Doja Cat’s Hit Single “Paint the Town Red” Continues Reign on U.K. Chart for Third Consecutive Week

Doja Cat’s ‘Paint the Town Red’ Tops UK Chart for Third Week

London, England – Doja Cat’s chart-topping sensation, “Paint the Town Red,” shows no signs of relinquishing its throne on the U.K. singles chart. It secures its position at No. 1 for an impressive third week in a row, much to the delight of fans across the United Kingdom.

Dominating the Charts

According to the Official Charts Company, “Paint the Town Red” garnered a staggering 6.2 million streams during the latest tracking period, solidifying its status as the nation’s most-streamed song. Olivia Rodrigo’s “Vampire” (Geffen) remains steadfast at No. 2, unable to dethrone Doja Cat’s infectious hit.

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Kenya Grace’s Ascendance

Amid this chart-topping spectacle, South Africa-born, U.K.-raised singer, songwriter, and producer Kenya Grace is quickly ascending the ranks with her single “Strangers.” In just its third week on the chart, “Strangers” has soared from No. 12 to No. 3. This marks Grace’s major label debut through Warner Music’s sublabel FFRR, and it’s her very first single to make an impact on the Official U.K. Singles Chart.

Tate McRae’s Debut

Adding dynamism to the chart is Tate McRae, whose viral sensation, “Greedy” (Ministry of Sound), debuts strongly at No. 8. This marks McRae’s third appearance in the U.K. top 10, following her earlier successes with “You Broke Me First” in 2020, reaching No. 3, and her collaboration with Tiësto on “10:35,” which peaked at No. 8 in 2022.

Drake and SZA Collaborate

Furthermore, the top 10 welcomes the collaborative effort of Drake and SZA with “Slime You Out” (OVO/Republic/RCA), making a noteworthy entrance at No. 10. This track is featured on Drake’s highly anticipated eighth studio album, “For All the Dogs.” Impressively, “Slime You Out” marks Drake’s 41st appearance in the U.K. top 10 and is SZA’s fourth. Notably, another SZA hit, “Snooze” (RCA/Top Dawg), has catapulted from No. 48 to No. 18, achieving a new peak following the release of a new acoustic version featuring Justin Bieber.

“Water” Rises

In a compelling turn of events, “Water” (Epic/Fax) has risen from No. 55 to No. 24, showcasing its enduring appeal on the U.K. singles chart.

Chase & Status in the Top 40

Lastly, the drum ‘n’ bass veterans Chase & Status have secured a spot in the top 40 with their collaboration “Liquor & Cigarettes” (EMI). This track, featuring English producer Hedex and rapper ArrDee, makes its debut at No. 31. Remarkably, this marks Hedex’s first-ever top 40 appearance, ArrDee’s ninth, and Chase & Status’s 11th, highlighting the enduring influence of these established artists on the U.K. music scene. Stay tuned for more chart updates and music news.

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