Former X Factor contestant and one-time stripper Chico has held on to the number one spot in the singles chart.
Chico's full name is Chico Slimani
It's Chico Time fought off rock outfit Orson's No Tomorrow and Beep by girl group the Pussycat Dolls.
Sugababes and Kanye West entered the chart at four and six respectively but Craig David could only manage a new entry at number 18 with Unbelievable.
The first solo album by Pink Floyd's Dave Gilmour since 1984 went straight in at number one on the album chart.
It knocked soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae off the top spot.
Rae, who topped the BBC News website's Sound of 2006 new talent survey, is at five in the singles chart with Put Your Records On.
Opera singer Andrea Bocelli entered the chart at number four with Amore, which includes collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Christine Aguilera and Kenny G.
Van Morrison's Pay The Devil made its debut at number eight.
The veteran singer has released over 30 albums since his solo debut Astral Weeks in 1968.