Drake sees off Kungs to claim longest running Number 1 of the digital age

Looks like Drake really is unstoppable – he’s done it again.

The Canadian rapper’s One Dance, featuring Wizkid and Kyla, held off a midweek challenge from French producer Kungs to claim the Number 1 prize for an astonishing 11th week. This makes One Dance the longest running chart-topper of the digital age, since 2004 and the introduction of legal download services.

It was pretty close, with just over 3,000 combined chart separating Drake from Kungs vs Cookin’ On 3 Burners’ This Girl, which settles for runner-up position today.

Drake was the most streamed track of the week, too, notching up 4.67 million listens over the last seven days.

Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop The Feeling holds firm at 3, while Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s This Is What You Came For stays at 4. Drake and Rihanna both make another appearance in the Top 5 – their collab Too Good is a non-mover at 5.

Sigala’s teamup with John Newman and Nile Rodgers, Give Me Your Love, zooms 82 places to Number 9, and Adele’s Send My Love (To Your New Lover) rises 10 spots to 15 to break the Top 20 for the first time.

Britain’s Got Talent star Calum Scott’s cover of Robyn’s Dancing On My Own bounces 12 places to 16, and Bastille return to the Top 40 with a brand new entry – Good Grief is at 25.

Ariana Grande’s Into You hits a new chart peak, advancing eight places to 26, and Twenty One Pilots are new at 33 with Heathens.

Shawn Mendes’ Treat You Better is up 7 to Number 38, and US hiphop star Kent Jones vaults 21 places to 39 with Don’t Mind, his first UK chart hit.

Click here to see this week’s Top 100 Official Singles Chart in full