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Rapper knocks DJ off the top spot
Ja Rule
Ja Rule has gone straight in at number one
Rapper Ja Rule has shot straight to the top of the singles charts with his new single Wonderful.

The record, which features R&B stars R Kelly and Ashanti, knocked Eric Prydz off the top spot.

The Swedish DJ's Call on Me fell down to second place after spending a total of five weeks at number one.

Daniel Bedingfield at number three with Nothing Hurts Like Love, and Jay Sean just at four with Stolen, were both new entries in the chart.

Wonderful - Ja Rule
Call on Me - Eric Prydz
Nothing Hurts Like Love - Daniel Bedingfield
Stolen - Jay Sean
My Neck My Back Khia

Dannii Minogue also shot into the top 10 with You Won't Forget About Me at number seven, while The Libertines scraped in with their new entry What Became Of The Likely Lads at nine.

Fallers in the chart included Blue's Duncan James and Keedie who slipped three places to eight with I Believe My Heart.

My Neck My Back, by Khia, fell one place to five and Millionaire by Kelis, featuring OutKast's Andre 3000, went down three to six.

Robbie Williams held onto the number one spot in the album charts with his Greatest Hits but his single Radio tumbled from ninth place to 17 in the singles chart.

Ronan Keating's 10 Years of Hits stayed at number two and rocker Rod Stewart was also stationary at number three with Stardust - The Great American Songbook, Volume 3.

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