The Chainsmokers and Coldplay top this week's Official Trending Chart with Something Just Like This

Plus listen to the Top 20 tracks making a big impact in the UK this week.

The Chainsmokers' surprise collaboration with Coldplay soars to the top of this week's Official Trending Chart.

Something Just Like This was released last Wednesday (February 22) following its unveiling at last week's BRIT Awards. After entering last week's Official Singles Chart at Number 30 after less than 48 hours on sale, the song has risen twenty eight positions to Number 2 on the latest chart update. 

MORE: Look back at each and every Number 1 on the Official Trending Chart

The Chainsmokers previously hit Number 1 on the Official Trending Chart with Closer, which featured Halsey. That song went on to also reach the top spot on the Official Singles Chart; will they be able to replicate the success with their latest offering? 

Calvin Harris also makes a massive impact on this week's trending Top 20 with Slide, his new collaboration with Frank Ocean and Migos, which is currently sitting just outside the Top 10 on the latest Top 40 sales flash.

Other brand new tracks released last Friday (Feb 24) that are making an impact this week include Jason Derulo's Swalla and Kato, Sigala and Hailee Steinfeld's Show You Love and John Mayer's Still Feel Like Your Man.

Stormzy and Future each have two entries on the Official Trending Chart following the release of their respective albums Gang Signs and Prayer and HNDRXX this week. 

Finally, the title track of a new David Bowie EP called No Plan impacts this week's trending Top 20. The mini collection - made of Bowie's final recordings for new musical Lazarus - was released this week to celebrate what would have been the music icon's 70th birthday.

This week's Official Trending Chart Top 20 is...

POS CLIMB TITLE ARTIST LW CURRENT DIFF PREV PEAK
1  ⬆⬆ SOMETHING JUST LIKE THIS CHAINSMOKERS & COLDPLAY 30 2 28  30
2   SLIDE CALVIN HARRIS FT FRANK OCEAN & MIGOS NEW 11 0  
3   SKIN RAG'N'BONE MAN 20 16 4 20 
4   CIAO ADIOS ANNE-MARIE 21 20 1 21
5   PLAY THAT SONG TRAIN 27 21 6 21
6   COLD STORMZY NEW 22 0  
7   FIRST THINGS FIRST STORMZY NEW 23 0  
8   SWALLA JASON DERULO NEW 27 0  
9   COLD MAROON 5 FT FUTURE 32 29 3 32 
10   STAY ZEDD FT ALESSIA CARA NEW 31 0  
11   LOVE LANA DEL REY 41 33 8  
12  ⬆⬆ THE SOUND 1975 68 37 31 15 
13  ⬆⬆ THAT'S WHAT I LIKE BRUNO MARS 72 44 28  
14   BELIEVER IMAGINE DRAGONS 47 47 0  
15   SHOW YOU LOVE KATO FT SIGALA & HAILEE STEINFELD NEW 67 0  
16   NO PLAN DAVID BOWIE NEW 76 0  
17 ⬆⬆  HURTS EMELI SANDE 146 78 68 22 
18 ⬆  LOVE MY LIFE ROBBIE WILLIAMS 93 81 12 22
19   COMIN OUT STRONG FUTURE NEW 93 0  
20   STILL FEEL LIKE YOUR MAN JOHN MAYER NEW 101 0  

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Key

⬆ - Indicates a climb of 10 places
LW - Last week's Official Singles Chart position
CURRENT - Current position on today's Official Singles Chart sales flash
DIFF - Number of places climbed since the previous week on the Official Singles Chart

Listen to a playlist of this week's Official Trending Chart Top 20 on Spotify hereClick here to listen on Deezer.

About the Official Trending Chart

The Official Trending Chart is a brand new chart launched for 2016 to highlight the hottest new tracks beginning to make an impact in the UK every week.

The Top 20 rundown, published on OfficialCharts.com every Tuesday, based on the first four days’ sales of each chart week, is designed to highlight emerging hits as they begin to scale the Official Charts and build buzz.

The Official Trending Chart ranks titles which are showing week-on-week chart growth, and is the only “new music” chart to reflect audio track sales and streams comprehensively across all services.

Devised by the Official Charts Company in close consultation with labels, retailers and media, the chart since launch has highlighted emerging hits such as Number 1 single One Dance by Drake, and The Chainsmokers & Halsey's chart topper Closer.

The chart is designed to help highlight hit singles in their early stages of their growth, in the light of the shift in release strategies of record labels over the past six months. Under “On Air On Sale”, labels have started to release new music for consumers to buy or stream on the same day as those tracks are released to media (including radio stations and TV).