Lukas Graham Rules the U.K. Charts with '7 Years'

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While his self-titled album isn't scheduled to release for another couple of weeks, Lukas Graham is still managing to rule the U.K. charts spending his third straight week at number one with "7 Years."

Graham is an emerging artist who was also on top of the Billboard Emerging Artists Charts in previous weeks. "7 Years" is a strong ballad that takes Graham through his past, present and future.

It's a story of his success and what the future possibly holds for him. Graham also has his second single "Mama Said," available for fans who are thinking about preordering his album.

"The Danish soul-pop group is 'way ahead' in the race for the chart title, according to the Official Charts Company," reported Billboard.

"They're enjoying a boost after performing the song on ITV's The Jonathan Ross Show last Saturday and at the midway stage of the chart cycle, they've clocked up more than 53,000 chart sales."

His song-writing and ability to create some pretty catches tracks seems effortless and it's showing in his success and growing fan base.

Graham's self-titled album is scheduled to release on March 25 and includes his singles "7 Years" and "Mama Said." Let us know if you're anticipating the album in the comments section below.