Chart Mondays: No Review. Top 10 Singles Chart: 2nd September 2016 - 8th September 2016

September 05, 2016 Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Last week I had two options for Chart Mondays, or so I thought... And I chose Calum Scott's "Dancing On My Own", knowing full well that my other option would make it to the top of the UK Chart this week, and it sure did.

Little did I know that The Chainsmokers hasn't released a music video for "Closer" which features Halsey, This is the song that is currently sitting pretty on the top of the UK Chart.

Regardless, if I had known this last week, I wouldn't have seen it as a choice. My opinion may have been slightly different, that being said, we can't dip into the past and change things around to see what the outcome would be.

End of the day, this is the fifth time I've not had a video to review for Chart Mondays due to the fact that I have already reviewed all the music videos for the entire UK Top 10 Singles Chart, apart from the ones that haven't been released yet, obviously.

Time to reminisce over my past reviews as click the links to the UK's Top 10:
Official UK Charts

1) The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey - Closer <---- No official music video yet!
2) DJ Snake feat. Justin Bieber - Let Me Love You <---- No official music video yet!
3) Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber & MØ - Cold Water <---- No official music video yet!
4) Calum Scott - Dancing On My Own
5) twenty one pilots - Heathens
6) The Chainsmokers feat. Daya - Don't Let Me Down
7) Jonas Blue feat. JP Cooper - Perfect Strangers
8) Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla - One Dance <---- No official music video yet!
9) Shawn Mendes - Treat You Better
10) Drake feat. Rihanna - Too Good <---- No official music video yet!

To finish off this blog post, here's a little question to think about...

Is streaming services wrecking the UK chart?

Just a quick glance at the UK iTunes Chart tells an extremely different story... They said streams won't affect songs near the top of the chart, but it clearly has. In America, they count YouTube plays and various other things towards the Billboard Chart. Things are going to have to change, mainly because the chart is supposed to show what music is most popular, and although that may be the case, slightly, I'm sure that top 10 isn't the current most popular music in the UK.

What do you think? Let me know below or on my social channels.