Wiz Khalifa claims second week at Number 1, breaks streaming record

Fast & Furious 7 track See You Again breaks the UK all-time streaming record once again.

Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s Fast & Furious 7 track See You Again has topped the Official Singles Chart for a second week.

The Paul Walker tribute track last week overtook Ellie Goulding’s Love Me Like You Do to become the fastest-selling single of the year so far, and has this week added another 142,000 combined chart sales to its total tally.

See You Again has also broken the UK’s all-time streaming record once again, racking up a massive 3.72 million listens in the last seven days, outdoing last week’s record-breaking total of 3.68 million.

Speaking to OfficialCharts.com about the success of the track, Khalifa said: “I was really honoured to be asked to be a part of this song in paying tribute to Paul Walker. I hope we did him proud.”

Elsewhere, OMI’s Cheerleader - which counts an impressive 3.33 million streams this week - holds firm at Number 2, followed by former chart-topper Jess Glynne’s Hold My Hand (3).

Clean Bandit score this week’s highest new entry with Stronger (4). The track, which features vocals from Glee star Alex Newell and Sean Bass, marks the quartet’s fifth UK Top 40.

Finally, Nick Jonas climbs one place to re-enter the Top 5 today with Jealous (5).

New entries and high climbers

There are two further new entries in today’s Official Singles Chart Top 40.

French DJ/producer Michael Calfan scores his debut UK Top 40 with house track Treasured Soul (17), while highest climber of the week, Skrillex & Diplo’s Where Are U Now FT Justin Bieber, is up 13 places to Number 32.

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