Belfast Telegraph

Drake settling in for fourth week in the top spot

The Canadian rapper has already been number one in the singles chart for three weeks.

Drake (PA)
Drake (PA)

Drake’s chart domination looks set to continue, with the rapper’s latest single on course for a fourth week at number one.

In My Feelings has already clocked up three consecutive weeks in the top spot and is leading the field at the midweek stage, said the Official Charts Company.

The track tops Monday’s singles chart update, based on digital downloads plus audio and video streams from across the last three days.

Following the release of its music video last Friday, a spike in streaming is expected on this week’s Top 40.

Drake, whose One Dance topped the charts for 15 weeks in 2016, leads George Ezra’s Shotgun, which is currently in second place.

George Ezra (PA)

DJ Khaled’s No Brainer featuring Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper and Quavo could advance one slot to three, Youngblood’s 5 Seconds Of Summer is in fourth and Rise, by Jonas Blue featuring Jack & Jack, is in fifth.

In the album chart, the official soundtrack of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is hanging onto the number one position and looks to be settling in for a third week at the summit.

Mancunian band James could clinch this week’s highest new entry.

The group’s 15th studio album Living In Extraordinary Times is new at two, which would match the peak position of their last album The Girl At The End Of The World.

Travis Scott is on track to reach his highest UK chart position yet with his third album Astroworld, new at four at the midweek stage.

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