Doja Cat’s “Paint The Town Red” remains on top of UK chart
Doja Cat continues her reign at No. 1 in the UK music charts for the second consecutive week with her hit track “Paint The Town Red,” released under the Ministry of Sound label. This song remains the most-streamed track in the country, maintaining its stronghold on the top spot.
Olivia Rodrigo, meanwhile, celebrates her second albums chart title with “Guts,” released via Geffen. Three songs from the album are making waves on the U.K. singles chart, with “Vampire” climbing to No. 2 and “Bad Idea Right” reaching a new peak position at No. 3. Rodrigo’s “Get Him Back” also debuts impressively at No. 7, marking her seventh UK top 10 entry.
Other notable chart climbers include Fred Again and Obongjayar’s “Adore U” at No. 4, Cassö, RAYE & D-Block Europe’s “Prada” at No. 5, and newcomer Kenya Grace’s viral sensation “Strangers,” which rises from 20 to 12 in its second week.
BTS member V achieves his first solo top 40 entry with “Slow Dancing” at No. 24, while Leigh-Anne’s “My Love” featuring Ayra Starr debuts at No. 28, marking their second top 40 appearance.
Legendary rock band The Rolling Stones make a comeback with “Angry” at No. 34, teasing their forthcoming album “Hackney Diamonds.” This achievement adds to their impressive tally of 44 top 40 hits in the U.K. over their storied career.
Lastly, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion make waves with their latest collaboration, “Bongos,” debuting at No. 35. This follows their controversial 2020 hit “WAP,” and it marks Cardi B’s 14th and Megan Thee Stallion’s fifth U.K. top 40 appearance, solidifying their impact on the charts.