Sam Smith and Kim Petras are powering to a 3rd consecutive week at No. 1 within the U.Ok. with “Unholy” (EMI).
The viral quantity leads the First Look chart, which ranks tracks primarily based on gross sales and streaming exercise on the midweek level, forward of David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” (Parlophone) and Lewis Capaldi’s “Overlook Me” (Vertigo), respectively.
Beyonce is on the climb along with her Renaissance launch “Cuff It” (Columbia/Parkwood Ent) set to raise 10-6, for what can be a brand new peak, whereas British hip-hop artist Aitch may see two tracks bounce. The Manchester rapper’s collaboration with Anne-Marie, “Psycho” (Atlantic), may bounce 12-8, whereas his tag-team with Ed Sheeran, “My G” (Asylum/Capitol) is about to rise 16-13.
In the meantime, Australian producer and DJ Luude continues to be hanging across the prime 10 with “Massive Metropolis Life” (Warner Data), his drum ‘n’ bass collab with Mattafix. The followup to “Down Beneath,” which peaked at No. 5 on the Official Chart earlier this 12 months, “Massive Metropolis Life” lifts 11-9 on the chart blast.
Although no new singles debut on the chart blast, a handful of tracks are making a transfer north, together with cuts from Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran (“For My Hand” up 19-15 through Atlantic), Tom Grennan (“All These Nights” up 64-16 through Madness), Lizzo (“2 Be Beloved (Am I Prepared)” up 2018 through Atlantic), Cian Ducrot (“All For You” up 23-19 through Polydor) and Rema (“Calm Down” up 21-20 through Mavin).
All will probably be revealed when the Official U.Ok. Singles Chart is revealed late Friday (Oct. 14).