The Weeknd are on the cusp of an unlikely UK Top 5 hit with ‘Die For You’ (via Republic Records/XO), seven years after its release.
Based on sales and streaming data taken from the first 48 hours of chart week, “Die For You” is set to surge 37 to 4 thanks to the release of a remix with Ariana Grande last week. .
The original cut appeared on the Canadian R&B star’s Billboard #200 album star boy Since 2016 (star boy peaked at number five in the UK aggregate).
Pink is currently topping the official UK album charts. trust fall (RCA), her fourth No. Produced by Fred Again, this title her track is poised to climb her number 11 spot. a million dreamswhich also peaked at number 11.
Brit Award-winning British singer-songwriter George Ezra is trying to return to the Top 10 with “Green Green Grass” (Columbia). The song, which was originally his No. 3 in July 2022, bounces to his No. 10 on the First Look chart.
Another viral tune is strolling through singles surveys. Mae Stevens’ ‘If We Ever Broke Up’ (EMI) became the first British singer-songwriter to hit the Top 40 last week (up 23 from 45), and is on the cusp of making her first Top 20 entry. Aggregation of first look.
At the top of the chart explosion, Miley Cyrus looks set to hit No. 1 for the seventh week in a row with “Flowers,” while Pink Panteles’ “Boy’s a Liar” looks set to hold on to No. 2.
About 3,000 chart units separate the top two tracks in the early stages of chart week, according to the Official Charts Company.
All will be revealed when the official UK Singles Chart is published later on Friday.