Adele makes it a month atop the U.K. singles chart with “Easy On Me” (Columbia).

The British singer’s latest hit enters a fourth week at No. 1 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, edging Ed Sheeran’s “Shivers” (Asylum) by just 2,000 chart sales, the OCC reports.

For Adele, the chart fireworks are just about to start. The pop superstar’s fourth studio album, 30, is set to drop this Friday, and she’ll appear two days later for the U.K concert TV special An Audience With Adele, which will beam out Nov. 21 on free-to-air ITV.

Sheeran misses out this time, but he maintains a solid presence in the Top 10, with former leader “Bad Habits” holding at No. 3 and “Overpass Graffiti” dipping 4-6.

The week’s highest new chart entry belongs to teenage Brighton rapper ArrDee, whose “Flowers (Say My Name)” starts at No. 5. It’s the 19-year-old’s third U.K. Top 10 release of the past six months, and his highest-ever chart appearance.

Coming in at No. 20 is Post Malone and The Weeknd’s “One Right Now” (Republic Records), for Posty’s highest charting single since 2019, and The Weeknd’s fifth Top 20 single for 2021.

Further down the list, there are new arrivals from Travis Scott (“Escape Plan” at No. 23 via Cactus Jack/Epic), Summer Walker and SZA (“No Love” at No. 24 via Interscope) and Silk Sonic’s “Smokin’ Out The Window” (No. 28 via Atlantic).