Charts and That

Hello there and welcome to this week’s Charts and That, where Drake, Far Cry and Rampage are all chilling at the top spots. Drake’s new song Nice For What has rocketed to the top this week, so let’s take a look.

Starting with music, as we mentioned, Nice For What has leapt to the top this week, with a flashy new video, featuring a whole host of cool looking ladies bopping to the lyrics of Drake’s new anthem. It’s not a terrible song, but it’s far less catchy than God’s Plan.

  1. Nice For What – Drake
  2. Freaky Friday – Lil Dicky Ft. Chris Brown
  3. One Kiss – Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa
  4. These Days – Rudimental/Glynne/Macklemore
  5. Paradise – George Ezra
  6. Friends – Marshmello & Anne-Marie
  7. This is Me – Settle/The Greatest Showman
  8. Feel it Still – Portugal the Man
  9. Lullaby – Sigala & Paloma Faith
  10. Psycho – Post Malone Ft. Ty Dolla Sign

Next up, we’ll have a gander at movies, where Dwayne Johnson’s Rampage has taken the UK’s box office by storm as well as the US market. Since its release it’s made about £4,109,247 in the UK, contributing to its massive total on opening weekend. Have a look:

  1. Rampage
  2. Peter Rabbit
  3. A Quiet Place
  4. Ready Player One
  5. Truth or Dare
  6. The Greatest Showman
  7. Love Simon
  8. Isle of Dogs
  9. Black Panther
  10. Duck Duck Goose

Lastly, we’re looking at games, where not much has changed since last week. Far Cry is still at numero uno, followed by FIFA and Mario Kart and the other usual suspects. In other games news, Kingdom Hearts 3 got another teaser, so at some point, our grandkids might be playing it by 2033.

  1. Far Cry 5
  2. FIFA 18
  3. Mario Kart 8
  4. Grand Theft Auto
  5. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
  6. Sea of Thieves
  7. Fallout 4
  8. Super Mario Odyssey
  9. Gran Turismo: Sport
  10. Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy

And there we have it. Tune in next week for more!