Elusive London DJ, producer KDA is on course to score this week’s Official Singles Chart Number 1 with Turn The Music Louder (Rumble).
The track, which features Tinie Tempah and Katy B, is currently over 7,000 combined chart sales ahead of its nearest competitor.
If its momentum continues, Turn The Music Louder (Rumble) will mark KDA and Katy B’s first Number 1 single, and Tinie Tempah’s seventh - his most recent being Jess Glynne collaboration Not Letting Go in July. See Tinie Tempah's full Official Chart history.
One Direction are new at Number 2 in today’s Update with Perfect. The track is the second single from the group’s upcoming fifth studio album Made In The A.M., and follows Official Singles Chart Number 1 Drag Me Down.
Canadian DJ and producer Sleepy Tom has teamed up with Diplo for new single Be Right There, which is set to be this week’s highest climber, up 88 places to Number 3 midweek.
The Weeknd’s The Hills begins at Number 4 today, followed by Jamie Lawson’s Wasn’t Expecting That at 5.
2014 X Factor winner Ben Haenow could be set to score a second Official Singles Chart Top 10 with his first single since winning the show, Second Hand Heart feat. Kelly Clarkson (7).
Take That are heading for their 27th UK Top 40 with new single Hey Boy (20), trailed by Taylor Swift’s Wildest Dreams, up 23 places midweek to 22, and Nick Jonas’ Levels, up 13 spots to 33.
Elsewhere, Kygo’s Here For You feat. Ella Henderson ascends 25 places to re-enter the Official Singles Chart Update Top 40 at 35, while Little Mix start at 36 with Weird People.