It’s been a very big week for Dave and for all of UK music’s aspiring artists to be honest. As you may have heard or seen earlier in the week, Dave’s latest release ft. Fredo “Funky Friday” has been locked in a close battle for first place in the Official UK charts with Sam Smith and Calvin Harris’ “Promises”.
Dave and Fredo are in a race with Calvin Harris and Sam Smith for the Number 1 spot on the Official UK Singles Chart with Funky Friday pic.twitter.com/G96La1qs0I
— SpotlightFirst (@SpotlightFirst_) October 8, 2018
We can now confirm that within its first week of being released, Funky Friday has reached number 1 in the Official UK charts (which of course makes it number 1 in The Official Charts by SpotlightFirst as well!)
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For Dave to release a song and, within a week, have it challenge for (and win!) first place against someone like Calvin Harris, who has been releasing hit after hit in the charts for over a decade, is a massive achievement and is very promising for the future of UK music.
Elsewhere in the Official Charts by SpotlightFirst, “Ay Caramba” by Lizzy, Fredo, Young T and Bugsey swaps places with B Youngs “079ME”. Unknown T slowly continues his rise up the charts and Asap Rocky x Skepta’s “Praise the Lord” finally loses it’s top 10 spot after an 8 week run.
1. Dave ft Fredo – Funky Friday
Currently  in Official UK Charts// Peak position  // Youtube views [3.3 Million] Spotify streams [4.1 Million]
2.Hardy Caprio ft. One Acen – Best Life
Currently  in Official UK Charts// Peak position  // Youtube views [9.3 Million] Spotify streams [16.5 Million]
3. Lizzy, Fredo, Young T and Bugsey – Ay Caramba
Currently  in Official UK Charts// Peak position  // Youtube views [5.1 Million] Spotify streams [9.4 Million]
4. B Young – 079ME
Currently  in Official UK Charts// Peak position  // Youtube views [17 Million]…
This Article was written by Tayo Danmole
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