Stormzy continues to own the Official Singles Chart, extending his run at Number 1 to a third week with Own It ft. Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy.
The track is Stormzy's third UK chart-topper, following 2019's Vossi Bop and Take Me Back To London (with Ed Sheeran). View Stormzy's Official Chart history in full.
Watch Stormzy celebrate the news earlier this month below:
Meanwhile, Future’s brand-new track Life Is Good ft. Drake is this week’s highest new entry, debuting at Number 3. It marks Future’s highest charting song in the UK and first Top 10 – his previous best was Mask Off, which topped out at Number 22 in 2017. For Drake, it becomes his 18th UK Top 10.
Elsewhere in the Top 10, Roddy Ricch’s breakthrough track The Box climbs 11 places to a new peak at Number 5, and The Weeknd rises two spots to Number 8 with Blinding Lights.
Further down, Stormzy’s diss track aimed at Wiley, Still Disappointed, lands at Number 21, the title track from Selena Gomez’s new album Rare is new at Number 28, and Halsey’s You Should Be Sad becomes her ninth UK Top 40, new at Number 37.