Mr Probz spends a third week at the top of Official Streaming Chart

The Dutch hip-hop star sees off the competition to conquer the Official Streaming Chart yet again.

The Dutch hip-hop star sees off the competition to conquer the Official Streaming Chart yet again.

He was knocked off the sales-based Official Singles Chart on Sunday (May 18) after spending two weeks at the top, however, it seems Mr Probz is not quite ready to let go of the Official Streaming Chart title, with Waves becoming the most listened to song in the UK for a third consecutive week.

The track, which has been remixed by German DJ and producer, Robin Schulz, first shot to the top of the chart three weeks ago, ending the month long stalemate that preceded it, and beginning its ongoing reign!

Calvin Harris Summer has climbed a further two places since last week to claim its place at Number 2, while John Legend’s All Of Me, slips one place to Number 3.

Rounding out the Top 5 are Kiesza’s Hideaway, which drops one place to Number 4, and Clean Bandit’s Rather Be FT Jess Glynne which is a non-mover at Number 5.

The chart was revealed by Danielle Couchman on MTV’s new Official Streaming Chart show, which is broadcast on the network’s MTV Music channel between 5 and 7pm every Monday.

New Entries and High Climbers

There are five new entries on the chart this week. Current Number 1 on the sales-based Official Singles Chart, Rita Ora’s I Will Never Let You Down enters the Official Streaming Chart at Number 31.

The first single from Michael Jackson’s posthumous release, Xscape, Love Never Felt So Good, is in at Number 55 while FoxesHolding On To Heaven is at Number 73. UK Eurovision entrant, Molly, is at 79 with Children Of The Universe, followed by Jason Derulo’s Wiggle FT Snoop Dogg, at 80.

Foxes makes her second entry in the Top 100 with Let Go For Tonight, which re-enters the Official Streaming Chart this week at Number 97.

This week’s highest climber is Pitbull’s collaboration with international girlband, G.R.L., Wild Wild Love, which jumps a massive 48 places from Number 98 to 50. Coldplay’s A Sky Full Of Stars, taken from new album Ghost Stories, climbs 46 places to Number 28, while Paloma Faith’s Only Love Can Hurt Like This is up 33 places to Number 67.

Currently touring the UK with The Prismatic World Tour, Katy Perry jumps 27 places to 56 with her latest track, Birthday and finally, David Guetta’s Bad FT Showtek and Vassy continues is ascent on the Official Streaming Chart, climbing a further 12 places to Number 20.

Click here to see the Official Streaming Chart Top 100 in full.

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