BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge Allstars leading the way to Number 1 with charity single Times Like These

The new Official Chart: First Look, which pretense on BBC Radio 1 today between 6pm – 7pm, offers a first look of the Top 20 in front of Friday’s Official Singles Chart Top 100. The graph depends on fundamental deals and early gushing reports.

BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge Allstars are as of now driving the accuse for Number 1 of Times Like These. The front of the Foo Fighters great is performed by 23 of the greatest names in music and was discharged last Thursday (April 23). Stunningly, it appeared at Number 5 a week ago after only a couple of long periods of deals and streams.

Things are tight at the top anyway with The Weeknd hoping to close the hole before the week is out, the Canadian’s previous Number 1 Blinding Lights trails behind by just 5,300 diagram deals and is the more grounded of the two tracks on spilling administrations. For Times Like These to clutch the top spot, fans should proceed with their help by downloading and gushing the melody consistently.

Continues of the tune are going to BBC Children In Need and Comic Relief, to offer basic help to individuals over the UK who will be essentially affected by the coronavirus emergency.

In the event that the Live Lounge Allstars can keep up their lead, it will stamp two distinctive cause singles beating the outline in the same number of weeks.

A week ago’s record-breaking Number 1 from Captain Tom Moore and Michael Ball could see a second week in the Top 10, right now sitting at Number 3.

The 1975 could procure the current week’s most noteworthy new passage with If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), at Number 7 on the present deals streak.

YouTuber-turned-rapper KSI could show up in the current week’s diagram with Houdini ft. Swarmz and Tion Wayne (11) – his fourth Top 40 single on the off chance that it remains on target.

At long last, subsequent to debuting the single on online multi-player computer game Fortnite, Travis Scott and Kid Cudi could make a Top 20 presentation with The Scotts (13).

The Official Chart First Look depends on primer deals and spilling information from the initial 48 hours of the current week’s outline race, the more full picture will develop as more information shows up consistently.

The last Official Chart Top 40 will be uncovered on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart with Scott Mills this Friday from 4pm, with the full Official Singles Chart Top 100 distributed on from 5.45pm.