Rapper Drake has extended his U.K. chart reign to 15 consecutive weeks with his hit song “One Dance.”
The Canadian HipHop star has been dominating the singles countdown and he is now just two weeks away from breaking Bryan Adams’ record as the longest-running number one, after scoring 16 uninterrupted weeks at the top with his 1991 classic “Everything I Do (I Do It For You).”
Drake’s continued popularity equals Wet Wet Wet’s achievement in 1994, when they spent 15 weeks in first place with “Love Is All Around.”
Meanwhile, “Perfect Strangers” from Jonas Blue featuring Cooper climbs one spot to two, and “Don’t Let Me Down” by Chainsmokers featuring Daya is at three.
In the U.K. albums chart, British soul star Michael Kiwanuka has scored his first number one with Love & Hate followed by Adele’s 25 at two.
Christine & The Queens move up to three with Chaleur Humaine, while Drake’s Views and Coldplay’s A Head Full Of Dreams round out the new top five in fourth and fifth place, respectively.