On Sunday Jason Derulo took the Official Singles Chart Number 1 spot from Katy Perry with his new track ‘Talk Dirty’ featuring 2 Chainz.
According to information released earlier today by the Official Charts Company Jason Derulo looks set to remain at the top of the charts for a second week.
‘Talk Dirty’ which was Jason Derulo’s third UK Number 1 single became the fourth fastest selling single of 2013 when it became number 1 this past Sunday and it also was named his fastest selling single of his career.
At this mid-week chart update Jason Derulo looks set to continue his number 1 streak for a second week as he is currently outselling Katy Perry and ‘Roar’ (which is at Number 2) by more than 7,500 copies.
Elsewhere in the Top 5 this week ‘Counting Stars’ by OneRepublic has climbed one place into Number (3) while ‘Hold On We’re Going Home’ by Drake (featuring Majid Jordan) climbs three places into Number (4).
Finally, at Number (5) in this mid week update is Avicii with ‘You Make Me’
Looking at new entries and high climbers at this stage Sub Focus (UK Producer Nick Douwma) featuring Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke is new in at Number (12) this week.
Haim, the group of sisters from Los Angeles (pictured below) look set to score their third Top 40 single with ‘The Wire’ which is at Number (14). ‘Sexy Lady’ by Jessie J is new in at Number (21). The track is taken from her new album ‘Alive’ which was released at the beginning of the week.
Capital Cities are set to make their debut in the Official Singles Chart with their hit ‘Safe And Sound’ which is at Number (28).
‘TKO’ by Justin Timberlake is this week’s highest climber in the mid week stage as it soars 58 places into Number (31). The track has been taken from his forthcoming album ‘The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2’ which is due to be released this coming Monday (30th of September).
Demi Lovato’s ‘Skyscraper’ climbs 42 places this week into Number (19) while ‘Supersoaker’ by Kings of Leon climbs 32 places into Number (36) following the release of their new album ‘Mechanical Bull’.