Derulo had held on to the top spot for four weeks.
Tinie Tempah has just scored his sixth UK number one single after his latest release 'Not Letting Go' topped the charts on Sunday. The track features guest vocals from Jess Glynne and is the first release from Tempah’s upcoming third studio album.
Tinie Tempah is on top of the UK charts.
According to the Official Charts Company, ’Not Letting Go’ shifted 110,000 to top the singles chart, giving the rapper his sixth number one single. Last week’s chart topper, Jason Derulo's 'Want To Want Me' ended up falling down to the number three spot after spending four weeks at number one.
'I Cry When I Laugh' is set for release in August.
She's finally set to launch her debut album this summer, but London singer songwriter Jess Glynne has more surprises in store in the way of her 8-date tour which will see her performing in arenas in all major UK cities in November.
Jess Glynne tours UK cities again this Autumn
Beginning on Halloween, Jess Glynne takes to the road with a show art Cardiff's Great Hall, before spending the first half of November at O2 Academies in Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle, as well as a spot at London's The Roundhouse. This is in conjunction with the summer dates she's already performing, among which are Wireless Festival and Isle Of White Festival.
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Glynne held ono the top spot despite stiff competition from Nick Jonas.
Jess Glynne has held onto the top spot on the UK singles chart for a third week with single ‘Hold My Hand’. The single is the third chart topper to feature the 25 year old Londoner, but it’s her first solo track to reach the coveted number one spot.
Jess Glynne has stayed at the number one spot with ‘Hold My Hand’.
Glynne’s strongest competition this week came from US singer Nick Jonas who’s single ‘Jealous’ landed at the number two spot. Years and Years rose one place to take the number three position with ‘King', while James Bay spent his sixth week in the top ten with ‘Hold Back The River’ in the number four spot.
The popstar will be joined by headliners Rudimental and McBusted from August 28th - 30th.
None other than Canadian heartthrob Justin Bieber will be headlining Birmingham's Fusion Festival this Summer, performing for the event's first ever Friday opening on August 28th 2015 as it becomes a 3-day event for the very first time.
Fusion Festival with Vimto will mark an exclusive UK performance for the award-winning, record-breaking popstar, whose last performance in the country was in 2013 as part of his Believe World Tour. He'll be facing 50,000 festival goers at Cofton Park in Birmingham, alongside Saturday and Sunday's respective headliners Rudimental and McBusted.
London quartet Clean Bandit are well on their way to landing their first number one with their single 'Rather Be' featuring Jess Glynne - and it's absolutely no surprise. We thought they were good with their quirky classical/electronic/rap venture 'Mozart's House' last year, but this new track really shows that Clean Bandit are serious.
'Rather Be' is simply a mushy love song, be it about a lover, a friend or a family member, but the lyrical soppiness ('As long as we're together, there's no place I rather be') is definitely forgiven over the stunning instrumentation that accompanies it.
They've got the classical effect going on once again in 'Rather Be' with a jovial violin intro that is repeated in the chorus, but it's the flawless layering that really makes this song uniquely brilliant. It's not an unheard of structural method to individually build on sounds and instruments from the start of a song, but some electronic artists can be unjustifiably messy with their song-crafting these days. While the violin is the first sound we hear on the track, it is soon joined by the soulful vocals of Jess Glynne, then some upbeat, video game style synth blips before the slow bass kicks in.
Continue reading: Clean Bandit - Rather Be Feat. Jess Glynne Single Review