Duke Dumont and A*M*E bring home first Official Number 1

Duke Dumont and A*M*E clinch their first Official Number 1 single with Need U (100%), knocking Ant and Dec's Let's Get ready To Rhuble off the top of the charts!

Duke Dumont and A*M*E clinch their first Official Number 1 single with Need U (100%), knocking Ant and Dec's Let's Get Ready To Rhumble off the top of the charts!

British DJ/producer Duke Dumont will be cracking open the fizz tonight as new single Need U (100%), with a little help from A*M*E, fires straight to Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.

Following an early career remixing the likes of Lily Allen and Mystery Jets, and providing a guest mix in the esteemed Fabric Live compilation series, the Switch-mentored Duke Dumont now cranks it up a notch further, becoming a fully fledged chart topper in his own right.

Need U (100%) sees Duke Dumont taking centre stage, teaming up with songwriter MNEK. The ‘90s-infused club track features the vocals of 18 year old London singer/songwriter A*M*E and has even attracted attention from Harry Styles on Twitter, who described it as a ‘bangin’ tune’.

Need U has already enjoyed the Top 20 spotlight in Europe, and today topples Geordie TV presenters Ant and Dec’s Let’s Get Ready To Rhumble (Number 6) to become officially the biggest selling record of the week in the UK.

Duke Dumont told OfficialCharts.com "I'd just like to thank everybody that went out and purchased Need U 100%. I've been making music for about six years now - remixes and making club music - but this is my first song I've had in the Charts. It means even more to me that everyone went out and bought it and made it Number 1!

"Unfortunately A*M*E is away recording in Los Angeles, but I'm sure she'd want to thank everybody, too. She was a fantastic talent to work with and really made the record what it is."

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P!nk’s Just Give Me A Reason FT Nate Ruess is a non-mover at Number 2, while Justin Timberlake’s Mirrors climbs one place to 3. Former chart topper, The SaturdaysWhat About Us? FT Sean Paul, slips to Number 4 and Bastille’s Pompeii (5) completes this week’s Official Singles Chart Top 5.

New entries

In addition to Duke Dumont FT A*M*E there are seven other new entries in the Official Top 40 this week.

Canadian crooner Michael Buble picks up his highest charting single since 2009’s Haven’t Met You Yet with It's A Beautiful Day, new in at Number 10 this week. The track is taken from Buble’s forthcoming eighth studio album, To Be Loved, which is released later this month.

Chris Brown’s new single, Fine China, debuts at 29, having crept up 10 places since midweek. The track is the first taster of the controversial US star’s upcoming sixth studio album, X.

Californian trio Haim take the title of the week’s highest climbers, up 25 places to Number 30 with their new single, Hold Me. Iggy Azalea soars 17 places from 53 to 36 with Work, while Macklemore and Ryan Lewis climb eight places to score their second Top 40 single with Can’t Hold Us.

And finally, congratulations to Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons, who have bagged a Number 2 over on the Official Albums Chart this week with their newly-released debut album Night Visions, and have racked up no less than three entries in the Official Singles Chart Top 40Radioactive (14), On Top Of The World (new in at 34), It’s Time (new in at 40).

The Official Singles Chart Top 10 is as follows. See the full Official Singles Chart Top 100 here after 7pm.

1 NEED U (100 PERCENT) DUKE DUMONT FT AME
2 JUST GIVE ME A REASON P!NK FT NATE RUESS
3 MIRRORS JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
4 WHAT ABOUT US THE SATURDAYS FT SEAN PAUL
5 POMPEII BASTILLE
6 LET'S GET READY TO RHUMBLE PJ & DUNCAN
7 HEY PORSCHE NELLY
8 FEEL THIS MOMENT PITBULL FT CHRISTINA AGUILERA
9 WHEN I WAS YOUR MAN BRUNO MARS
10 IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY MICHAEL BUBLE

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