KSI & Tom Grennan Score A Number 1 With 'Not Over It'
14 August 2022, 19:17 | Updated: 19 August 2022, 14:02
KSI has claimed the top spot on the Sky VIP Official Big Top 40 with 'Not Over Yet', here's everything you need to know about this week's chart.
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KSI and Tom Grennan have made massive waves with their epic collaboration 'Not Over it' – and its now at Number 1!
The drum and bass inspired track entered the Official Big Top 40 last week after being released on July 22, and impressively nabbed the third spot before climbing to that coveted prime position – 'Not Over it' serves as KSI's third ever Number 1 on the chart!
The rapper had quite the elated reaction to the news, literally jumping out of his seat when Will Manning revealed that he'd scored another number one – watch the hilarious moment unravel in the clip below.
Joel Corry and Becky Hill are the highest climbers of the week with their electronic dance anthem 'HISTORY', which has soared by a whopping 31 places – now placing them in the Number 2 position.
Last week's queen of the chart, AKA Beyoncé, still remains in the Top 10 with her comeback single 'BREAK MY SOUL'.
Will Manning also got a chance to chat to Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic about the Number 10 song this week, 'I Ain't Worried' from the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack.
The frontman dished on his songwriting process, revealing on air that the track only took him 45 minutes to write.
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This week's chart saw two new entries from Dame Olivia Newton-John as fans honour the idol following her passing.
'You're The One That I Want' with co-star and life-long friend John Travolta, as well as 'Hopelessly Devoted To You' from the iconic 1978 musical Grease gained positions in the chart.
Other new tracks come from Nicky Youre with 'Sunroof', Nicki Minaj with 'Super Freaky Girl', Robbie Williams with 'Lost' and Eliza Rose with 'B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All)'.