Drake overcomes the competition to score his tenth week at No.1

It was a close one, but Drake has managed to hold on to the top spot for an incredible 10th week, with One Dance seeing off a strong challenge from French producer Kungs.

Kungs’ remix of Cookin’ On 3 Burners’ This Girl was the midweek leader, but Drake snatched victory – and the Number 1 – by just 1,773 combined chart sales. One Dance, featuring Wizkid and Kyla, is the first song to top the Official Singles Chart for 10 weeks since Rihanna’s Umbrella in 2007.

The Canadian rapper’s first Number 1 as a lead artist was also the most streamed track of the last seven days. One Dance notched up 4.77 million listens this week.

Kungs and Cookin’ On 3 Burners, then, settle for Number 2, while Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop The Feeling slips a place to 3. Calvin Harris and Rihanna also drop one, with This IS What You Came For at Number 4, and Drake and Rihanna both secure a second spot in the Top 5, with their collaboration Too Good moving up one to 5.

Cheat Codes and Kris Kross Amsterdam’s Sex has broken into the Top 10 for the first time, rising two to 9, and David Guetta’s official Euro 2016 This One’s For You, featuring Zara Larsson, rockets 30 places to enter the Top 40 at Number 16 as the tournament gets in full swing.

Also making big gains is Dua Lipa’s Hotter Than Hell, zooming 26 slots to Number 18, and the Stone Roses score their 15th Top 40 hit, with Beautiful Thing going straight in at 21.

Britain’s Got Talent stars the Neales go in at 22 with I’ll Be There, while Tom Odell surges 39 places to Number 40, with Magnetised.

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