Psy makes history atop UK singles chart
Mon, 01 Oct 2012 2:37p.m.
Rapper Psy has become the first South Korean pop star to top the UK singles chart thanks to his catchy tune ‘Gangnam Style’.
The YouTube sensation's song bumped The Script's collaboration with will.i.am, ‘Hall of Fame’, to second place.
Flo Rida's ‘I Cry’ rose to three, ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ by Taylor Swift jumped two spots to number four, and Ne-Yo's ‘Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)’ fell to five.
In the UK albums charts, Babel by Mumford & Sons stole the coveted top spot, while Green Day's Uno entered at two.
Pink's record The Truth About Love dropped to third, Battle Born by The Killers tumbled to fourth, and debuting in fifth was Together by Jonathan & Charlotte.
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