Kenya Grace has managed to cling on to Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart for a second week with Strangers.

After becoming only the second female artist ever to write, produce and record a Number 1 single entirely by herself (following Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill), Kenya ends the week with Strangers as the most-streamed track in the UK (4.8 million streams).

But Kenya will have to stay strong to fight off her nearest competition next week, with DJ cassö hot on her heels with Prada featuring RAYE and D-Block Europe less than 800 chart units behind at Number 2.

Afrobeats star Tyla rises up three to a brand new peak with Water (4) as Chase & Status, Bou, Flowdan, IRAH, Trigga and Takura re-enter the Top 10 on Baddadan, up six to its highest position yet (5).

Once again lifting week-on-week, Sonny Fodera, MK and Clementine Douglas’ Asking vaults up three (7), while US alt-rock star Mitski secures her first-ever UK Top 10 single with her viral commercial breakthrough My Love Mine All Mine (8).

Outside the Top 10, DJ Billy Gillies and Hannah Boleyn scale up five to Number 12 with DNA (Loving You), while Taylor Swift’s jagged Cruel Summer is on the rise again, lifting to Number 14 thanks to a new live recording taken from The Eras Tour Film.

Fred again.. secures a second Top 20 solo single with ten featuring Jozzy, new in at Number 16. It becomes the fifth overall Top 40 entry for the Mercury Prize-nominated artist and producer, and the first Official Charts career entry for US songwriter Jozzy.

Troye Sivan gets a big boost on the Official Singles Chart today following the release of his third studio album Something To Give Each Other, sinking three tracks in the wider Top 40; the Daft Punk-esque One Of Your Girls is a new entry (17) while lead single Rush is up seven (28) and Got Me Started re-enters the Top 40 (36).

Noah Kahan’s Stick Season continues to benefit from attention after being covered by Olivia Rodrigo in BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, up 10 (18), as Drake, Sexyy Red & SZA’s Rich Baby Daddy enters the Top 40 for the first time (21) and Chase & Status, HedEx and ArrDee rise to a brand-new peak on Liquor & Cigarettes (23).

Continuing their upward trajectory on Back on 74, Jungle rise to Number 25, Zach Bryan & Kacey Musgraves lift each other up to Number 26 and Skepta’s Can’t Play Myself (A Tribute To Amy) is another new entry at Number 29, featuring vocals from the late, great Amy Winehouse’s classic lament Tears Dry on their Own.

Campbell & Alcemist rise up into the Top 40 for the first time on Would You (Go To Bed With Me) jumping ten to Number 35, becoming both acts debut entry in the Top 40.

Bastille’s iconic 2013 Number 1 single Pompeii re-enters the chart today (37) thanks to a new remix with film composer Hans Zimmer and finally, Zara Larsson’s team-up with David Guetta On My Love re-enters the Top 40, re-peaking at Number 38.