Charlie Puth’s Marvin Gaye tops Official Singles Chart: “I feel beyond blessed”

Plus new entries from Rita Ora and Chris Brown, Selena Gomez and ASAP Rocky and Tough Love and Ginuwine.

Congratulations to Charlie Puth who scores his second UK Number 1 on today’s Official Singles Chart with Meghan Trainor collaboration Marvin Gaye.

The track has been getting it on with the chart all week and finishes with a combined chart sales figure of over 94,000, climbing 89 places since first entering the tally last week.

“UK! Thank you so much for making Marvin Gaye Number 1,” Puth told, “This song was a labour of love and I feel beyond blessed to have everyone’s support overseas. I can’t wait to spend a lot more time making friends in the UK. To many more...”

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Marvin Gaye is Puth’s second UK Number 1, following his feature on Wiz Khalifa’s Fast & Furious 7 tribute track See You Again, which topped the chart for two weeks in April/May. The track also marks a second chart-topper for Meghan Trainor, following her debut All About That Bass, which spent four weeks at Number 1 last October.

Calvin Harris & Disciples stand firm at Number 2 today with How Deep Is Your Love. The track has been streamed over 2.21 million times in the last seven days, making it the UK’s most streamed track of the week.

The Weeknd’s Can’t Feel My Face continues to ascend the chart, up five places today to a new peak of Number 3.

Former chart-toppers Little Mix’s Black Magic (4) and Lost Frequencies’ Are You With Me (5) round out the Top 5.

New entries

Rita Ora scores her 12th UK Top 40 this week with new Chris Brown collaboration Body On Me (23), while Selena Gomez’s Good For You ft. ASAP Rocky climbs 17 places to make its Top 40 debut at Number 29.

Finally, British production duo Tough Love score their second Top 40 with Pony (Jump On It) ft. Ginuwine.

See the full Official Singles Chart Top 100 here (from 5.45pm)