Black Eyed Peas's six-week run at the top of the singles chart looks finally set to end this Sunday with the new singles from Sugababes and MW-championed Kevin Lyttle competing strongly for the number one slot. Early retail reports suggest that little divides sales of all three records.
The Sugababes, single, which is the first taste of their forthcoming album, has enjoyed blanket media support and is at number three in this week's radio and TV airplay charts.
Meanwhile Kevin ...
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