Mood by 24kGoldn claims a third week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart

Plus, nine singles enter the Top 40 for the first time - including seven brand new releases.

24kGoldn’s Mood ft. Iann Dior lands a third week at Number 1 as nine tracks enter this week’s Top 40 for the first time.

Mood finishes the week ahead by 10,000 chart sales, notching up a total of 6.5 million streams. Quickly picking up steam and climbing two places to Number 3 this week, Lemonade by Internet Money ft. Gunna, Don Toliver and Nav was streamed 4.7 million times in the UK this week to reach this new peak.

UFO by D-Block Europe ft. Aitch claims the highest new entry of the week, entering at Number 11 to become D-Block Europe’s fifth Top 20 single, and Aitch’s seventh.

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Further down, Shawn Mendes’ new single Wonder enters at 21 – his first single since 2019’s Number 1 smash Senorita with Camila Cabello – and former Love Island contestant Wes Nelson proves his musical savvy as his debut single, Hardy Caprio collaboration See Nobody, rockets 30 places to Number 22, entering the Top 40 for the first time.

View the history of every Number 1 single here

Bryson Tiller debuts at Number 24 with Outta Time ft. Drake, from his new album Anniversary. 21 Savage & Metro Boomin’s Mr Right Now ft. Drake debuts at Number 28 following the release of their joint album Savage Mode II while Levitating by Dua Lipa re-enters the chart at Number 30 following a new remix featuring DaBaby.

Lo-fi US pop soloist Ritt Momney earns his first Top 40 single with Put Your Records On (33), a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s 2006 Number 2 hit which recently gained traction on TikTok. Jorja Smith lands her fifth Top 40 hit with Come Over ft. Popcaan (35).

Miley Cyrus’ viral cover of Blondie’s Heart of Glass debuts at Number 38, and finally South Korean group Blackpink round off at Number 40 with Lovesick Girls from their new album The Album.

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what sounds a brilliant idea for the future as streaming is overtaking the pure sales and killing it, for Singles charts for radio 1, do u think ? we should limit the spins of free play on paid subscription and non paid with ads like
spotify to 6 times play for the track free that you love than you pay
50p for the track forever! and after you pay (the spins count will be
stop per unit/house/etc from your account) in that way it stop added false streaming points via free spin/playlist/shares to total units complete and beyond for modern tracks. as the paid tracks from
download or physical (Pure sales) will still be 1-1 copys as it should be as you pay for the track, or maybe I Tunes should drop all tracks to below 75p even as low as 35p a track to boost download specs, in this way we get back up to 200K each week for a top tune and beyond, as overall data show today charts it struggling to get 150k+units even at christmas for a top song, as that way its a true reflection, then all this
ridiculous fake million or fake 2 million unit that are from streaming compared to pure sales,


Joshua Sombra


Jokes on you. This song is not even good and it is still on No.1? Omg, why do I have to be in a world where so many people listen to rap and it goes on the top spot, it really frustrates me. It didn't deserve the hype and the No.1 spot. Some other song should of stopped it from going to No.1 which would have been great.




To be fair there are other charts with official sources on here like sales, downloads and physical Charts online u can be proud off,
u wont find yourself frustration, radio 1 teams with singles from official charts to add streaming points to units (and a misleading way to add more units for modern hits and non physical or non paid digital track to bypass /some weekly data figures added from points to a huge massive sum/spins by the month and so on) , just because radio 1 says it the official one that count, other charts do matters,, it radio 1 system, times have change now, radio 1 is a world class radio charts but with singles charts u know it adds (with Playlist share/Streaming points/ACR) Unlike its US equivalent, the UK chart has never counted airplay, but
one of the most controversial parts of its current system is that it
does count “passive listens” through streaming services. These are songs
streamed as a result of being in a playlist, rather than having been
deliberately sought out by the listener. Considering many of the biggest
playlists are owned and operated by major labels, it’s hard not to see
this as tantamount to authorised chart-hyping.