Will Young tops UK album chart, Jason Derulo the singles chart

1 Jun 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Haitian American Pop Star Jason Derulo Unveils New Album.

It’s all change at the top of the Official Singles and Official Albums Chart this week according to information released by the Official Charts Company.

The album will be available to stream online and features new single “Want To Want You.” The singer collaborated with big name artists Stevie Wonder and country star Keith Urban on the track Broke. Want To Want Me has racked up a combined chart sales figure of over 127,000 in the past seven days, leading its nearest competitor – OMI’s Cheerleader (2) – by 60,000, whilst also claiming the title of the most purchased track of the week.

The song details the “classic problem” of the idea more money equals more problems. “I never really got that meaning until it happened to me personally,” Derulo said. “The more you make, the more problems you have. Derulo told OfficialCharts.com: “I just want to say thank you to all the fans for giving me this tremendous pleasure,” he added: “It never ever gets old.

At Number (3) this week is ‘Where Are U Now’ from Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber while Wiz Khalifa’s ‘See You Again’ featuring Charlie Puth is at Number (4) and Taylor Swift is at Number (5) with her new single ‘Bad Blood’. Martin Garrix is back in the Top 10 with ‘Don’t Look Down’ featuring Usher at Number (9) while Mans Zelmerlow, this year’s Eurovision winner makes his debut at Number (11) with ‘Heroes’. So many things would be so different if I was just Jason from down the block.” “I have so many different dimensions as a person, as we all do,” he said during a radio interview. “This album is a package. It’s about taking the whole entire masterpiece if you will.” “During the writing of this album I wanted to make sure that I was being true to myself and explaining the stories of my life and in turn I would be explaining the stories of other people’s lives,” he said. “You can find yourself in my stories because we go through very similar things.”

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