Cassö, RAYE and D-Block Europe’s “Prada” (Ministry of Sound) moves into pole position in the U.K. chart race.
Based on midweek sales and streaming data published by the Official Charts Company, “Prada” is on track for its.
The bouncing electronic track bumps Kenya Grace’s “Strangers” (RCA) into second place on the chart blast, though less than 400 chart units separate the two singles, the OCC reports.
Meanwhile, Canadian pop artist Tate McRae is very much in the hunt with her viral number “Greedy” (Ministry of Sound) at No. 3 on the Official Chart Update, less than 1,300 chart units behind the leader.
South African Afrobeats at Tyla is set for a rise to No. 4 with her breakthrough “Water” (RCA), while could Chase & Status, Bou, Flowdan’s “Baddadan” (No. 5 via EMI) and Sonny Fodera, MK and Clementine Douglas’s “Asking” (No. 6 via Solotoko) are poised for new peak spots.
Hot producer Fred Again should nab the week’s highest debut with “Ten” (Atlantic), his collaboration with Jozzy, new at No. 15 on the chart blast, while indie “supergroup” boygenius (aka Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus) is close behind with “Black Hole” (Interscope) set to debut at No. 18.
British rock band Bring Me The Horizon is looking at a seventh top 40 appearance with “Darkside” (RCA), new at No. 20 on the Official Chart Update.
All will be revealed when the Official U.K. Singles Chart is published Friday, Oct. 20.