Airplay analysis: Jess Glynne scores fifth radio No.1

Jess Glynne is still in hot pursuit of her seventh No.1 on the OCC chart with I’ll Be There but the track can’t possibly go any higher on the radio airplay chart, where it sprints 4-1 this week to become her fifth chart-topper, ending the three-week reign of Ariana Grande’s No Tears Left To Cry. 

Glynne previously topped the chart with Clean Bandit collaboration Rather Be in 2014, solo hits Hold My Hand and Don’t Be Hard On Yourself (both ...

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