Artists for Grenfell are holding firm at the top of the Official Singles Chart Update
Artists for Grenfell's reworking of Bridge Over Troubled Water is on course for a second week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.
In today's Official Chart Update, the charity record, in aid of the victims and families of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, is over 13,000 downloads and streaming equivalent sales ahead of the closest competition.
Featuring the likes of Robbie Williams, Roger Daltrey, Rita Ora, Stormzy, Leona Lewis and some 50+ others, the song shifted more copies in its first day on sale than any other song has this decade. The Simon & Garfunkel cover topped the Official Singles Chart last Friday after being released just two days earlier.
Also in today's halftime sales flash is another charity single. Smile For Bradley, a cover of Charlie Chaplin's Smile, is currently at Number 4. Performed by North East duo Liv'n'G, aka Olivia Crawford and Georgia Fletcher from Hartlepool, proceeds from the song's release will go to the Bradley Lowery Foundation, set up in honour of terminally ill six-year-old Bradley Lowery.
New entries and high climbers
Rita Ora's Your Song could vault into the Top 10 for the first time this week, up three places to Number 8. Sigala and Ella Eyre's Came Here For Love could also rise to a new personal band - the track currently sits four spots up on last week at Number 18.
Imagine Dragons' Thunder jumps eight places to 28 following the release of their new album Evolve, just ahead of Signs (29), Drake's new song recorded in collaboration with Louis Vuitton to showcase their Spring-Summer 2018 collection.
Finally, Olly Murs & Louisa Johnson's Unpredictable could climb into the Top 40 for the very first time this week, currently up 10 places to Number 39.
June 26, 2017 1:08pm ET by Official Charts Company