Super producer Timbaland continues to rock Kate Nash's FOUNDATIONS - keeping her off top spot in the British singles charts for a second consecutive week.
His collaboration with U.S. singer Keri Hilson, The Way I Are, is a non-mover at number one, while Rihanna, whose 10-week reign he ended in the charts last week (29Jul07), drops another place to fourth.
Fergie replaces the Umbrella star at number three with Big Girls Don't Cry, while Kleerup featuring Robyn round out the top five with dance number With Every Heartbeat.
It isn't all good news for Timbaland however, as his album Shock Value slips two places to four in the albums chart.
Britain's Got Talent winner Paul Potts tops the chart with his One Chance record - holding off stiff competition from two debut albums - Amy MACdonald's This Is The Life and Newton Faulkner's Hand Built By Robots - which enter the chart at two and three respectively.
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