Jessie Ware scores first Top 40 single with 'Tough Love'

Ed Sheeran celebrates a seventh week at Number One in the Official Albums Chart with 'X'

Jessie Ware scores first Top 40 single with 'Tough Love'

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Jessie Ware has scored her first Top 40 single in the Official UK Singles Chart with 'Tough Love', which went in at Number 34 this evening (August 10).

'Tough Love' is taken from Ware's forthcoming second album of the same name. Elsewhere in the Official Singles Chart, Nico & Vinz are new at Number One with their single 'Am I Wrong'. In July, 'Am I Wrong' became the first track in history to reach the Official Singles Chart Top 75 based on streams alone. Its full sales release this week helped the track climb 51 places.

The other new entry in the Official Singles Chart this week comes from One Republic with 'Love Runs Out' at Number Three.

Ed Sheeran holds onto the top spot in the Official Album Chart, with a seventh week at Number One for 'X'. The highest new entry in today's album chart comes from Charlie Simpson, the former Busted and Fightstar musician, who is at Number 10 with his second solo album 'Long Road Home'.

Other new entries this week come from Pixie Lott, whose self-titled album is at 15, and Magic's 'Don't Kill The Magic' at Number 19.

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