Guess Which MTV Crashes Plymouth Performer Might Be No.1 This Weekend...
This week's Official Chart Update is a right nail biter!
After entering the charts last week on streams alone, MTV Crashes Plymouth performer David Zowie is headed for his first UK No.1 on Sunday, and the first ever Friday Official Chart No.1, with his dancefloor destroyer 'House Every Weekend' after climbing 51 places to sit at the top of this week's Top 40.
The Brit DJ who plays our Day 2 Club MTV special down on the South Coast on the 23rd July alongside Steve Aoki, Oliver Heldens, Deorro, DJ Fresh and Route 94 (get your tickets here), however faces competition from Years & Years and Fifth Harmony in today's Official Chart Update...
Yes, Years & Years are currently giving Zowie, something to sweat about with 'Shine', their follow up to the chart-topping 'King' new in at No.2 this week, while Fifth Harmony look set to score their highest UK chart position yet, with 'Worth It' Ft. Kid Ink climbing 48 places to No.3.
Down three places to No.4 is Lost Frequencies with 'Are You With Me', while Tinie Tempah and Jess Glynne slip three places to No.5 with 'Not Letting Go'.
WALK THE MOON fall two spots to No.6 with 'Shut Up And Dance' and Rita Ora's 'Poison' finds itself at No.7 this week.
Birdy's 2013 track 'Wings' shoots into the Top 10 (for the first time) at No.8 after featuring in the new Lloyds Bank TV ad, while Krept & Konan hold firm at No.9 with 'Freak Of The Week' Ft. Jeremih.
Rounding things off at No.10 is Flo Rida's 'I Don't Like It, I Love It' Ft. Robin Thicke and Verdine White.
Check back on FRIDAY when the brand new Official UK Singles Chart Top 40 is unveiled in its new slot.
Make sure you're following @MTVMusicUK to see if David Zowie holds onto his lead.
Chart information © Official Charts Company 2015.
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