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Lil Tjay & 6LACK’s ‘Calling My Cell phone’ set to end Olivia Rodrigo’s reign Quantity 1

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Lil Tjay & 6LACK’s ‘Calling My Cell phone’ set to end Olivia Rodrigo’s reign Quantity 1

The First rate Chart: First Witness, which airs on BBC Radio 1 today between 6pm – 7pm, gives a valuable mark of the Top 20 before Friday’s First rate Singles Chart Top 100. The chart relies totally on preliminary gross sales and early streaming stories.

US rappers/singers Lil Tjay and 6LACK are set to obtain their gigantic breakthroughs this week with contemporary collaboration Calling My Cell phone, which takes an early lead at Quantity 1 on the First rate Chart First Witness. The tune may perhaps end Olivia Rodrigo’s 5-week reign at the top with Drivers License this Friday, must peaceful it handle its most modern momentum.

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Bronx rapper Lil Tjay landed his first UK Top 40 hit ultimate 12 months as a guest characteristic on Pop Smoke’s Top 5 rupture Mood Swings, whereas for Atlanta-born rapper/singer 6LACK, Calling My Cell phone would ticket his first Top 40 single.

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift’s re-recorded model of Treasure Story, now titled Treasure Story (Taylor’s Version), is contemporary at Quantity 4. The contemporary peaked at Quantity 2 in 2008 and marked her first UK chart entry.

Event banger Friday by Riton & Nightcrawlers toes. Mufasa & Hypeman continues to climb, for the time being up yet some other eight areas to Quantity 8, potentially earning the British DJ/producer his first UK Top 10 single.

In a roundabout arrangement, Dua Lipa’s contemporary single We’re Staunch, taken from her newly launched Future Nostalgia (The Moonlight Version) album, starts at Quantity 20.

The First rate Singles Chart Top 100 is published on OfficialCharts.com every Friday at 5.45pm. Listen to the Top 40 countdown stay on BBC Radio 1’s First rate Chart demonstrate with Scott Mills every Friday from 4pm.

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Lil Tjay & 6LACK’s ‘Calling My Cell phone’ set to end Olivia Rodrigo’s reign Quantity 1