ICYMI: Justin Bieber’s ‘What Do You Mean’ returns to top spot and Rudimental score second number one album.

Good news for Justin Bieber as he returns to number one for a fourth non-consecutive week, becoming only the fourth song in history to reach number one at three different stints. We wonder what helped that?

‘What Do You Mean’ also marks the most streamed track of the week, counting 2.91 million listens over the last seven days.

R City and Adam Levine’s ‘Locked Away’ also climbs one place to number two whilst last week’s number one ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ by Sam Smith falls to number three.

Philip George and Anton Powers rise a whopping one hundred and twenty places with ‘Alone No More’ to land at number four, Ellie Goulding rounds off the top five with ‘On My Mind’.

In the albums chart, Rudimental have scored their second number one with new release ‘We The Generation’ featuring collaborations from Ed Sheeran, Bobby Womack and Lianne La Havas.

Band member Amir told Official Charts: “This is mad! When I think back to some of the seminal bands I’ve always loved, they all had at least two major records. I always dreamed of Rudimental having at least two major records – hopefully it will solidify to the world that we’re serious contenders in the game. We’re not going anywhere – we plan to stick around for a long time.”

For all the latest chart news, make sure you keep checking the Official Charts website.

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