Sabrina Carpenter fends off some tough competition to secure a third week at Number 1 in the UK with Espresso.

The frothy, funky summer bop comes out on top as the most-streamed song in the country (8.5 million streams) once again.

Just missing out on the top spot this week are Post Malone & Morgan Wallen, whose new collaboration, country banger I Had Some Help, debuts at Number 2 as this week’s highest new entry, trailing Espresso by little under 2,000 chart units.

Its Post Malone’s ninth Top 10 single and the first for Morgan Wallen, an exciting breakthrough moment for an artist who is already a superstar in his native US, and another sign the UK is undergoing a country renaissance right now.

Kendrick Lamar continues to rise, with diss track Not Like Us jumping up four today to a brand-new peak of Number 6.

US rising star Mark Ambor is closer than ever to his first Top 10 hit. Long-running hit Belong Together rises to a new peak of Number 11…could next week be his week?

Luton-raised singer-songwriter Myles Smith makes his UK Top 40 debut today as the tender Stargazing enters at Number 12.

Slow It Down by Benson Boone, the follow-up to his chart topping single Beautiful Things, jumps seven places to a new peak of Number 16, becoming Benson’s second Top 20 hit.

Eurovision winner Nemo earns debut UK Top 20 single, Baby Lasagna and Joost enter Top 40

Huge congratulations are in order for Switzerland’s Nemo, who has not only won the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, but claimed their first UK Top 20 single to boot.

Genre-bending track The Code – which was written about Nemo coming to terms with their non-binary identity – debuts in the UK today at Number 18, becoming Nemo’s first entry in the Official Singles Chart.

For the last five years in a row (discounting the cancelled 2020 contest due to COVID-19), every single Eurovision winner has now placed within the UK Top 40 in the chart week following the contest, with Nemo joining 2019 winner Duncan Laurence’s Arcade (29), 2021 winners Maneskin with Zitti E Buoni (17), 2022 victors Kalush Orchestra with Stefania (38) and 2023’s record-setting champion Loreen with Tattoo (2).

Two further Eurovision 2024 entrants are present in the Top 40 this week; second-place act Baby Lasagna from Croatia with Rum Tim Tagi Dim (36) and the Netherlands’ Joost, who despite being disqualified from the Grand Final, earns enough support from the British public to clinch a Top 40 finish with Europapa (37).

Outside the Top 40, the UK’s representative Olly Alexander’s hypnotic Dizzy re-enters the chart at Number 48 (having initially peaked at Number 42 upon release) and Ireland’s gothic witch Bambie Thug with Doomsday Blue at Number 67.