Filmmaker Eugene Jarecki takes a musical road trip across the U. S. in Elvis Presley's 1963 Rolls Royce during the 2016 presidential election, comparing Elvis's transition from country boy to "The King" to America's transformation into an empire.
The YouTuber secured last year's seasonal chart-topper with We Built This City. . On Sausage Rolls.
He has now returned with I Love Sausage Rolls, a similarly savoury rendition of the Joan Jett hit I Love Rock & Roll.
Proceeds from his song are going to The Trussell Trust, which provides emergency food and support to people in poverty.
But overall, when streaming and sales are combined, Own It is currently at Number Two , according to the Official Charts Company (OCC). The grime star has a Second Chance with another new track, Audacity, which is also taken from his new second album.
Her track Dance Monkey has now been Number One for 11 weeks, Making It the longest-running UK Number One single by a female artist ever, beating the previous record jointly held by Rihanna and Whitney Houston .
Two in particular, it seems, are in with a chance of bothering the big chart battle this year.
Firstly, Mariah Carey 's All I Want For Christmas Is You is celebrating its 25th anniversary and is the UK's most-streamed song on Spotify at the time of writing. It reached Number Two on its original release in 1994 and again for The Past two Christmases.
The original version has come in for criticism for some of its lyrics, But here the controversial verse has been replaced by a Gaelic translation.
Moyles himself is bound to be playing Matt Hulbert's song on his Radio X breakfast show a few times between now and the big chart day.
If LadBaby maintains The Lead , he'll be only the third act in chart history to have consecutive Christmas Number Ones (The Others are two relatively unknown acts called The Beatles and The Spice Girls ).
LadBaby's lead isn't unassailable, however. The Official Charts Company says he's outselling The Competition by 10:1 - But sales aren't the whole picture. In fact, downloads account for just 9% of the total music market, according to the latest BPI figures.
The Real action happens on streaming services, where LadBaby's single is nowhere to be seen. Mariah Carey is the reigning champion on Spotify's daily chart, with 571,873 streams in The Last 24 hours. Stormzy tops Apple Music 's chart, while Tones & I is Number One on both YouTube and Deezer with Dance Monkey.
It's also worth considering that LadBaby's early lead was boosted by pre-sales. Media coverage (like this) will sustain the interest But , even so, his downloads are likely to tail off during the week. That opens the door for a song with particularly high streaming figures to edge him out when The Final Christmas chart is compiled.
And what of The Other contenders? A fan campaign to get Wham's Last Christmas to Number One is gathering Steam - But The Song is penalised by chart rules, which dictate that older songs have to be played twice as often as new releases before those streams are converted into a "sale". It's currently 4,500 sales, or 1. 3m streams, behind Stormzy
Other charity singles, including six-year-old Lyra Cole's cover of When A Child is Born, and East 17 star Tony Mortimer 's new version of Stay Another Day , have so far failed to make an impact on The Top 40.
In other words, it's looking like a two-horse race between a "dad blogger" and The King of grime. Seems like a fair fight.
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