September 26, 2020 | internet | No Comments
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” no longer rules the U.K. singles chart, as there is a new champion on the European nation’s ranking of the most-consumed tracks. 24kGoldn and Iann Dior’s “Mood,” a tune that has conquered the world in the past month or so, rises to No. 1, giving both acts their debut leader in the country. As that cut surges, “WAP” declines to No. 2 after a trio of turns on the throne.
Two tracks enter the top 10 on the U.K. singles chart for the first time this frame, with one rising into the region while another debuts there.
Steady at No. 3 behind 24kGoldn, Iann Dior, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion comes the powerful team of Headie One, AJ Tracey and Stormzy with their joint effort “Ain’t It Different.”
The next two titles climb slightly, with Paul Woolford, Diplo and Kareen Lomax’s “Looking For Me” and Pop Smoke and Lil Tjay’s “Mood Swings” lifting to Nos. 4 and 5, respectively. Down from fourth to sixth is “Lighter” by Nathan Dawe and KSI, while Jason Derulo’s latest release “Take You Dancing” sashays from No. 9 to a new height of No. 7.
The highest-ranking new entrant inside this week’s top 10 in the U.K. comes from production collective Internet Money, who see their single “Lemonade” gain ground, moving from No. 16 to No. 8. The track, which also credits rappers Don Toliver and Gunna, appears to be the first placement between Nos. 1 and 10 for all artists involved.
“Lemonade” also features the work of NAV, but he is not credited on the U.K. chart, oddly enough.
Down two spots to No. 9 is former six-week leader “Head & Heart” by Joel Corry and MNEK.
Closing out the most competitive arena on the U.K. singles roster this frame is “Holy,” the latest single to come from Justin Bieber. The tune, which also features Chance the Rapper, appears to be the first taste of another new album, which is a bit surprising given the fact that he just dropped a full-length a few months ago.
“Holy” opens at No. 10, giving Bieber his twenty-first top 10 in the U.K. and Chance the Rapper his fifth.