Charts analysis: It's a Freaky Friday on singles chart

In a tense three-way tussle for supremacy, chart flashes saw Keala Settle’s This Is Me (feat. The Greatest Showman Ensemble) initially wrest control, before a fightback restored Rudimental’s These Days (feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen) to pole position – but in the end both were vanquished by fast growing body-swapping rap/comedy cut Freaky Friday by Lil Dicky feat. Chris Brown. 

Twenty-three previous songs by Lil Dicky have accumulated combined sales of 234,517 since he first appeared on the ...

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