The previous One Path star enters a second week at No. 1 with “As It Was,” the primary monitor lifted from his forthcoming third studio album, Harry’s Home.
The Brit’s hit single blows away the competitors with a market-leading 7.6 million U.Okay. streams, in line with the OCC. That competitors is led this week by Jack Harlow, whose “First Class” (Atlantic) debuts at No. 2, for the Kentucky rapper’s first U.Okay. Prime 10 look.
“First Class,” which samples from Fergie’s 2007 monitor “Glamorous,” is the brand new No. 1 in Australia this week.
Additional down the listing, there are notable climbs for Cat Burns’ “Go” (up 6-5 by way of RCA/Since 93) and Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran’s “Bam Bam” (up 10-9 by way of Asylum/Columbia), whereas David Guetta, Ella Henderson and Becky Hill debut at No. 20 with their collaboration launch, “Loopy What Love Can Do” (Parlophone).
The EDM tune is Guetta’s forty fourth, Henderson’s eighth and Hill’s fifteenth Prime 40 look, respectively.
Lastly, British rapper Digga D (actual identify Rhys Herbert) has a twelfth Prime 40 entry, with “Maintain It Down” (CGM/EGA). It’s new at No. 35.