Brits are still lovin on Jack Harlow.
The Louisville rapper landed his first U.K. No. 1 and fourth top 10 last Friday, Nov. 17, when “Lovin On Me” (via Atlantic) debuted at the top spot.
Based on sales and streaming data captured by the Official Charts Company from the first 48 hours of the chart cycle, “Lovin On Me” should stay put when the next chart is published.
The track, which samples Cadillac Dale’s 1995 R&B track “Whatever,” leads thesurvey ahead of The Beatles’ “Now And Then,” which is set to rebound to No. 2. The Beatles’ final song, “Now And Then” recently became the Fab Four’s 18th U.K. No. 1 and dipped 1-6 on the most recent, weekly chart.
Casso, Raye and D-Block Europe’s club cut “Prada” (Ministry of Sound) completes the top three at this early stage in the chart week.
Meanwhile, Tate McRae has her sights set on a fourth U.K. top 10 with “Exes” (RCA), which looks set to enter at No. 10, for the week’s highest new entry. The Canadian artist’s latest hit “Greedy” is still flying high on the U.K. chart, and sits at No. 4 on the latest update – just one spot below its highest chart position.
There’s Christmas cheer in the top tier of the chart blast, as Wham’s “Last Christmas” (Epic) is poised to lift 26-13, and Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” (Columbia) could rise 28-15. Both holiday classics are former No. 1s, and, earlier this month, set a new record for the earliest seasonal appearance of a Christmas song on the tally.
Finally, the Official Charts Company notes, Zara Larsson and David Guetta’s latest collaboration “On My Love” (Black Butter/Parlophone) is on the cusp of its first appearance in the top 20, lifting to 21-18 on the chart blast.
All will be revealed when the Official U.K. Singles Chart is published late Friday, Nov. 24.