Charts analysis: It's a Funky Friday for Dave & Fredo

Winning a closely contested battle for chart supremacy, Funky Friday opens atop the chart for Dave & Fredo.

Becoming the first single to debut at No.1 since Drake’s Nice For What in April, and the first by a British act since Ed Sheeran’s Shape Of You in January 2017, the track’s consumption of 54,421 units was 5.38% above the 51,641 sales of Calvin Harris & Sam Smith’s Promises, which consequently drifts to No.2 after five weeks in pole position.

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