Jess Glynne's All I Am climbs to Number 1 on the Official Trending Chart

The London singer-songwriter's latest track is set to break the Top 10 on this week's Official Singles Chart.

It looks like Jess Glynne has another hit on her hands with her latest single as All I Am climbs to Number 1 on the UK's Official Trending Chart. 

The track has been steadily climbing the Top 40 since its release last month, finishing at Number 11 on last week's Official Singles Chart. This week could see it enter the Top 10, currently up two places to Number 9 in the latest sales flash. 

All I Am is Jess' second single from her upcoming album Always In Between, out on October 12. It follows her chart-topping track I'll Be There, which extended her record as the British female artist to hold the most Number 1s in Official UK Chart history

Meanwhile, a new posthumous collaboration between Lil Peep and XXXTentacion called Falling Down makes a strong debut on the trending Top 20. The track, which was put together by the song's co-writer iLoveMakonnen, is on course for a Top 10 debut on this week's Official Singles Chart.  

Another brand new single making waves this week is Rita Ora's Let You Love Me. The latest release from her newly announced, long awaited second album Phoenix is on track for a Top 20 debut on this week's singles chart. Expect to see this one climb in the coming weeks. 

Further down the latest Official Trending Chart, the brand new single from Mumford & Sons, called Guiding Light, features as it heads for the singles Top 40, Avril Lavigne's comeback track Head Above Water, which details her battle with Lyme Disease, is also proving popular this week. Check out Avril's Top 10 biggest singles in the UK here.

The Official Trending Chart Top 20

POS CLIMB TITLE ARTIST LW CURRENT DIFF PREV PEAK
1   ALL I AM JESS GLYNNE 11 9 2 11
2   FALLING DOWN LIL PEEP & XXXTENTACION NE 10 0  
3   KILLSHOT EMINEM -1 11 0  
4   LET YOU LOVE ME RITA ORA NE 15 0  
5   HIGH HOPES PANIC AT THE DISCO 20 17 3 20
6   LOST WITHOUT YOU FREYA RIDINGS 25 19 6 25
7   THUNDERCLOUDS LSD FT SIA/DIPLO/LABRINTH 23 20 3 22
8   BE ALRIGHT DEAN LEWIS 22 21 1 22
9   NO STYLIST FRENCH MONTANA FT DRAKE NE 22 0  
10   GUIDING LIGHT MUMFORD & SONS NE 30 0  
11   GOODBYE DERULO/GUETTA/MINAJ/WILLIAM 33 32 1 33
12   JUST GOT PAID SIGALA/EYRE/TRAINOR FT MONTANA 37 33 4 37
13   BETTER KHALID 44 40 4  
14   CRB CHECK CHIP FT NOT3S NE 46 0  
15   HEAD ABOVE WATER AVRIL LAVIGNE NE 58 0  
16   HOMERTON B UNKNOWN T 61 60 1  
17 ⬆️⬆️ ONE SHOT MABEL 89 63 26  
18   FROM NOW ON HUGH JACKMAN/GREATEST SHOWMAN 71 66 5  
19   IF LOVE IS THE LAW NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING NE 70 0  
20   DON'T DELETE THE KISSES WOLF ALICE NE 72 0  

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Key

⬆️ - Indicates a climb of 10 places
LW - Last week's Official Singles Chart position
CURRENT - Current position on today's Official Singles Chart sales flash
DIFF - Number of places climbed since the previous week on the Official Singles Chart

Listen to a playlist of this week's Official Trending Chart Top 20 on Spotify below. Click here to listen on Deezer.

About the Official Trending Chart

The Official Trending Chart is a brand new chart launched for 2016 to highlight the hottest new tracks beginning to make an impact in the UK every week.

The Top 20 rundown, published on OfficialCharts.com every Tuesday, based on the first four days’ sales of each chart week, is designed to highlight emerging hits as they begin to scale the Official Charts and build buzz.

The Official Trending Chart ranks titles which are showing week-on-week chart growth, and is the only “new music” chart to reflect audio track sales and streams comprehensively across all services.

Devised by the Official Charts Company in close consultation with labels, retailers and media, the chart since launch has already highlighted emerging hits such as future Number 1 singles Rudimental's These Days, Shotgun by George Ezra, and Jess Glynne's I'll Be There.

The chart is designed to help highlight hit singles in their early stages of their growth, in the light of the shift in release strategies of record labels over the past six months. Under “On Air On Sale”, labels have started to release new music for consumers to buy or stream on the same day as those tracks are released to media (including radio stations and TV).

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