Brits are nonetheless lovin on Jack Harlow.
The Louisville rapper landed his first U.Ok. No. 1 and fourth prime 10 final Friday, Nov. 17, when “Lovin On Me” (through Atlantic) debuted on the prime spot.
Primarily based on gross sales and streaming knowledge captured by the Official Charts Firm from the primary 48 hours of the chart cycle, “Lovin On Me” ought to keep put when the following chart is printed.
The observe, which samples Cadillac Dale’s 1995 R&B observe “No matter,” leads the First Look survey forward of The Beatles’ “Now And Then,” which is about to rebound to No. 2. The Beatles’ ultimate track, “Now And Then” lately turned the Fab 4’s 18th U.K. No. 1 and dipped 1-6 on the latest, weekly chart.
Casso, Raye and D-Block Europe’s membership lower “Prada” (Ministry of Sound) completes the highest three at this early stage within the chart week.
In the meantime, Tate McRae has her sights set on a fourth U.Ok. prime 10 with “Exes” (RCA), which seems to be set to enter at No. 10, for the week’s highest new entry. The Canadian artist’s newest hit “Grasping” continues to be flying excessive on the U.Ok. chart, and sits at No. 4 on the newest replace – only one spot under its highest chart place.
There’s Christmas cheer within the prime tier of the chart blast, as Wham’s “Final Christmas” (Epic) is poised to raise 26-13, and Mariah Carey’s “All I Need For Christmas Is You” (Columbia) may rise 28-15. Each vacation classics are former No. 1s, and, earlier this month, set a brand new file for the earliest seasonal appearance of a Christmas track on the tally.
Lastly, the Official Charts Firm notes, Zara Larsson and David Guetta’s newest collaboration “On My Love” (Black Butter/Parlophone) is on the cusp of its first look within the prime 20, lifting to 21-18 on the chart blast.
All shall be revealed when the Official U.Ok. Singles Chart is printed late Friday, Nov. 24.