Doja Cat Tops U.K. Charts with ‘Paint The Town Red’

Doja Cat Tops U.K. Charts with 'Paint The Town Red'

For the second consecutive week, Doja Cat’s ‘Paint The Town Red’ holds the title of the country’s most-streamed track.

Doja Cat Tops U.K. Charts

Doja Cat maintains her No. 1 position for a second week in the U.K. with “Paint The Town Red” (via Ministry of Sound), fending off a trio of hot Olivia Rodrigo tracks.

At the midweek stage, “Paint The Town Red” initially took the lead and now secures its status as the country’s most-streamed track for a second consecutive week, as reported by the Official Charts Company.

In the latest Official U.K. Singles Chart, published on September 15, former chart-topper known as “Vampire” has climbed from the third to the second position.

At the same time, “Bad Idea Right” has experienced a significant surge, going from the twelfth to the third spot, marking a new peak for the song.

Meanwhile, it was noted that Rodrigo has achieved the highest new entry on the chart with “Get Him Back,” which has debuted at No. 7, marking her seventh top 10 hit in the U.K.

Furthermore, several other songs have also seen upward movement on the weekly tally. “Adore U” by Fred Again and Obongjayar, released by Atlantic, has risen from the ninth to the fourth position.

Finally, “Prada” by Cassö, RAYE, and D-Block Europe, from Ministry of Sound, has moved up from the seventh to the fifth spot. Newcomer Kenya Grace’s viral hit “Strangers,” released by FFRR, has made an impressive leap from the twentieth to the twelfth position in its second week on the chart.

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