Calvin Harris and Sam Smith eye the Number 1 spot with Promises

Plus, Eninem dominates the Top 10, and there are big climbs for LSD, and Freya Ridings.

Things are looking pretty promising for Calvin Harris, as the Scottish DJ and producer eyes his tenth UK Number 1 with Sam Smith collaboration Promises.

Vocalist Sam Smith would gain his seventh chart-topper if Promises can hold firm and stay at Number 1 when the chart is announced on Friday. 

Last week's Number 1, Eastside from Benny Blanco and Halsey slips a place, but with only 2,683 combined sales separating it from Calvin and Sam, it ain't over yet.

New entries and climbers

Following the surprise release of his tenth studio album Kamikaze last Friday, Eminem dominates the Top 10, with three potential new entries. The Ringer comes in highest, at 4, while Lucky You starts at 7, and Greatest lands at 9.

Dance supergroup LSD – made up of Labrinth, Sia, and Duplo – are on track for their first UK Top 40 together, as Thunderclouds vaults 25 slots to Number 22, and singer-songwriter Freya Ridings climbs 10 places to settle at 26 today with Lost Without You.

The Baby Shark phenomenon continues as Pinkfong's viral hit climbs seven to Number 30, and London rapper AJ Tracey could score his second UK Top 40 this week: LO(V/S)ER starts at 37.

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