Beatles’ ‘Now And Then’ Triumphs Over Jack Harlow and Dua Lipa for Second Consecutive Week

by Patria

After a record-breaking return to No. 1, The Beatles face some competition from Now And Then to stay at the top for a second consecutive week.

The Fab Four remain at No. 1 at the midweek mark, but face stiff competition from US rapper Jack Harlow’s Lovin’ On Me (2) and Dua Lipa’s kinetic Houdini (3), with just over 2,000 chart units separating all three tracks.

Rising singer-songwriter Noah Kahan’s first UK Top 10 hit Stick Season is expected to reach a new high of number 7 on Friday, and he could score a second Top 20 placement with new entry Northern Attitude at number 14.

Olivia Rodrigo’s Can’t Catch Me Now (from The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes) is on the rise, climbing five places to number 13 midweek.

Chase & Status’ chart domination could continue with a third top 20 single, Selecta featuring Stefflon Don (19).

Following the release of her debut album Heaven knows, PinkPantheress’ team-up with Central Cee, Nice to meet you, is heading for number 20.

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