OMI has extended his reign at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart for a fourth week with Cheerleader.
The summer anthem celebrates a fourth week at the summit, fending off competition from Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s See You Again, which rebounds from 3 to 2 this week.
Finishing in third place is LunchMoney Lewis’ Bills, while Taylor Swift is this week’s highest new entry with Bad Blood FT Kendrick Lamar. The track - taken from her 1989 album - has soared up the Official Chart this week after the unveiling of its blockbuster music video, which stars the likes of Ellie Goulding, Lena Dunham and Cara Delevigne.
Rounding off the Top 5 and reaching a new peak on the tally is Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber’s Where Are U Now. The track is Skrillex’s biggest UK single to date, besting his previous peak at Number 24 with Bangarang in 2012.
New entries and high climbers
David Guetta celebrates his 21st UK Top 10 hit today with Hey Mama FT Nicki Minaj, climbing from 17 to 10 this week, while Ella Eyre lands her fourth Top 20 single with Together, new at Number 12.
Meanwhile, Hozier’s Someone New jumps five places to 19 for its fourth week in the Top 40, and US singer-songwriter Andie Case makes her UK Top 40 debut with her Jason Derulo cover/mashup Want To Want Me/ I Want You To Want Me.
Finally, Australian indie-pop band Sheppard land at Number 36 with Geronimo, and Jessie J earns her 16th Top 40 hit with Pitch Perfect 2 song Flashlight.