Chris Brown and Chipmunk's 'Champion' set to be Number One

Collaboration way ahead in the midweeks

Chris Brown and Chipmunk's 'Champion' set to be Number One

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Chipmunk and Chris Brown look set to top the UK singles chart this Sunday (February 13), according to official midweek figures from The Official Charts Company.

The R&B duo are on course to easily reach the top spot with their collaboration 'Champion'. If successful they would knock Jessie J's 'Price Tag' off the top spot after just one week at the peak.

Brown's solo song 'Yeah 3X' is on course to climb the chart, potentially giving the US singer two tracks in the Top Five.

Meanwhile, the controversy surrounding Rihanna's track 'S&M', or 'Come On' as it is sometimes known, looks set to propel it into the Top 10.

In the albums chart Adele's '21' looks set to be Number One again. The Streets' swansong 'Computers And Blues' and James Blake's self-titled debut look likely to enter the Top 10.

Check NME.COM from 7pm (GMT) on Sunday to find out the final chart placings.

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