George Ezra scores a fourth week atop the Official Singles Chart with Shotgun

Seven new entries impact this week's Top 40 from the likes of Calvin Harris & Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, Jess Glynne and The 1975.

George Ezra extends his run at Number 1 on the UK's Official Singles Chart for a fourth week with Shotgun.

George's summer anthem kept hold of the top spot with a lead of 3,000 combined chart sales and was the most streamed song of the week with 7 million plays across services such as Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and YouTube.

Drake keeps a firm grip on Number 2 with In My Feelings, while Eastside by Benny Blanco, Halsey and Khalid rises one to Number 3. Calvin Harris & Sam Smith score the most downloaded track of the last seven days and the week's highest new entry at Number 4 with Promises, while Loud Luxury advance one spot to complete the Top 5 with Body ft. Brando (5).

New entries and high climbers

In addition to her UK Number 1 album, Ariana Grande has three songs in this week's Top 40. God is a Woman rebounds six to Number 6, Breathin storms to Number 8, and Sweetener lands at Number 22.

Jess Glynne claims her 11th Top 20 single with All I Am, new at Number 16, while David Guetta and Anne-Marie are this week's highest climbers as they rocket fourteen places to Number 23.

Finally, three more songs debut in this week's Top 40. TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME by The 1975 starts out at Number 26, Marshmello & Bastille impact at 31 with Happier, and the duo of Lithuanian DJ Dynoro and Italian DJ Gigi D'Agostino climb into the Top 40 to Number 36 with In My Mind.

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