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Calvin Harris & Sam Smith Scores 4th Week At UK Singles No 1 With 'Promises'

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) There's no breaking Calvin Harris and Sam Smith's Promises - the duo have chalked up another week at the top of the UK Singles Chart. The pair's dance collaboration finished over 6,500 combined sales of nearest rival Eastside, from Benny Blanco and Halsey, to rule No 1 for a fourth week, notching up 6.6 million plays across streaming services.
Calvin made chart history with Promises, his tenth No 1 overall, and eighth of the decade, giving him more chart-toppers since 2010 than any other artist. Sam isn't far behind: Promises is his seventh No 1.

Elsewhere in the Top 5, the week's most-streamed song from Kanye West and Lil Pump, I Love It, scored 7.32 million listens and holds firm at 3, while Marshmello and Bastille's Happier climbs a place to a new peak at 4.

Jess Glynne's All I Am breaks the Top 10, advancing two slots to 9, while the week's highest new entry is the posthumous collaboration between Lil Peep and XXXTentacion, Falling Down, in at 10. Co-written by ILoveMakonnen, Falling Down features a verse by XXXTentacion's which was recorded after Lil Peep's death as a tribute, only for XXXTentacion himself to pass away months later.

Eminem is new at 13 with Killshot, a response to Machine Gun Kelly's diss track Rap Devil; Rita Ora is new at 14 with Let You Love Me; Australian singer-songwriter Dean Lewis' Be Alright breaks the Top 20 at 18; while Freya Ridings' Lost Without You reaches a new peak climbing five to 20.

French Montana is a new entry at 21 with No Stylist, featuring Drake; Khalid's Better rockets 13 places to 31, while Mumford & Sons round off the new entries, starting at 40 with Guiding Light, the lead single from their forthcoming album Delta.






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