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Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Chart Watch - UK

So the UK charts are always a plethora of genres, styles and pop delights. Lets check out the UK movers and shakers this week, thanks to the Radio One Charts!

Nicola Roberts - Lucky Day
On the release of her new album Cinderella's Eyes on Monday, it was nice to see the Girls Aloud singer enter the top 40. The Stephen Agnes directed video for Lucky Day was filmed in New York where they wasn’t able to play the track on the street during production, so the Beat Of My Drum singer had to wear an ear piece with the track playing, of which she stated people were staring at as she was jumping around on the set with no music playing so people did not understand what she was doing! Well, who wouldn't stare at someone skipping and miming words down the street, however we are loving you right now Nicola, as we just got your album! Check out the video here

Ed Sheeran - The A Team
Riding high on his release of his new album +, Ed Sheeran has released his new track The A Team. The single by British folk soul artist tells the story of a heroin-addicted prostitute living on the streets of London. Check out the track below!

James Morrison - I Won't Let You Go

Taken from the singer's new album The Awakening which was released in the UK on Monday, the debut single I Won't Let You Go by brit James Morrison is a mid-tempo ballad about Gill, his long term girlfriend and the mother of his daughter .The song is the first single from his third studio album which is available digital now via iTunes

Jason Derulo - It Girl
Following up his first single Don’t Wanna Go Home, Jason Derülo second single It Girl from his new album Future History, is a mid tempo pop/R&B song that sings about a girl of his dreams! Check out the video here

Dappy - No Regrets

Cousin to UK X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos and fellow bandmate in N-Dubz singer has released his debut solo single produced by TMS and has scored the number 1 slot for this week! Impressive for a debut! Check out the track below and let us know what you think?

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