Saint Jhn chasing The Weeknd for UK Number 1 single

Derrick Santistevan

The brand-new Official Chart: First Look, which airs on BBC Radio 1 today in between 6pm– 7pm, provides a first look of the Leading 20 ahead of Friday’s Official Songs Chart Top100 The chart is based upon initial sales and early streaming reports.

The race for top on today’s Official Songs Chart is really close, with simply 300 chart sales currently separating Number 1 and 2. The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights currently blazes a trail, on course for a 6th week at the top, with Saint Jhn’s Roses sitting simply behind. The track has actually remained in the runner- up slot for the last 2 weeks.

Joel Corry’s Lonely has actually seen an increase over the weekend, currently up 4 locations to Number 3 and set to out-perform the Number 6 peak of his last single (and first Leading 40 entry) Sorry.

Mabel’s newest release Partner is on track to get into today’s Leading 20, up until now up 9 locations to Number 16.

After 8 weeks inside the Leading 40, The Jonas Brothers’ What A Male Got ta Do might climb up into today’s Leading 20, up 7 locations to Number20

Today’s final placements will be exposed on Friday at 5.45 pm here on Follow the Leading 40 reside on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart show with Scott Mills from 4pm.

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