Katy B knocks Nero off the top of the NME Chart

Singer ends duo's six week run at the summit

Katy B knocks Nero off the top of the NME Chart

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Katy B's 'Easy Please Me' has ended Nero's six week-long reign at the top of the NME Chart today (June 13).

The track rose from last week's Number Two to keep the dance duo's single 'Doubt' from making it seven weeks at the summit.

The top ten was largely unchanged, with the only new entry coming from The Vaccines with their new single 'All In White', which is at Number Nine.

The NME Chart Top Ten is:

1. Katy B – 'Easy Please Me'
2. Nero - 'Guilt'
3. Arctic Monkeys – 'Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair'
4. Cee Lo Green – 'Bright Lights Bigger City'
5. Wiz Khalifa – 'Roll Up'
6. The Vaccines - 'If You Wanna'
7. Nicki Minaj – 'Girls Fall Like Dominoes'
8. The Pierces – 'You'll Be Mine'
9. The Vaccines – 'All In White'
10. Friendly Fires – 'Live Those Days Tonight'


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

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