Justin Bieber's 'What Do You Mean' returns to No.1 in the UK
The comebacks keep on coming for Justin Bieber. Two weeks after scoring his first ever UK No.1 and his fastest selling single, Bieber is back at the top of the Official Singles Chart.
'What Do You Mean', which set a new record for the highest first-week streams for a single at 3.2 million plays, was knocked off the summit last week by Sigala’s Jackson 5-sampling 'Easy Love'.
Victory belongs to Justin today, however – he reclaims his No.1 throne by over 15,000 chart sales, leaving Sigala at Number 2. 'What Do You Mean' is the most streamed track of the week, notching up over 3.62 million listens this week.
Calvin Harris and Disciples are back up one to No.3 with 'How Deep Is Your Love', which scored over 2.1 million plays this week, while former chart-topper 'Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself' from Jess Glynne slips one place to No.4.
Another track racking up over 2 million listens this week, The Weeknd’s 'Can’t Feel My Face' is a non-mover and rounds out today’s Top 5.
R. City and Adam Levine rocket 23 places with 'Locked Away', which lands at No.16, and he aced Bestival last weekend, now he’s the highest new entry on the Official Singles Chart – British MC Stormzy scores his first Top 40 hit with 'Wickedskengman4', new at No.18.
Thanks to its use in a Lloyds Bank TV advert, Birdy’s 'Wings' continues its ascent, leaping 10 spots to No.19, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ 'Downtown' also jumps 10 places to 21. Electronic trio Nero are new at 27 with 'Two Minds', Drake rises 17 places to No.36 with 'Hotline Bling', while Fetty Wap scores a second Top 40 with '679' ft. Remy Boyz.
Watch Bieber performing 'What Do You Mean' here:
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