‘Rockabye’ has now spent six weeks on top of the UK singles chart.
Clean Bandit have held on to the number one spot on the UK singles chart again this week, despite facing some stiff competition.
Louis Tomlinson’s debut solo single entered the chart at number three
'Rockabye' which features Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, beat its nearest rival by 15,000 combined sales. The band will no doubt be hoping to continue their chart success next week, when this year’s Christmas number one is unveiled on Friday.
The week’s highest new entry, at number two, came from One Direction star Louis Tomlinson, with ‘Just Hold On’ a collaboration with Steve Aoki. The pair performed the track for the first time on last Saturday's ‘X Factor’ final, just days after Louis’ mother Johannah Deakin tragically past away.
At number three is this year’s ‘X Factor’ winner Matt Terry with the Ed Sheeran penned ‘When Christmas Comes Around’. The track managed to take the number three spot after only five days’ sales and streams.
Elsewhere in the chart, the top five was rounded out by The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk at four with ‘Starboy’ and Rag’n’Bone Man at five with ‘Human’.
Debuting at 16 this week is Zayn Malik and Taylor Swift's collaboration ‘I Don't Wanna Live Forever,’ taken from the soundtrack to the new Fifty Shades of Grey movie, Fifty Shades Darker movie.