Icona Pop land first U.K. number one single
Swedish DJs Icona Pop have taken the U.K. singles chart by storm with the release of their hit track I Love It.
The collaboration with Charli XCX earned the duo its first U.K. number one, bumping Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell Williams to second place.
Bang Bang by will.i.am entered at three, just ahead of Walk Like Rihanna by The Wanted at four and La La La by Naughty Boy and Sam Smith at five.
In the U.K. albums chart, Tom Odell's Long Way Down premiered in the top spot, while Rod Stewart's Time entered at two.
All the Little Lights by Passenger climbed to three, To Be Loved by Michael Buble rose to four, and Jake Bugg's self-titled record jumped 22 spots to number five.
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