New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Drake is facing competition from Rudimental
on this week's UK Singles Chart as the London band's new single These Days challenges for No 1. The track, which features Jess Glynne
and Macklemore, soars from 11 to No 2 on today's UK Chart Update, behind Drake's God's Plan by 5,000 combined sales at the midway point of the chart week.
last reached the top of the UK Singles Chart in 2013, with Waiting All Night featuring Ella Eyre.
US band Portugal. The Man
are on course to crack the Top 10 with Feel It Still, currently up six places to No 7 some 28 weeks after first entering the Top 100, and Camila
Cabello's Never Be The Same rebounds six places to No 8.
This week's highest new entry looks set to come from The Weeknd
- his new track Pray For Me with Kendrick Lamar
is currently at No 16. The song features on the upcoming soundtrack for Marvel superhero movie Black
Elsewhere, two tracks from Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods album are set for a boost this week: Say Something ft. Chris Stapleton
is so far up ten places to 22, and Filthy is up 13 to 33.
Finally, more singles that could break this week's Top 40 are Jumanji by UK rapper B Young
(up nine to 34), Kojo Funds' Check ft. Raye is new at 38, rising star Tom Walker
lifts five places to 39 with Leave A Light On, and Hailee Steinfeld
& Florida George
Line's Let Me Go ft. Alesso
and Watt hops two spots to 40.