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28 November 2023

Jack Harlow Hits No 1 In The US & UK

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Jack Harlow has landed his third US No 1 single with Lovin’ On Me, meaning he’s at the top of the charts both sides of the Atlantic.

The single debuted at No 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart last week before moving up to the top spot. In the UK, Lovin’ On Me is currently on its third week at the summit.

It’s Harlow’s third No 1 on the Hot 100 following First Class (No 1 for three weeks in April-May 2022) and Industry Baby, with Lil Nas X (No 1, one week, October 2021).

The rapper is now one of just three artists to tally at least one new Hot 100 No 1 in each of the last three years, joining Drake and Taylor Swift (whose streaks both date to 2020).

Lovin on Me is currently a standalone single from Harlow, whose most recent album, Jackman, debuted at No 8 on the Billboard 200 in May, becoming his third Top 10 set. The song’s hook samples singer Delbert “Dale” Greer’s 1995 cut Whatever.

In the UK chart, Harlow may face competition in the coming weeks from a number of Christmas favourites currently climbing the charts. Last Christmas by Wham! (No 6), All I Want For Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey (No 7) are both set to the return to the UK Top 10, while Sam Ryder could gain his second Top 10 hit with his Amazon Music Original You’re Christmas To Me (No 10).

Meanwhile, in the UK album chart Take That currently look certain to hot the top spot next week with their new album Windows. Meanwhile, Australian pop royalty Kylie Minogue is looking at a No 3 re-entry for her 1987 debut Kylie. The album peaked at Number 1 for six non-consecutive weeks upon its original release.

And following her death earlier this year, the late, great Tina Turner could have a posthumous greatest hits collection, Queen of Rock’n’Roll (No 6) enter the Top 10. It would be the 10th career Top 10 album for the icon.

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