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Noah Kahan’s “Stick Season” Claims Fifth Consecutive Week at Number 1 on the UK Official Singles Chart

by Jonathan Currinn
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Photo Credit: Aysia Marotta

Noah Kahan has extended his reign over the UK Official Singles Chart for the fifth consecutive week with his soul-stirring folk anthem, “Stick Season”. Styling out 2024, can anyone throw him off? Sophie Ellis-Bextor continues to give him a run for his money as they battle for the top spot week-on-week.

The chart-topping success of “Stick Season” marks the longest consecutive run at Number 1 since Doja Cat’s “Paint The Town Red” dominated for five weeks last year. With an impressive 8.8 million streams, the song retains its title as the most-streamed track in the UK for another week.

Meanwhile, Sophie Ellis-Bextor continues to hold strong at Number 2 with her timeless hit “Murder on the Dancefloor”. Adding to the excitement, she has recently been confirmed as a performer at the upcoming BAFTA Film Awards, where she’s set to perform the 20-year-old song, live on stage.

American singer-songwriter Teddy Swims experiences a significant breakthrough as his single “Lose Control” rises three spots to claim the Number 3 position on the chart, while Jack Harlow’s “Lovin on Me” remains steadfast at Number 4, showcasing its determination to stay in the game after its previous chart-topping success.

In a spectacular return, Madonna reclaims her position in the UK Top 10 after 15 years. Her collaboration on “Popular” with The Weeknd and Playboi Carti propels the track to Number 10. This achievement marks Madonna’s 64th Top 10 single in the UK, solidifying her status as the female artist with the most Top 10s in UK Official Chart history.

In claiming her 64th Top 10, Madonna continues to close the gap on the only two musicians who have had more Top 10s than her, who are Elvis Presley with 76, and Cliff Richard with 68, can she creep on up and surpass them both with future releases? Time will tell, she’s currently on her world tour at the moment, celebrating her lengthy career.

Outside the Top 10, rising US talents Benson Boone and Flo Milli reach new peaks with “Beautiful Things” at Number 11 and “Never Lose Me” at Number 15, respectively. YG Marley, with music greatness flowing through his veins as the son of Lauryn Hill and the grandson of Bob Marley, makes an impressive debut on the UK Official Singles Chart Top 40 with his first single, “Praise Jah In The Moonlight” charting at Number 20, claiming the title of this week’s biggest climber with a remarkable 31-place leap.

The Last Dinner Party, winners of the BRITs Rising Star, achieve their first-ever Top 40 single with “Nothing Matters”, soaring nineteen places to land at Number 22, coinciding with the release of their debut album, “Prelude to Ecstasy”.

Promotional photo for "Stick Season" which sees Noah Kahan in a black jumper leaning against a wooden fence with his elbows crossed over the top of the fence.
Photo Credit: Aysia Marotta

Other notable movers in this week’s chart include Ella Henderson and Rudimental’s “Alibi” which climbs to Number 24, Kygo & Ava Max’s “Whatever” charting at Number 27, and Songer’s “Toxic” moving up to Number 29.

Megan Thee Stallion storms into the Top 40 with the highest new entry of the week, “Hiss” claiming Number 30, while Skepta’s “Gas Me Up (Diligent)” secures his 22nd Top 40 single at Number 31.

The UK Official Singles Chart continues to be a dynamic showcase of diverse talent, with Noah Kahan leading the charge for the fifth consecutive week with the enchanting “Stick Season”. Can anyone knock him off the top spot?

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