Drake’s ‘One Dance’ featuring Wizkid is spending its 11th week on top of the UK singles chart, in what is now a record breaking reign. The single which features on the Canadian rapper’s fourth studio album, Views debuted at number 21 on April 8 before jumping to the top spot a week later.

DrakeDrake’s ‘One Dance’ is now the longest running number one single of the digital age.

The single is now the longest running number one of the digital age, since 2004 when legal downloading services were introduced. The record was previously held by Drake’s sometime collaborator Rihanna when ‘Umbrella’ spend 10 weeks at number one in 2007.

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Drake narrowly beat Kungs vs Cookin' On 3 Burners with 'This Girl', which claimed the number two spot with just 3,000 combined chart separating it from ‘One Dance,’ according to the Official Charts Company.

'One Dance' was also the week’s most streamed track, tallying 4.67 million listens over the last seven days. At number three for a second week is Justin Timberlake's 'Can't Stop The Feeling', which is in its seventh week on the chart.

At number four is another non-mover, Rihanna and Calvin Harris' ‘This Is What You Came For’ in its eighth week on the chart. Fifth place is Rihanna and Drake’s collaboration ‘Too Good,’ also in its eighth week on the chart.

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High climbers this week come from Sigala, John Newman and Nile Rodgers’ collaboration ‘Give Me Your Love’, which moves up a massive 82 places to the number nine spot. Adele's ‘Send My Love (To Your New Lover)’ also rose 10 places to 15, to break into the top 20 for the first time.