The Chart Show: beabadoobee Debuts With Care

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Congrats to our two newest Chart Show Hall of Fame entries as Fiona Apple holds onto #2 in her tenth week on the chart with "I Want You To Love Me," and My Morning Jacket move down but not out at #15 in their final week. We lost The Avett Brothers after a nine week run on the chart which makes room for new entries including beabadoobee (who joined us recently for a virtual session) at #17 and Heartless Bastards debuting with the new single, "Revolution." Big moves this week from Sylvan Esso and Angel Olsen who both move up as Glass Animals and SZA fall towards the bottom of the chart. There are three strong contenders for the next graduates to the HOF with Elle King moving to #3 after eight weeks with "The Let Go," Waxahatchee stays in the top 10 with "Can't Do Much," and Tame Impala's "Is It True" moves to #13. Janelle Monae holds the #1 position on the chart for another week with the popular new single, "Turntables."

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TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show
114Janelle MonaeTurntables
2210Fiona AppleI Want You To Love Me
368Elle KingThe Let Go
4145Sylvan EssoFerris Wheel
555Black PumasI'm Ready
684Bon IverAUATC
744Bruce SpringsteenLetter To You
838WaxahatcheeCan't Do Much
9183Angel OlsenWhole New Mess
10165GorillazStrange Timez feat. Robert Smith
11112IDLESModel Village
12173Kathleen EdwardsHard On Everyone
1378Tame ImpalaIs It True
14133The War and TreatyFive More Minutes
15910My Morning JacketFeel You
17103Glass AnimalsHeat Waves
19152SZAHit Different feat. Ty Dolla $ign
20X1Heartless BastardsRevolution

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