Bruno Mars Scores Double Wins in Britain Charts
R&B singer Bruno Mars has scored a chart double in Britain after landing both the single and album top spots on Sunday, January 23. The star's debut album "Doo-Wops & Hooligans" shot to the number one slot, while his track "Grenade" is a non-mover at the top of the singles countdown, despite high-flying Adele's charge to two with Rolling "In the Deep".
British singer Jessie J's "Do It Like a Dude" drops a place to three, while Sean 'P. Diddy' Comb's band Diddy-Dirty Money is at four with "Coming Home". The top five is rounded out by rapper Wretch 32's "Traktor".
Mars' "Doo-Wops & Hooligans" topples Rihanna's "Loud" in the U.K. album chart, while White Lies' new record, "Ritual", debuts at three.
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