Paul Sexton

London-based print and broadcast journalist Paul Sexton has been a contributor to Billboard
since the early 1990s. He also writes for such British newspapers as the Sunday Times,
Financial Times and Sunday Express, hosts inflight shows for such airlines as Emirates
and KLM, and makes radio documentaries for BBC Radio 2 and others.

Mr. Probz, Paolo Nutini Rule U.K. Sales Charts

Mr. Probz, Paolo Nutini Rule U.K. Sales Charts

Dutch hip-hop star Mr. Probz debuted atop the U.K. singles chart yesterday (April 27), as “Waves” (Left Lane Recordings) sold nearly 127,000 units. Paolo Nutini started a second week at No. 1 on the artist album chart with “Caustic Love” (Atlantic/Warner Music).
Mr. Probz, Paolo Nutini Lead U.K. Sales Charts

Mr. Probz, Paolo Nutini Lead U.K. Sales Charts

Dutch hip-hop star Mr. Probz debuted atop the U.K. singles chart yesterday (April 27), as “Waves” (Left Lane Recordings) sold nearly 127,000 units. Paolo Nutini started a second week at No. 1 on the artist album chart with “Caustic Love” (Atlantic/Warner Music).
Paolo Nutini, Kiesza Top U.K. Charts

Paolo Nutini, Kiesza Top U.K. Charts

Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini’s third album “Caustic Love” (Atlantic/Warner Music) became his second in a row to top the U.K. chart, as the Official Charts Company published its new weekly data yesterday (April 20).
Kaiser Chiefs Reconfigure Internet Album To Connect with U.S. Audiences

Kaiser Chiefs Reign Again In U.K., Sigma Grabs Top Single With Kanye West Remake

Kaiser Chiefs’ “Education, Education, Education & War” (Kaiser Chiefs/Fiction/ Universal) started a second week atop the artist album chart in the U.K. Sunday (April 13), while London dance duo Sigma scored an instant No. 1 single with “Nobody To Love” (3 Beat/All Around The World/Universal).
Kaiser Chiefs Reconfigure Internet Album To Connect with U.S. Audiences

Kaiser Chiefs Continue Rule Atop U.K. Albums Chart, Sigma Bags Top Single

Kaiser Chiefs’ “Education, Education, Education & War” (Kaiser Chiefs/Fiction/ Universal) started a second week atop the artist album chart in the U.K. Sunday (April 13), while London dance duo Sigma scored an instant No. 1 single with “Nobody To Love” (3 Beat/All Around The World/Universal).

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