R&B singer Usher is celebrating tonight after securing a second week at the top of the official UK singles chart, while his new album debuts at number one on the album chart.
R&B singer Usher is celebrating tonight after securing a second week at the top of the official UK singles chart with 'Yeah!', while his new album 'Confessions' debuts at number one on the album chart.
The highest debut this week is Anastacia, who enters at three with 'Left Outside Of Love', while DJ Casper remains at two with 'Cha Cha Slide'. Other new entries in the top ten include Blue's 'Breath Easy' at four, The Darkness' 'Love Is Only A Feeling' at five, OutKast land at seven with 'The Way You Move' and Kanye West, one of hip-hop's hottest properties right now, enters at nine with 'Through The Wire'.
Just four further new entries land on this weeks chart, starting with The Delays 'Nearer Than Heaven' at 21, Missy Elliott's 'I'm Really Hot' is new at 22, The Divine Comedy's 'Come Home Billy' enters at 25 and Travis' 'Love Will Come Through' is a new entry at 28.
The album chart sees George Michael's new album 'Patience' enjoy just a week at the top, with Usher's 'Confessions' debuting this week at number one.
Michael falls to two, one place ahead of Guns N' Roses 'Greatest Hits' and NERD land at four with new release 'Fly Or Die'
Other new entries this week continue the trend of blues and jazz releases finding popularity, with Eric Clapton's 'Me And Mr Johnson' new at ten and Chris Rea's 'The Blue Jukebox' debuting at 27. The Vines new album winning days enters at a disappointing number 29.