Amy Winehouse holds off Jay-Z and Kanye West to stay Number One

Dance duo Nero also score their first UK Number One in the singles chart

Amy Winehouse has secured a third posthumous week at Number One with her 2006 LP ‘Back To Black’.

The late singer’s second LP held off Kanye West and Jay-Z‘s collaboration album ‘Watch The Throne’ which entered at Number Three. Adele remains at Number Two with ’21’.

There were two other new entries in the Top 40, with Randy Crawford‘s new compilation ‘Best Of’ entering at Number Seven and Trivium hitting Number 16 with their new LP ‘In Waves’.

In the singles chart, dance duo Nero scored their first UK Number One with ‘Promises’ after Cher Lloyd‘s ‘Swagger Jagger’ fell to Number Three and JLS‘She Makes Me Wanna’ held firm at Number Two.

There were two high profile climbers in the Top Five with David Guetta‘s collaboration with Ludacris and Taio Cruz ‘Little Bad Girl’ going up two places to Number Four and Christina Perri rising a full 12 places to Number Five with her single ‘Jar Of Hearts’.

The rest of the UK Top 40 remained largely unchanged, with ‘Titanium’, David Guetta‘s collaboration with Sia, the only track to enter the chart for the first time at Number 16.

The Top 10 UK singles are:

1. Nero – ‘Promises’
2. JLS feat. Dev – ‘She Makes Me Wanna’
3. Cher Lloyd – ‘Swagger Jagger’
4. David Guetta feat. Taio Cruz & Ludacris – ‘Little Bad Girl’
5. Christina Perri – ‘Jar Of Hearts’
6. The Wanted – ‘Glad You Came’
7. Ed Sheeran – ‘The A Team’
8. Rizzle Kicks – ‘Down With The Trumpets’
9. DJ Fresh feat. Sian Evans – ‘Louder’
10. Beyoncé – ‘Best Thing I Never Had’

The Top 10 UK albums are:

1. Amy Winehouse – ‘Back To Black’
2. Adele – ’21’
3. Jay – Z and Kanye West – ‘Watch The Throne’
4. Amy Winehouse – ‘Frank’
5. Adele – ’19’
6. Beyonce – ‘4’
7. Randy Crawford – ‘Best Of’
8. Bruno Mars – ‘Doo Wops & Hooligans’
9. Lady Gaga – ‘Born This Way’
10. Jessie J – ‘Who You Are’