Camila Cabello is Havana great chart week

Camila Cabello’s Havana has been sitting patiently at number two for the last three weeks, while Post Malone’s Rock Star dominated the top of the charts.

But, according to the latest chart update, she’s finally about to overtake the US rapper and score her first number one.

Havana is currently in the lead by 3,500 downloads and streams. It’s the first time the song has taken the lead in the midweek charts.

While we can’t fault her chart efforts it seems Camilla however has put little thought into this year’s Hallowe’en costume…

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for Halloween im dressing up as a girl trying to finish their first album

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Over in the album charts, Stereophonics are heading for their seventh number one with their Hallowe’en themed 10th album Scream Above The Sounds.

The rest of the top five illustrates the divide between the singles market, which is driven by streaming; and the albums one, which is dominated by the over-35s who still buy CDs.

Remember them anyone?

Michael Ball and Alfie Boe’s second album Together Again is heading for a new entry at number two, after the pair broke the official world record for the most public appearances by a musical act in 24 hours.

Blackpool, Sheffield, Manchester, Nottingham, London – Done. Bosh! Take that Westlife…

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Congratulations to @mrmichaelball & @AlfieBoe on becoming record breakers. @hmvtweets#TogetherAgainToday

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Elsewhere Gregory Porter’s covers album Nat King Cole & Me is currently at number three, while last week’s number one; a re-release of George Michael’s Listen Without Prejudice, is at four, followed by Pink’s Beautiful Trauma.

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