“Perfect” by British artist Ed Sheeran atop the UK Top 40 Songs Chart for the 28th time. The entry receives 24.7 million views for the last seven days. Sheeran takes the number six with “Shape of you,” collecting 11.1 million brand new views during the week.
Coming in at number 40, “Naked” by James Arthur saves the position, and registered a growth of 150K weekly views more. The X-Factor singer kept his video “Say You Won’t Let Go” for the 111th total week in the Top 40 at number 26.
The Korean girl-group Blackpink released a single with Dua Lipa and for a week reached 18 million views. In fact, the video is not official. “Kiss And Make Up” climbs on the second place, after the song takes 34 positions up. Dua Lipa takes a huge impact over the chart. She gains the number seven with “New Rules” and number 14 with “One Kiss,” featuring Calvin Harris.
Zayn improves the result of all his songs in the ranking. The newest single “Fingers” debuts in the previous chart release under No.56, and already reaches 28 weeks improvement. It’s second participate comes with 3.5 million views during the week. Speaking for Zayn, we should mention the song – “Dusk until down,” featuring Sia, which total views increased and it hits the top ten again (No.8).
Jonas Blue loses one position and 2.1 million views compared with the previous period. Their song “Rise” finished the week at number three. At same situation marks Rita Ora. Her video “Let You Love Me” turned down to the number five with a drop of 800K weekly views.
Anne-Marie closes the top ten with the songs – “Friends” (No.9) and “2002” (No.10). “2002” gets four positions improvement, and comes to top ten most popular songs of the week.
Two brand new songs acquired a place in the chart. “Polaroid” by Jonas Blue and Liam Payne debuts on the number 38 and position above we can find “None Of My Business” from Cher Lloyd.
Few singles remain in the ranking after 100+ weeks on. Firstly, “Perfect Strangers” by Jonas Blue and Jp Cooper are placed on the number 33 with a huge 124 weeks on. Other record-break notes “This is What you came for” performed by Calvin Harris and Rihanna, stayed 123 weeks on the air. 105 weeks on marked Anne-Marie, Clean Bandit and Sean Paul with “Rockabye.” This song has written the best long-stayed result of the week. It hits the number twelve with 7.4 million views for last seven days.
Speaking for songs delivered long-time in the chart, Sam Smith ties No.11 with “Too Good At Goodbyes,” climbed 1 position and noted 58 weeks on. Over a year records Harry Styles’s “Sign of the Times,” placed at No.23. Jonas Blue & William Singe takes apart in the top list for the 75 total weeks with “Mama.” The collaboration between the Swedish singer Zara Larsson and Clean Bandit “Symphony” spent 84 weeks on the chart and currently occupies the No.34. Lastly, Rita Ora kept “Anywhere” for the 53rd time in the chart on number 39.