Charts analysis: Lil Nas X steady at singles summit

A week devoid of any high impacting new releases means there is a comforting familiarity about the singles chart as existing hit singles take the opportunity to jostle for position. Not that this affects Lil Nas X who remains supreme at the head of the market, Montero (Call Me By Your Name) easing its way to a fourth week at No.1 albeit with a slight dip in weekly sales to 59,769 (including 58,686 from 7.6m streams). 

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