'Miley Cyrus’ ‘Flowers’ Debuts at No. 1 In U.K.

Debuts at No. 1 In U.K.

During its

first chart cycle, “Flowers” racks up 92,000 chart units, including total streams of nearly 10 million

Lifted from

Cyrus’ forthcoming eighth studio album Endless Summer Vacation, “Flowers” got away to a hot start

1 on

Australia’s chart, and it smashed Spotify’s global one-week streaming mark

The track

will make its official mark on the Billboard Hot 100 when the latest charts are unveiled

23), though Billboard readers

already voted it as their favorite new release last week

Singles Chart

with “We Can’t Stop” (from 2013) and “Wrecking Ball” (2013), the latter earning her a chart

Positions 2-6

are unchanged on the current survey, while St

Louis-raised Metro

Boomin bags a career-best with “Creepin’” (Republic Records), featuring the Weeknd and 21 Savage

Further down

the list, British singer and songwriter Mimi Webb lands her sixth top 40 with “Red Flags” (

top 40

appearance in almost a decade with “Bizarrap – BZRP Music Sessions #53” (via Dale Play), the break-up song

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