MC Tinie Tempah had held on to the number one spot in the singles chart - keeping Rihanna and Justin Bieber off the top spot.
Rihanna's Rude Boy stayed put at two, while Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris jumped a massive 185 places to third position with Baby.
Cheryl Cole moved up two places to number eight with Parachute.
In the album chart, Boyzone went straight in at number one on the album chart with Brother.
The album is a tribute to former bandmate Stephen Gately, who died last year, and is the band's first studio album in 12 years.
Robbie Williams' Sport Relief single, Morning Sun, failed to make the top 40 UK singles chart.
The song charted at 60 on Sunday's countdown.
The singer is expected to perform the track on the BBC's Sport Relief show on Friday.