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24kGoldn’s ‘Mood’ Chasing Fourth Week at No. 1 In U.K.

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Phil Knott

24kGoldn

24kGoldn is in the mood for another U.K. chart title.

The rising rapper from San Francisco is on track for a fourth week atop the singles survey with “Mood” (RECORDS/Black Butter), his breakout hit with Iann Dior.

After the first 48 hours in the chart week, “Mood” leads all singles by 1,500 combined sales to take pole position on the Official Chart: First Look.

Further down the list, Miley Cyrus could bag her sixth Top 5 with “Midnight Sky” (RCA), which lifts 8-5.

Sigala and James Arthur are aiming for the Top 10 as “Lasting Lover” (Ministry of Sound) rises 17-8. If it keeps its momentum, it’ll be Sigala’s eighth Top 10 and former The X Factor champion’s seventh.

The highest new entry after the weekend’s sales and streaming activity belongs to Headie One, whose “Princess Cuts” featuring Young T & Bugsey is new at No. 14.

The British rapper makes a strong showing in the early stages of the cycle. His single “Ain't It Different” (Relentless) featuring AJ Tracey and Stormzy is up two spots to a potential new peak of No. 2. Both tracks appear on Headie One's debut full-length studio album Edna.

The Official U.K. Singles Chart is published late Friday,  local time.