LONDON Feb 2 British four-piece act Clean
Bandit held onto the top spot in the singles chart on Sunday for
a second week with their track "Rather Be", seeing off a new
entry from U.S. producer will.i.am and friends, the Official
Charts Company said.
Clean Bandit, who formed in 2009 while studying at Cambridge
University, notched up their first singles chart number one the
previous week and built on that success, selling a further
The Official Charts Company hailed their achievement, saying
that will.i.am and the other artists involved with this week's
highest new entry - "Feelin' Myself" - which went straight in at
number two, had 12 UK number ones between them.
The other artists on the collaborative track were Miley
Cyrus, French Montana and Wiz Khalifa.
In the albums chart, British band You Me At Six seized the
top spot with a new entry - "Cavalier Youth" - knocking Ellie
Goulding's "Halcyon" into second place.
Beyonce held onto the third spot with her self-titled album.
(Reporting by Andrew Osborn; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)