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Dizzee Rascal's 'Dirtee Disco' to be knocked off singles peak by B.O.B?

Plus Pendulum's reign at the top of the album chart looks to be shortlived according to midweeks

Tom Oxley
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Dizzee Rascal looks likely to be knocked off the top of the UK singles chart by B.O.B. after just one week at Number One.

According to today's (June 2) official midweek sales figures, the rapper's track 'Dirtee Disco' has slipped to Number Two, being outsold by B.O.B. featuring Bruno Mars' track 'Nothin' On You', which held the top spot before 'Dirtee Disco' was released.

Last week's Number One in the album chart, 'Immersion' by Pendulum, has also been knocked into the midweek second place, with Michael Buble's album 'Crazy Love' rising one place to Number One.

Jack Johnson's 'To The Sea' is currently new in at Number Three in the midweek album chart.

Be sure to check NME.COM from 7pm (BST) this Sunday (6) to see who tops both charts.

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