Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber have logged one more week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart, hopping into the history books all the while.
Despacito has now sat on top for nine non-back to back weeks, ending up noticeably just the twentieth melody in UK graph history to burn through at least nine weeks at Number 1. The tune figured out how to clutch the best spot in the wake of amassing 6.7 million streams and 28,000 downloads.
It’s additionally uplifting news for Calvin Harris, Pharrell, Katy Perry and Big Sean this week. The quartet have worked together on Calvin’s track Feels, which buoys to another pinnacle of Number 4, ascending two spots. The track is Calvin’s nineteenth Top 5 hit and Katy Perry’s thirteenth.
New sections and high climbers
Sigala and Ella Eyre climb six spots to Number 6 with Came Here For Love, while Rudimental and James Arthur’s Sun Comes Up additionally rises six to Number 18. There’s another top for Major Lazer too this week, Know No Better including Travis Scott, Camila Cabello and Quavo bounced up seven to Number 19.
Calvin Harris is back once more, this time as the week’s most noteworthy climber. Slide, the previous Number 10 hit highlighting Frank Ocean and Migos rises 12 to Number 21.
In the mean time, two tracks discharged last Friday make a big appearance inside the Top 40: Russian DJ Zedd has tag collaborated with Liam Payne on Get Low, which begins 26, in front of Kesha’s rebound song of praise Praying, which opens at Number 30.
At last, Jax Jones’ most recent track Instruction highlighting Demi Lovato and Stefflon Don rockets nine spots to Number 38.1 of 1