Calvin Harris bests Michael Jackson with his 8th UK Top 10 from 1 album


From Billboard:

Calvin Harris, the Scottish DJ and producer on Sunday saw his song “I Need Your Love” FT Ellie Goulding climb 11-7, in doing so becoming the eighth track from his album “18 Months” to crack the U.K. top 10. Harris’ feat has never before happened in the 60-plus year history of the Official U.K. Singles Chart.

The electro-pop artist takes the mantle from the late “King of Pop,” Michael Jackson, who twice managed to gather seven top 10 hits from an album — with his 1987 album “Bad” and from 1991’s “Dangerous.”

Harris’ imperious chart-stretch with “18 Months” began in June 2011 with “Bounce” FT Kelis (No. 2 peak), followed by “Feel So Close” (No. 2), “We Found Love” with Rihanna (No. 1), “Let’s Go FT Ne-Yo” (No. 2), “We’ll Be Coming Back” FT Example (No. 2),” Sweet Nothing” FT Florence Welch (No. 1) and “Drinking From The Bottle” (No. 5).

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