Sam Smith and Kim Petras Set For ‘Unholy’ Debut on U.K. Chart

Sam Smith and Kim Petras Set For ‘Unholy’ Debut on U.K. Chart

Bebe Rexha and David Guetta have had a good week, but they aren’t certain to retain the U.K. singles charts crown ..

Guetta’s and Rexha’s hit, “I’m Good(Blue)” (via Parlophone), faces stiff competition from Sam Smith’s “Unholy (EMI),” which powers to No. 2 on the midweek charts.

Following the first 48 hours in the chart week, just a “handful of units” separated the two singles, the OCC reports, with “I’m Good (Blue)” still at the top of the leaderboard.

Also noteworthy on the Official Chart Update is Luude and Mattafix’s “Big City Life” (Warner Records), which is on track for a 10-7 lift, for what would be a new peak, while homegrown grime star Stormzy should grab his 25th top 40 appearance with “Mel Made Me Do It” (0207/Merky). The seven-minute track is climbing to No. 13 debut.


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On the albums charts blast , D Block Europe leads a close race with Lap 5 which could make the London hip-hop artist its first chart leader.

At this stage, there is not much to be certain.

Take That founding member Mark Owen is just 1,000 chart units adrift in second place with Land of Dreams (BMG), his first solo record in nearly a decade, while Australian pop-rock act 5 Seconds Of Summer’s fifth album 5SOS5 (BMG) is close behind at No. 3 in the midweek survey.

Less Than 1 ,600 unit separates D-Block Europe from Sports Team’s Gulp (Island), which debuted at No. 4 on the Official Chart update.

Also keep an eye out for the top ten finishes of Editors (EBM ,, currently at No. 6 via PIAS Recordings and Beth Orton Weather Active , at Number. 8 via Partisan when the chart is published on Friday.

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