LF System lands at UK Chart Summit for fourth week with ‘Afraid To Feel’

LF System locks in a fourth consecutive week at No. 1 in the UK with “Afraid To Feel” (Warner Records), the Scottish production duo’s disco summer hit.

The track can now boast a full, unbeaten month at the top Official UK Singles Chartswith 49,000 chart sales over the last picture, including 5.4 million streams and a market-leading amount of digital downloads, OCC reports.

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The highest new entry this week belongs to Central Ceeas the hip-hop artist’s viral track “Doja” (Warner Records) debuts at No. 2. It’s the Londoner’s most popular UK single to date, eclipsing the No. 4 best of his 2021 single “Obsessed With You.”

Further down the list, A republic lifts 13-12 with “I Ain’t Worried” (Interscope), taken from Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack, and there are new top positions for Sigala and Talia Mars Love Island the anthem “Stay The Night” (up 15-14 via Ministry of Sound) and Steve Lacy’s “Bad Habit” (up 25-18 via LM/RCA for a new career best).

Billie Eilish see both Guitar songs (via Interscope) releases appear in the top tier at Official UK Singles Charts this week. “TV” bows at No.23 and “The 30th” debuts at No.33, for the California pop star’s 16th and 17th UK Top 40 appearances respectively.

Finally, Australian electronic music producer DJ Luude grabs his second UK Top 40 hit, this time with “Big City Life” featuring Mattafix, new at No. 37. It’s the follow-up to his update of Men at work “Down Under”, which hit the UK Top 10.

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