Sun May 04, 2014 7:48 pm
Calvin Harris has claimed his sixth UK number one single.
The Scottish DJ tops this week's countdown with latest single 'Summer', which serves as the lead single from his upcoming fourth studio album.
He beats last week's chart topper, 'Waves' by Mr Probz, to the top spot by nearly 7,000 copies.
Kiesza's 'Hideaway' slips from two to three, while Sigma's 'Nobody To Love' is also down one to four. John Legend's 'All Of Me' completes this week's top five.
Cash Cash (featuring Bebe Rexha) falls one place to six with 'Take Me Home', above 'Stay High' by Tove Lo at seven and Shift K3Y's 'Touch', which is a non-mover at eight.
Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' climbs two spots to nine, above 'Loyal' by Chris Brown, which is up five spots to ten.
Paloma Faith rises 30 places to number 20 with her Diane Warren-penned single 'Only Love Can Hurt Like This'.
Michael Jackson's posthumous single 'Love Never Felt So Good', the lead single from new album Xscape, debuts at number 27 after just 24 hours on sale.
Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar's Amazing Spider-Man 2 track 'It's On Again' makes its Top 40 debut at number 39, while 'Marilyn Monroe' Pharrell Williams climbs 54 places to number 40.
Source: Official Charts Company