Kele tops NME Chart with 'Tenderoni'

He holds off another new entry from the top spot

Kele tops NME Chart with 'Tenderoni'

Photo: Dean Chalkley

Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke's first solo single 'Tenderoni' has gone straight to the top of the NME Chart today (June 21).

He held off stiff competition from another new entry, Professor Green Ft Ed Drewett's 'I Need You Tonight', while last week's Number One 'Watercolour' by Pendulum slipped to Number Three.

The Top Ten is:

1. Kele - 'Tenderoni'
2. Professor Green Ft Ed Drewett - 'I Need You Tonight'
3. Pendulum - 'Watercolour'
4. Paul Weller - 'Find The Torch Burn The Plans'
5. Muse - 'Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)'
6. Everything Everything - 'Schoolin''
7. Mumford & Sons - 'Roll Away Your Stone'
8. Florence & The Machine - 'Cosmic Love'
9. Pendulum - 'Witchcraft'
10. We Are Scientists - 'Nice Guys'

See NME.COM/nmechart for more, including audio previews of each track, and check back every monday morning for the latest chart positions.

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