New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Drake is no stranger to the record books, and his dominant reign at No 1 on the UK Singles Chart could be about to land him another spot in them.
God's Plan, the headline single from Drake's latest EP Scary Hours, has spent eight weeks at the top of the chart, leaving Rudimental
out in the cold at No 2 for the last six with These Days.
had a midweek lead on Drake
last week, Drizzy has turned the tables today, and leads by a narrow 555 copies. Should Drake
hold on, God's Plan will become one of only 21 songs to have achieved nine or more weeks at Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart's 67-year history.
Elsewhere in this week's Top 5, George
Ezra is closing in on a second Top 5 appearance of his career, with Paradise up eight places to Number 4 on today's sales flash.
New entries and high climbers:
Meanwhile, Zedd's The Middle ft. Maren Morris
and Grey he Middle, continues to edge up the Top 10, climbing two places to Number 8 on today's update, and Meant To Be, another country crossover track by Bebe Rexha
ft. Florida Georgia Line, vaults nine to Number 11.
& Paloma Faith's new collaboration Lullaby is also set for a big climb this week, currently up six spots to Number 13.
American rapper and comedian Lil Dicky
is set to score this week's highest new entry with Freaky Friday ft. Chris Brown
(20), and finally, fresh from the release of his album '?', rapper XXXTentacion
has two songs in this week's Top 40: Sad! rises seven to Number 21, and Moonlight is a potential new entry at Number 40.