CMA Awards 2018

Drake Scores Double U.K. Chart Victory With 'In My Feelings' and 'Scorpion'

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Drake performs at AccorHotels Arena on March 12, 2017 in Paris, France. 

Drake scores a double victory on the U.K. charts, climbing 4-1 on the singles list with “In My Feelings” as he secures a third week at the album summit with Scorpion (Cash Money/Republic/Universal). 

“In My Feelings” is Drake's third No. 1 U.K. single this year, making him the first to pull that off since Justin Bieber in 2015. The song rules with combined units of 91,000, according to the Official Charts Company, comprised of 8.8 million streams and 11,000 downloads. 

George Ezra's former No. 1 “Shotgun” (Columbia/Sony) holds at No. 2, as does Clean Bandit's “Solo” (Atlantic/Warner Music), featuring Demi Lovato at No. 3. Ariana Grande has the highest new entry of the week with “God Is A Woman” (Republic/Universal) at No. 4, and Drake shows again with a non-mover at No. 5 in “Don't Matter To Me,” featuring Michael Jackson.

5 Seconds Of Summer return to the top ten of the U.K. singles chart with an 11-8 climb for “Youngblood” (Capitol/Universal), and “Jackie Chan” (Positiva/Universal) by Tiesto featuring Dzeko, Preme and Post Malone climbs 12-9. 

Scorpion continues at the album chart pinnacle with the help of its first CD sales, after being released in that format last week. It stays ahead of the Vamps' Night and Day (EMI/Universal), which races back 143-2 following the appearance of the new Day Edition. That's packaged with the original Night Edition, with which the band topped the chart last July.

The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) slips 2-3 in the new data, while the Motion Picture Cast Recording of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Polydor/Universal) arrives at No. 4. The cast recording of the first Mamma Mia! film is also up 17-13. Pop stalwart Rick Astley's Beautiful Life (BMG) is new on the album chart at No. 6.