Eliza Rose’s ‘B.O.T.A.’ Blooms on U.K. Chart Blast – Billboard


Give it time, and Eliza Rose simply may well be the baddest of all of them.

The London-based DJ, vocalist and radio host is flying at the U.Okay. chart blast with “B.O.T.A (Baddest Of Them All),” which was once despatched into the Best 10 remaining Friday (Aug. 12) after it blew-up on TikTok.

In keeping with gross sales and streaming information from the primary 48 hours of the brand new chart identify, the empowering dance anthem lifts 10-4.


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On the best of the First Glance chart is LF Machine’s “Afraid To Really feel,” which is on course for a 7th consecutive week on the summit, whilst George Ezra’s “Inexperienced Inexperienced Grass” may just go back to its height place at No. 2.

Additionally retreating at the chart blast is OneRepublic, which is eyeing a No. 6 spot — a possible new height — due to the recognition of Best Gun: Maverick, during which it seems that; whilst Australian DJ and manufacturer Luude may just advance to the Best 20 together with his Mattafix collaboration, “Giant Town Existence,” up 24-15 at the chart blast. 

In the end, Nicki Minaj is ready for the absolute best new access at the Reliable U.Okay. Singles Chart with “Tremendous Freaky Lady,” which samples Rick James’ “Tremendous Freak.” It’s on course for a No. 17 debut, for what can be Minaj’s fortieth Best 40 look — and primary in two years. 

All shall be printed when the Reliable U.Okay. Singles Chart is revealed Friday, Aug. 19.