Daft Punk stormed to the top of the Scottish Chart last week with a little help from Nile Rodgers of ‘Chic’ fame and Pharell Williams.
‘Get Lucky’ is the French duo’s first ever number one single in the UK and it looks to take tough competition to knock it off the top spot!
However, there are 4 brand new entries inside the top 10 already this week…
Disclosure – You & Me (feat. Eliza Doolittle)
The Goo Goo Dolls – Iris
David Guetta – Play Hard (feat. Akon)
Passenger – Let her Go
Plus, Michael Bublé knocked Paramore off the top of the album chart with his album ‘To Be Loved’ – find out if he can make it two weeks on top!
From the album, here’s a bit of the ‘boob’ with ‘To Love Sombody’.
We’ll speak to you at the usual place, usual time this week, as we count down Scotland’s 40 biggest songs! x
There are 3 brand new entries inside the Scottish Chart Top 10 this week – but can any of them steal the crown from Duke Dumont?
– Will.I.Am feat. Justin Bieber – #THATpower
– Daft Punk – Get Lucky
– Rudimental – Waiting All Night
Find out on this week’s Scottish Chart as Martin & Roya count down Scotland’s 40 biggest songs!
Check out the brand new release from PSY. It’s the follow up to his smash hit ‘Gangnam Style’ which has reached an outstanding 1.5 billion hits on YouTube and spawned the dance craze of 2012!
This is ‘Gentleman’. Hear it on this week’s show!
Justin Timberlake made it 3 weeks at the top of the Scottish Chart with ‘Mirrors’ last week, but there are 4 new entries inside this week’s top 40 looking to steal his crown…
KODALINE – ‘High Hopes’
RECONNECTED (who?) – ‘One in a Million’
THE SATURDAYS – ‘What About Us’
PITBULL – ‘Feel This Moment’
Find out if one of our new entries can go straight in at number one as Richard and Roya count down Scotland’s 40 biggest songs…
David Bowie’s 24th studio album, released today, titled ‘The Next Day’ has stormed in to the number one spot; the star’s first number one album in 20 years.
It has also been named as the fastest selling album of 2013, so far.
‘The Next Day’ has already sold 94,000 copies this week, beating Biffy Clyro’s Opposites which sold 71,600 copies in its opening week in January.
Well done Dave! Let’s re-live some classic Bowie to celebrate! Here’s Starman…
Here’s the awkward moment we found out that One Direction aren’t completely perfect!
The band were performing a cover of Wheatus’ ‘Teenage Dirtbag’ in Cardiff last weekend, when Louis from the group managed to forget the lyrics…
In a haze of 10’000 screaming girls, we’re not really surprised!
Will there be a brand new number one on this week’s Scottish Chart, or will Avicii and Nicky Romero hold on to the top spot? There are some tough condenders looking to take the crown…
Ben Howard’s ‘Only Love’ has climbed up the chart an amazing 164 places after his BRIT awards success, while The 1D boys release their official Comic Relief charity single, and after ‘Suit and Tie’ failed to make a considerable impact on the charts; Justin Timberlake releases ‘Mirrors’.
Find out on this week’s show what Scotland’s official favourite song is!
After his success at last week’s BRIT Awards, Ben Howard’s ‘Only Love’ has climbed an impressive 164 places, and if sales continue; you can expect to hear it on this week’s show.
The 25 year old who hails from London released album ‘Every Kingdom’, which features ‘Only Love’ back in 2010, but it looks like ’13 is going to be big for Ben, especially after his ‘British Break Through Act’ and ‘British Solo Male Artist’ gongs at the awards ceremony last week.
Expect to hear a lot more of Ben Howard on the Scottish Chart in months to come.
There are 3 new entires in this week’s Scottish Chart Top 10…
Baauer – Harlem Shake
Gabrielle Aplin – Please Don’t Say You Love Me
Avicii VS Nicky Romero – I Could be the One
Find out if we’ve got a brand new number one on this week’s show.
Since January there’s been a new boy on the Scottish Chart scene (Davey left to pursue a career with MI5, after seeing Skyfall) – his name is Richard, but what do we know about him!?
It’s about time we got down and dirty… not literally, mind!
FULL NAME – Richard Sean MacDonald.
FAVOURITE MUSICAL ACT – The Maccabees (They’ll make it to the top of the Scottish Chart one day!!).
FIRST CD YOU BOUGHT – Busted – Busted.
FIRST GIG – 911 in 1999 ( DON’T JUDGE ME! I WAS ONLY 8!! Atomic Kitten were supporting though sooooo it was kind of a double whammy!!).
ANY SPECIAL TALENTS? – I can’t lie. Sorry, that’s untrue… this is awkward.
BEST BIT OF ADVICE YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN – “Don’t worry about it”.
TOP MUSIC TIP FOR 2013 – Disclosure are shaping up to take over 2013.