The tragic star's 'More Than A Woman' tops the midweek sales figures...

Aaliyah's posthumous single 'MORE THAN A WOMAN' is set for the UK Number One spot, according to midweek sales figures.

The track, the star's first since her untimely death last August following a plane crash in the Bahamas, is currently the highest chart entry in a relatively quiet week in terms of sales following the Christmas period.

Other artists set for high chart entries this week include Puretone's Addicted To Bass' at Number Two, Dr Dre, whose single 'Bad Intentions' is at Number Three, Goldtrix's 'It's Love', at Number Six and So Solid Crew presents Mr Shabz's 'Haters' at Number Seven.

A host of other new releases are set for Top 20 entries, including [/a]'s 'On The Radio' and [a]Jay-Z's 'Girls, Girls, Girls' at Number 11.

For the final chart positions, click back to NME.COM at 7pm this coming Sunday (January 13).

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