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Here is our countdown to this weekend's top ten singles.
After an INCREDIBLE television performance of the track on Saturday night, 'Elastic Heart' re-enters the top ten giving the Australian her TWELTH appearance in the Vodafone Big Top 40.
This collaboration between Sigma & Labrinth sneaked into the top ten in the very last minutes before lockdown last weekend edging out Hozier's 'Take Me To Church'. It's climbed one place this weekend at No.9.
Riri surprised us all when she teased something special would be on it's way this week. Little did we know it was going to be a new single! 'B*tch Better Have My Money' is the second track we've heard from 'R8" and it's left us wanting more.
Here we have the ONLY track that hasn't left the top ten since it's release, which is TRULY amazing seeing as 'Uptown Funk' has been available since before Christmas last year (now that's what we call a smash hit).
Well what do we have here? You can wait forever for a new track and then TWO come along at the same time. The Bajan singer's collaboration with Yeezy and Macca spends it's NINTH week in the chart. Picture: Getty
When two of the biggest voices in the music industry collide, you are bound to get something VERY special. Sam and John's joint version of 'Lay Me Down' is hands down, too good!
James Bay is the HOTTEST new artist around and now with his debut album 'Chaos And The Calm' you can only expect more chart magic from the guitarist.
Oooooaaaoohhh I was a king under your control. Have you also been singing this non-stop since the first time you heard it? We can't wait for this trio's debut album 'Communion' later this year.
Both Ed and Rudimental released their music video starring Goodfellas' legend Ray Liotta this week. If you haven't seen it then get to it people!
She has done it! Jess Glynne breaks the trend of spending one week at the top as she fights off the rest of the music industry with 'Hold My Hand'. Congrats Jess.