Charlie Puth and Meghan Trainor score second number one with ‘Marvin Gaye’.

Another Friday has passed so it’s time to give you another chart-round up and this week there’s good news for both Charlie Puth and Meghan Trainor as their duet ‘Marvin Gaye’ has become both of their second UK number-one singles.

‘Marvin Gaye’ becomes Charlie Puth’s second UK number one single after Wiz Khlaifa duet ‘See You Again’ topped the chart back in April whereas Meghan Trainor‘s breakthrough hit ‘All About That Bass’ sat at number one in October last year.

The UK’s most streamed track of the week, Calvin Harris & Disciples’ ‘How Deep Is Your Love’ is this week’s number two, having being streamed over 2.21 million times this week.

The Weeknd’s ‘Can’t Feel My Face’ is this week’s number three, reaching a new peak as it climbs five places.

The top five is rounded up by Little Mix‘s ‘Black Magic’ aThe Wt number four and Lost Frequencies’ ‘Are You With Me’ at number five.

For the full chart and all the latest news, make sure you keep checking the Official Charts Company website.

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