A year after their collaboration, Heatstroke, stalled at No.25, Calvin Harris’ ninth No.1 single blocks Ariana Grande from securing her third.
Harris’ One Kiss pairing with Dua Lipa needed to have another strong week to fight off Grande, and it did, increasing sales 19.08% week-on-week to 83,485 (including 58,508 sales-equivalent streams), the highest tally for a No.1 single thus far this year.
Grande’s 17th hit, and the first from her yet-to-be-named fourth album, No Tears Left To Cry dashed into an ...
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