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Scottish DJ Calvin Harris tops pop charts

Updated: 2012-10-22 10:19

Scottish DJ Calvin Harris tops pop charts

DJ Calvin Harris poses backstage with statuettes after winning the award for "Best Electronic Dance Music Video " at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, September 6, 2012.[Photo/Agencies]

Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris topped the British music charts on Sunday with the dance track "Sweet Nothing", a collaboration with the singer Florence Welch.

Last week's number one, "Don't You Worry Child", by Swedish House Mafia, a dance music trio from Stockholm, slipped to second place.

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South Korean singer Psy held steady at number three with "Gangnam Style", an Internet hit that has notched up half a million views on YouTube.

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Barbadian pop singer Rihanna's "Diamonds" kept the fourth spot, while London-born Adele fell three places to fifth with "Skyfall", the theme for the new James Bond film.

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On the album chart, English singer Jake Bugg was the new number one with his eponymous new release, according to the Official Charts Company, which compiles the weekly rundown.