Olly Murs tops UK single and album charts
LONDON (Reuters) - Singer Olly Murs's single "Troublemaker", featuring U.S. rapper Flo Rida, retained the No. 1 spot in Britain's pop charts for a second week in a row on Sunday, the Official Charts Company said.
"Troublemaker" is Murs's fourth No. 1 single in the British charts.
The former contestant on the British version of television talent show 'The X Factor' also nabbed the top spot in the album charts with 'Right Place Right Time', leaving popular boy band One Direction in second place. (Reporting by Alessandra Prentice; Editing by Louise Ireland)
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