for the past 6 months! And thanks to her Grammys performance, Katy Perry logs in at Number 4 for her track with Skip Marley, Chained To The Rhythm. Bad and Boujee is at Number 3 by Migos featuring Lil Uzi Vert. And of course, at Number 2 we have Taylor Swift and ZAYN for their sizzling track for Fifty Shades Darker, I Don’t Wanna Live Forever. And FIRST but not the least, at Number 1 is Ed Sheeran with Shape Of You.