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Sunday chart update: w/c 22nd – 26th February

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Yes, you’re reading that correctly – a Sunday chart update, coming to you on a Monday! We hope you can forgive us, but the charts haven’t changed to much since last week, so we’re going to bring you the two new additions of the current top 15 tracks on Spotify’s UK Top 50 chart. Here’s the current top 15:

  1. driver’s license – Olivia Rodrigo*
  2. Calling My Phone – Lil Tjay, 6LACk*
  4. The Business – Tiësto*
  5. Friday (feat. Mufasa & Hypeman) – Dopamine Re-Edit – Dopamine, Mufasa & Hypeman, Nightcrawlers, Riton*
  6. Don’t Play – Anne-Marie, KSI, Digital Farm Animals*
  7. Head & Heart (feat. MNEK) – Joel Corry, MNEK*
  8. Paradise (feat. Dermot Kennedy)*
  9. Latest Trends – A1 x J1*
  10. Save Your Tears – The Weeknd*
  11. Wellerman – Sea Shanty – 220 KID x Billie Ted Remix – 220 KID, Billen Ted, Nathan Evans*
  12. Blinding Lights – The Weeknd*
  13. Streets – Doja Cat
  14. Your Love (9PM) – ATB, Topic & A7S
  15. Get Out My Head –

(Tracks marked with an asterisk have already been covered either in weekly chart update or have their own article – click to be directed to their story)

Your Love (9PM) – ATB, Topic & A7S (currently at #14)

Swedish singer-songwriter A7S is back again, teaming up with Topic and ATB for this 2021 version of ATB’s 90’s trance hit “Till I Come (9PM)”. Released on the 25th January 2021, the song recounts a past relationship that is still present in the narrator’s mind. The modern take on the original trance hit currently sits at #14 on Spotify’s UK chart. Watch the Marvin Ströter directed video here.

Get Out My Head – Shane Codd (currently at #15)

Released in May 2020 from Irish DJ and producer Shane Codd through Polydor Records, this house song was inspired by stress caused by the Covid 19 pandemic: “”I wanted to get out and do things and I also wanted the stress of Covid out of my head, like I’m sure a lot of us did. The vocals really sat with me, making the track was like an escape for me. I remember the first time I played in it my car I got a release and a feel good vibe of it. I imagined festivals and people dancing, which felt like a distant memory during Covid.” Watch the official audio visualiser on Codd’s YouTube channel here.

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