Beyoncé holds it steady for third week at Number 1 with TEXAS HOLD ‘EM

Plus, big moves from Ella Henderson and Charli XCX.
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Beyoncé is going nowhere, as TEXAS HOLD ‘EM dominates for a third week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.  

The energetic country anthem now becomes Bey’s longest-running Number 1 single in 17 years, equalling the run of 2007 Shakira duet Beautiful Liar. 

Beyoncé also manages to hold off Benson Boone’s Beautiful Things, which returns to its previous peak (2), and Teddy SwimsLose Control (3) for another week.  

Djo continues to rise, with viral hit End of Beginning lifting one to Number 4, while Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign break into the Top 5 with Carnival, up four to Number 5. 

Congratulations are in order for Ella Henderson, who finally breaks into the Top 10 with Rudimental collab ALIBI (10). It becomes Ella’s landmark 10th UK Top 10 single to date. 

After her record-breaking haul of six BRIT Awards at last Saturday’s ceremony, three hits from RAYE scale the Official Singles Chart; former Number 1 Escapism. ft. 070 Shake re-enters at Number 13, cassö and D-Block Europe collab Prada jumps nine to Number 18, while Worth It. scores its first week inside the Top 40, debuting at Number 38. 

Kygo & Ava Max reach another new peak, with the Shakira-interpolating Whatever up two (15), Michael Marcagi jumps six with Scared To Start (16) and Bryson Tiller scores his first solo Top 20 single with Whatever She Wants (20), up 11 spots. 

Following her energetic BRITs performance, Tate McRae sees greedy rebound ten places week-on-week (22), while Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera leap 12 with Never Be Alone (23), and Charli XCX’s glitchy Von dutch scores the highest new entry of the week (26), and marks Charli’s 15th Top 40 single overall. 

Pozer’s Kitchen Stove is up one (28), Yung Filly rises two with Grey (31) and Twenty One Pilots’ new single Overcompensate becomes their third Top 40 single, and first in eight years (34). 

Muni Long’s Made For Me reaches its best position yet (36) and, finally, Irish DJ duo NewEra are also up to a new peak with Birds In The Sky (39), up one from its Top 40 debut last week. 

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Good for Beyoncé, for Benson, for Ella, for Raye but really Ye?, boring just stirs controversy to get a few listens




Amazing to see RAYE having such an incredible week in the chart! 😊