Last week, rappers Da Baby and Roddy Ricch reached the top of the UK singles chart with their collaborative cut Rockstar winning their second stay in the attic.
The song leads the top 10 with no new entrants, but the applause that has already made it to the region is moving.
Roddy Ricch is an American rapper along with the singer. He signed with Atlantic Records through his label, Bird Vision Entertainment
DaBaby is an American famous rapper. His single Suge is best known as the lead single for his 2019 debut studio album Baby on Baby. The Suge was a commercial success and finished seventh in the Billboard Hot 100.
Returning to a second-place is Doja Cat’s Say So, which seems to be the next number one in the UK unless something else comes in to stop his decision.
This song was released a few weeks ago and continues to benefit from a remixed version featuring Nicki Minaj, but this song is not credited to him domestically.
Drake’s Toosie Slide dropped to 3rd place, while DTG’s S1mba and Rover moved from 8th to 4th place, making it to the top 5 for the first time.
The single is the biggest hit of both acts. The Powerful and Beabadoobee’s “death bed” remains stable in the 5s.
Next is Megan the Stallion’s Savage. Like Cat’s Say Thor, it’s been booming thanks to a new version of Crash that recently featured Beyonce. The cut goes to No. 6 and returns to No. 3 at the peak.
Weekend Blinding Lights remains 7th, while Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber Stuck With U which opened 4th last week, move to 8th.
AJ Tracey and Dinner Guest moved to No. 9 slightly when the rapper 6ix9ine’s GOOBA dropped from No. 6 to No. 10 when they opened the last turn.