Clean Bandit have scooped a ninth week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart, escalating their success to even further heights.
Rockabye, which was also the 2016 Christmas Number 1, is only the 18th song in history to spend nine or more weeks at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart. The Sean Paul and Anne-Marie assisted track now joins the likes of Gnarls Barkley's Crazy (2006) and Frankie Goes To Hollywood's Two Tribes (1984), who also managed nine weeks at the top spot.
Rag'n'Bone Man's Human climbs one place to Number 2 to return to its peak position, pushing last week's runner-up Zara Larsson down one spot to 3 with I Would Like. Little Mix hold firm at Number 4 with Touch, while The Weeknd's Starboy rebounds three places to Number 5.
New entries and high climbers
The fall of several Christmas songs out of this week’s chart has cleared the way for number of new entries and big climbers. Neiked's Sexual returns to the Top 10 this week - up five places to Number 6 - while The Weeknd and Daft Punk's I Feel It Coming vaults six places to Number 13.
JP Cooper's September Song marks his solo debut within the Top 40, catapulting 29 placings to this week's Number 16. Another huge climber in Love Me Now by John Legend follows at 17, a new peak for the song which rises from last week's 38.
More leaps come courtesy of Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop the Feeling (up 18 to Number 21), Robbie Williams' Love My Life which hits a new peak of 22, Zayn and Taylor Swift's I Don't Wanna Live Forever (up from 36 to Number 23), and Drake's One Dance which returns to the Top 40 after a one week absence (24).
Australian artist Starley reaches the Top 40 with her debut single Call on Me, which ascends 25 rungs to Number 26 in its eighth week on the chart. DJ Snake's Let Me Love You returns to the top flight from last week’s 41 to Number 30 today, while Charli XCX's After the Afterparty hits a new personal best at 31.
Finally, a further two tracks impact the Top 40 for the very first time. Jax Jones and Raye's You Don't Know Me springs 48 places to Number 33, while Adele's Water Under the Bridge becomes the megastar's 13th Top 40 single (40).