In this week’s UK singles chart, three songs make it to the top 10 for the first time, and coincidentally (or not) they’re all by one musician. At the same time, another of the region’s tracks helps one of the names linked to it make history, while several other global superstars take new victories just below the highest level of the tally.
Here’s a look at five of the biggest moves in this week’s UK Singles Rankings.
# 2 – Dave – “Clash (ft. Stormzy)”
Dave almost scored his second No.1 UK hit this week, but sadly he fails to hook another leader from just one space. As Ed Sheeran continues to lead the show with his unstoppable “Bad Habits”, the hip-hop talent sees his single “Clash,” a collaboration with Stormzy, rise to number two. Not far behind, two tracks appearing on the musician’s new album We’re all alone in this together (himself No. 1 on his respective tally) also found himself in the top 10, as “Verdansk” and “In The Fire” launched at No. 4 and 6, respectively. With his new smashes, Dave has now claimed 10 top 10 hits in the country.
the Official card company only allows each musician to fill three spaces on the leaderboard at a time, at least as a lead actor. If this rule hadn’t been in place, Dave probably would have scored more big hits this time around.
N ° 3 – The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber – “Stay”
“Stay” by The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber, which has so far peaked at # 2, goes down a notch to # 2. While this cut isn’t new, the old act debuts with a pair of recently presented tracks – reissued album Fucking love, once again increasing his career total. The Australian star’s “Not Sober” with Polo G and Stunna opens at # 42 while “Still Chose You” with Mustard (formerly DJ Mustard) comes out at # 80.
N ° 7 – Galantis, David Guetta & Little Mix – “Heartbreak Anthem”
The powerful team of Galantis, David Guetta and Little Mix have already reached number 3 with “Heartbreak Anthem”, that this frame falls to the seventh place, but standing again in the highest level, the melody helps the latter act to go down in history. With one more lap in the highest area of the leaderboard, Little Mix became the first girl group in UK history to spend 100 weeks in the top 10. They have now claimed 18 top 10 placements. , including four spending at least double. figure rotates inside the level.
N ° 13 – Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow – “Industry Baby”
As he prepares to release his debut album at some point this year (although the exact timing is not yet clear), Lil Nas X has released his latest single “Industry Baby”, and it has become a another success for the multi-talented figure. The track may have missed the top 10 by a few spots starting its count time at No.13, but it’s still the fifth top 40 for the Grammy winner and second for star musician Jack Harlow.
N ° 37 – Camila Cabello – “Don’t go yet”
Before the release of his first feature film Cinderella, Camila Cabello seems to have simultaneously launched the next era of her musical career with the new single “Don’t Go Yet”, which starts at No. 37 in the UK song chart. The song marks her lucky thirteenth place in the top 40, which she barely managed to break through on arrival.