Singles Chart Analysis: Jessie J holds off Rizzle Kicks and Guetta

The latter disc trailed its European rivals all week but finally overcame them to climb 3-2 with sales up 28.80% week-on-week at 52,928.

Tucked in just behind it, Titanium rises 8-3 (48,851 sales) for France's David Guetta and Australian singer/songwriter Sia, while the week's highest debut, Antidote - pairingThe Swedish House Mafia and Knife Party - sold 46,757 copies to debut at number four. It is the fourth straight Top 10 hit for The Swedish House Mafia - a collaboration ...

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