‘Uptown Funk’ spends fourth week atop Singles Chart, Sam Smith returns to top of album chart

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ best idea ever mammoth collaboration ‘Uptown Funk’ is celebrating it’s fourth non-consecutive week at number one on the Official Singles Chart this week. The track, which holds the record for most streams in one week for 2.56million plays – continues it’s reign as the only number one single of 2015 so far.


The rest of the top 5 concludes with newcomer Philip George sitting at number two with ‘Wish You Were Mine’ whilst non-mover Ed Sheeran stays at number three with ‘Thinking Out Loud’. Olly Murs and Demi Lovato jump from number six to four with ‘Up’ and Hozier jumps to number five with ‘Take Me To Church’.

Over in the Albums Chart, Sam Smith is spending his thirty-third week in the top 10 with ‘In The Lonely Hour’ reclaiming the number one title for the fifth time. Ed Sheeran’s ‘X’ stays at number two whilst last week’s number one ‘Wanted On Voyage’ by George Ezra slips to number three. The top five concludes with Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ at number four and Olly Murs’ ‘Never Been Better’ climbs a place to number five.

Congratulations Samuel.


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