Drake beats Calvin Harris and Rihanna to Number 1

It’s another big week for Drake on the Official Singles Chart, as One Dance fends off some strong competition to continue its lead at Number 1.

The track logs a fourth stint at the summit this week, holding off a challenge from Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s collaboration This Is What You Came For, new at Number 2.

And the love for One Dance is going anywhere yet: this week the song racks up 141,000 chart sales – it’s biggest one-week total yet. It also sets a new one-week streaming record, notching up a massive 8.95 million streams over the last week, beating his own record set last week.

Meanwhile, Calvin and Rihanna’s This Is What You Came For settles for second place with 107,000 combined sales, earning Calvin his 20th Top 10 single. See his full Official Chart history here.

The rest of this week’s Top 5 is made up of Sia’s Cheap Thrills at 3, Mike Posner’s I Took A Pill In Ibiza at 4, and Fifth Harmony’s Work From Home at 5.

Production duo Galantis earn their third Top 10 this week with No Money, climbing four places to Number 8, Beyonce’s Hold Up moves six spots to Number 11, and DJ Snake’s Middle ft. Bipolar Sunshine lifts six spots to 12.

There are three more big climbers on this week’s Official Singles Chart: Desiigner’s Panda vaults ten places to 15, Drake’s Pop Style is up 25 spots to 34, and Nick Jonas’ Close ft. Tove Lo makes its Top 40 debut, up six to 39.

See this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 100 in full