It looks like Roll Deep are having a ‘Good Time’ as they went on to be #1 with their single, ‘Good Times’ for a second week in a row. They defeated fellow competitions from still non-movers, Usher with ‘OMG’ and Plan B’s ‘She Said’.
Australian now UK based electrorockers Pendulum kicks in the charts with their new single, ‘Watercolour’ which debuts at #4 this week one spot ahead of Londoner rapper Aggro Santos’ debut single featuring Kimberly Wyatt ‘Candy’ which enters at #5.
Taio Cruz’s latest, ‘Dirty Picture’ jumps 6 spots to enter a new peak of #6 this week.
Jason Derulo’s latest ‘Ridin’ Solo’ is the biggest gainer this week with a massive 26-spot leap to #12. The single charted at #12 based on digital downloads alone. ‘Ridin’ Solo’ will be officially released on May 31st.
Guillemot’s frontman Fyfe Dangerfield enters his first UK top 20 hit this week with ‘She’s A Woman’ who debuts at #14 this week. Also a massive gainer this week is Alexandra Burke who sees her third single ‘All Night Long’ jump 18 spots to #16 this week.
English pop artist Sophie Ellie-Bextor didn’t reach the top 20 unfortunately, but she should be happy enough to get a #25 entre this week with her latest ‘Bittersweet’. Other new entries this week belongs to Rihanna, with her latest European single ‘Te Amo’ (#30), Kevin Rudolf’s ‘I Made It’ (#37) and Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro with ‘Bubbles’ (#40).
In the albums chart, Diana Vickers officially has the #1 album with her debut CD, ‘Songs From The Tainted Cherry Tree’. She defeated competition off from last week’s #1 Plan B, Usher and AC/DC.Lady Antebellum’s first UK release CD ‘Need You Now’ spends it’s first week in the charts at #8.
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