The "body-positive" track has climbed 32 places to the top spot this week, notching up a combined chart tally of nearly 144,000 copies. Clean Bandit’s Rather Be FT Jess Glynne (which sold nearly 163,000 copies in its first week, back in January) holds the record for the highest first week sales of the year.
"It feels unreal! I still don't believe it! Especially on my first single. It's incredible!" Meghan tells OfficialCharts.com.
Not content with just racking up huge sales, last week All About That Bass also became the first song to ever enter the Top 40 based on streams alone. Meghan reflects, "My mom was the first one to tell me I was breaking records in the UK. I had to read it myself to believe it. It feels amazing."
All About That Bass is also the most streamed track of the week, having been listened to nearly 1.4 million times in the last seven days, with streams contributing over 9% of the song’s combined chart sales figure.
Five other tracks have been streamed over 1 million times this week; Calvin Harris’ Blame FT John Newman (1.3m), Taylor Swift’s Shake If Off (1.2m), Lilly Wood & Robin Schulz’s Prayer In C (1.2m), Sam Smith’s I’m Not The Only One (1m) and Magic!’s Rude (1m).
Elsewhere in the chart, Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj’s former chart-topper Bang Bang slides one place today to Number 2, while Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off holds firm at Number 3.
Drum and bass duo Sigma are down two places to Number 4 with Changing FT Paloma Faith, and rounding out the Top 5 is Calvin Harris’ Blame FT John Newman (Number 5).
Further to Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass (Number 1), there are six new entries in today’s Official Singles Chart Top 40.
Belgian producer The Magician scores this week’s highest new entry with Sunlight FT Years and Years vocalist Olly Alexander (7), while Labrinth scores his eighth UK Top 20 single with Let It Be (11).
British singer/songwriter Ella Eyre racks up a second solo Top 20 with Comeback (12), and production duo Gorgon City score their third Top 20 with Unmissable FT Zak Abel (19).
Jessie Ware nabs a second Top 40 in just two months with ballad Say You Love Me (22), which was co-written by chart favourite Ed Sheeran, and has become her highest charting single to date.
Finally, Jamie T’s Zombie climbs 12 places to Number 36. The track is taken from Jamie’s third studio album Carry On The Grudge, which enters the Official Albums Chart at Number 4 today.
|1||ALL ABOUT THAT BASS||MEGHAN TRAINOR|
|2||BANG BANG||JESSIE J/GRANDE/MINAJ|
|3||SHAKE IT OFF||TAYLOR SWIFT|
|4||CHANGING||SIGMA FT PALOMA FAITH|
|5||BLAME||CALVIN HARRIS FT JOHN NEWMAN|
|6||BLAME IT ON ME||GEORGE EZRA|
|7||SUNLIGHT||MAGICIAN FT YEARS & YEARS|
|8||PRAYER IN C||LILLY WOOD & ROBIN SCHULZ|
|9||I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE||SAM SMITH|
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