Calvin Harris has scored a new UK Singles Chart personal best with his Dua Lipa collab single “One Kiss.” Per Official Charts, the infectious dance-pop track is holding the No. 1 position on the chart for the seventh week in a row, which eclipses the six-week summit his huge hit “We Found Love” with Rihanna held in 2011.
“One Kiss” previously granted the talented pair the biggest chart-topping combined total on the chart for 2018. This week, “One Kiss” bested Drake’s “Nice For What” (which currently holds No. 2) by 15,000 combined sales and streams. Anne-Marie’s nostalgic and romantic Ed Sheeran collaboration “2002” comes in at No. 3, Ariana Grande clinches No. 4 with “No Tears Left to Cry” and Jess Glynne rounds out the UK Singles Chart Top 5 with “I’ll Be There” in the fifth position.
Over on the UK Official Albums Chart, The Greatest Showman soundtrack earns its staggering 17th non-consecutive week at No. 1, edging out Snow Patrol’s Wildness debut at No. 2. Shawn Mendes’ eponymous debut album is at No. 3 and Ed Sheeran’s Divide notably remains in the UK Albums Top 10 at No. 8, after reaching a 3 million-plus combined sales units milestone. Finally, James Bay’s critically-acclaimed sophomore album Electric Light falls from No. 2 to No. 12 and Dua Lipa’s own self-titled album drops from No. 12 to No. 15.