UK Ringtone Charts: 06/06/2010

1. David Guetta – Gettin’ Over You (new entry) – SONG OF THE WEEK!

David’s third UK number one comes courtesy of a remix of his earlier song ‘gettin Over’, and features the likes of Fergie, Will.I.Am and LMFAO. Exploring Guetta’s experience of falling for a girl and being left behind, he explains that the concept of the track is that he parties like there’s no tomorrow until the girl comes back to him. No harm in trying, David… Click here to download David Guetta ringtones.

2. B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars – Nothin On You (last week – 2)

A third week on the chart and a third week in the top two for B.o.B’s latest, though his other major recent single has now slipped down all the way to number 22 after they both occupied the top five for a couple of weeks. The urban world’s newest star originally wrote this track for Lupe Fiasco. His loss is B.o.B’s gain, it seems!

3. Jason DeRulo – Ridin Solo (last week – 4)

Jason celebrates his latest break up in the way only an R&B star knows how. In fact, he seems quite inordinately happy about his new single status, and clearly he’s not the only one: this track’s back up one and is going heavy on the radio play. Perhaps DeRulo’s break up was the best thing to happen to his career so far… Jason DeRulo ringtones up for grabs here.

4. Dizzee Rascal – Dirtee Disco (last week – 1)

Last week’s number one takes a dramatic tumble on this week’s charts, with bonkers rapper Dizzee disappearing into his own disco, during which the rapper outs the traditional old-wives saying ‘If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…’. It marked the singers fourth – and most short lived – Uk number one single.

5. Aggro Santos featuring Kimberly Wyatt – Candy (last week – 8)

Back up to it’s peak position at five in the singles charts, Aggro Santos is making a mark in the UK as well as back in his native Brazil these days. It also marks the return to the charts of former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, who – like almost every one-time member of that band – is now persuing her own career.

UK Albums Chart:

1. Jack Johnson – To The Sea (new entry)

Can there be a better lifestyle than professional surfer or professional singer> Jack Johnson’s certainly had it good, being wildly successful in both fields, and returns from his more off the wall lates offerings with a more beach-worthy, summer-in-Thailand style new album. ‘To The Sea’ will please fans and surfers alike, and keep Jack selling out those tours with quite incredible demand. Surfs up, Jack Johnson ringtones here.

2. Michael Buble – Crazy Love (last week – 2)

A non-mover for arguably the world’s most popular cover star. Michael’s success comes in large part from his impressive ability to twist other people’s music into a pop-worthy treat and spin it in his own way. He’s selling out stadiums these days, so we can expect to see him selling copies by the dozen for a good while yet. Download Michael Buble ringtones here.

3. Glee Cast – Glee The Music Volume 3, Showstoppers (last week – 3)

The first Glee album to maintain it’s chart position for more than just the first week, ’showstoppers’ notches a second week at number three, as the dramatic musical series heads towards its finale. Glee is here to stay, of course, but we’ll have to wait a little while for the next series to kick in. Meanwhile, there’s plenty of music from the show to get stuck in to.

4. Pendulum – Immersion (last week – 1)

Down three for the band still known as the best selling Drum and Bass act of all time, though their rockier direction – a progressive development over their last few albums – is arguably a better representation of what the band are really like. Immersion is a far cry from early favorite ‘Hold Your Colour’, but still every bit as riotous as you’ll have come to expect. Get some slamming Pendulum ringtones here.

5. Alicia Keys – The Element Of Freedom (last week -6)

The album many had tipped as Alicia’s first not to make number one eventually did it, and in some style, too. After 25 weeks in the charts it’s still hanging around, and The Element Of Freedom can now be considered one of her biggest successes. A slow builder, if you will. Smooth Alicia Keys ringtones on offer here.

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