Jess Glynne heading for first solo Number 1

Brit singer-songwriter is set to top the Official Singles Chart this weekend with Hold My Hand.

Yet to release her debut album, but no stranger to the upper echelons of the Official Chart, Hold My Hand will be Glynne’s third Number 1 in total, having previously reached the top spot twice last year featuring on Clean Bandit’s smash Rather Be, the most streamed track of 2014, and also provided guest vocals on Route 94’s chart-topping My Love.

Click here to see Jess Glynne's full Official Chart history

Shifting nearly 50,000 copies so far this week, Hold My Hand looks likely to deliver Jess’s first solo Number 1, leading midweek Number 2, James Bay’s Hold Back The River, which is up two places to 2.

Years & Years’ King slides one place to 3 today, followed by reigning Number 1 Sam Smith’s Lay Me Down FT John Legend, at 4.

Sigma are on track for this week’s second-highest new entry with Higher FT Labrinth (5).

New entries

There are two further new entries in today’s Official Singles Chart Update Top 40.

British rapper and YouTuber KSI is on track to make his Top 40 debut this weekend with Lamborghini FT P Money, as Olly Murs is set to score his 14th UK Top 40 with Seasons.

Elsewhere, Norweigan DJ/producer Kygo’s Firestone FT Conrad climbs 11 places midweek to Number 26.

Click here to view this week's Official Singles Chart Update Top 100 (from 4pm)

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