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Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” is cruising to a fourth successive week on the U.K. singles chart.

Based on sales and streaming data captured from the first 48 hours in the chart cycle, “Montero” races to a lead of 2,500 combined sales.

“Montero” is the most-streamed song so far this week and it’s the leader on the Official Chart: First Look.

While Lil Nas X appears to have the upper hand in the chart battle, there’s plenty of action down below.

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Riton x Nightcrawlers’ club track “Friday” featuring Mufasa & Hypeman is the most downloaded song of the weekend, and is on track for a new high. In its tenth week in the Top 10, “Friday” lifts 6-2, two places above its peak.

At this early stage, the highest climber is Olivia Rodrigo’s “Déjà Vu,” up 26-12. The followup to “Drivers License,” it’s the second single from the U.S. teen’s debut studio album Sour, due out May 21.

Meanwhile, singles from Tom Grennan, Masked Wolf, Mimi Webb, Ava Max and Silk Sonic are on the rise, based on the OCC’s chart blast.

The Official U.K. Singles Chart is published late Friday local time.

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