Nero stay top of the NME Chart for a second week

Dubstep duo hold off Cee Lo Green once again

Nero stay top of the NME Chart for a second week

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Nero have made it two weeks at the top of the NME Chart tonight (May 9) with 'Guilt'.

The dubstep duo's single held off competition from Cee Lo Green's 'Bright Lights Bigger City', which spends a second week at Number Two after previously spending two weeks at Number One.

Wiz Khalifa scores the week's highest new entry, with his new track 'Roll Up' debuting at Number Four on the countdown.

Beady Eye and Miles Kane also enjoy good weeks. The ex-Oasis' men's 'Millionaire' rises 32 places to Number Six and the former Rascals frontman's new single 'Rearrange' is at Number Ten.

The NME Chart Top Ten is:

1. Nero - 'Guilt'
2. Cee Lo Green – 'Bright Lights Bigger City'
3. Kanye West Ft Drake & Rihanna – 'All Of The Lights'
4. Wiz Khalifa – 'Roll Up'
5. Nicki Minaj – 'Girls Fall Like Dominoes'
6. Beady Eye – 'Millionaire'
7. Arctic Monkeys – 'Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair'
8. Panic! At The Disco – 'The Ballad Of Mona Lisa'
9. The Vaccines - 'If You Wanna'
10. Miles Kane – 'Rearrange'

See NME.COM/chart for more, including audio previews of each track.

Listen to NME Radio from 7pm (GMT) tonight to hear the full rundown. See NME.COM/radio for details of how to listen.

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