Wiley’s track Heatwave is still the most listened to song in the UK, spending a second week at Number 1 on the Official Streaming Chart.
The East London rapper knocked then reigning chart topper Florence And The Machine into second place last week, and the London band haven’t been able to budge him this week. Their track Spectrum is currently at Number 2.
The Official Streaming Chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company on behalf of the British music industry, and has been running since May. It is the first chart which ranks audio streams from both ad-funded and subscription streaming services in the UK, which reflects the increasing interest in the new generation of music services such as Spotify, Deezer, Napster and We7.
Calvin Harris and Example’s We’ll Be Coming Back climbs up two places from Number 5 to Number 3, while former Official Streaming Chart Number 1, Payphone by Maroon 5, slips down a place to Number 4. Carly Rae Jepsen’s mega hit Call Me Maybe spends its sixteenth week in the Top 5, falling one place to Number 5.
There are a total of ten new entries in this week’s Official Streaming Chart. Sam And The Womp, who are Number 1 in the Official Singles Chart, are new in at Number 18 with Bom Bom, while Taylor Swift’s We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together, debuts at Number 27.
Jessie Ware has two new tracks in this week’s chart - Wildest Moments enters at Number 43, and Running is at Number 76. Trey Songz' Simply Amazing is at 50, and Devlin and Ed Sheeran’s (All Along The) Watchtower is at 68. Public Enemy’s track Harder Than You Think, which has been used in Channel 4's Paralympic Games advertising, is at 69.
Cheryl’s forthcoming single Under The Sun debuts at 71, while Oasis’ Wonderwall enters at 83. Muse’s London 2012 Olympic Games track, Survival, completes this week’s new entries.