Popular English singer and songwriter Katy B managed to debut at No. 1 in the UK on Sunday, February 16, 2014, with her sophomore record ‘Little Red’, released via Rinse Recordings/Columbia/Sony. Meanwhile, Clean Bandit’s ‘Rather Be’ featuring Jess Glynne is still holding the top position on the singles chart, fourth week in a row.

Katy B reaches No 1 in UK with Little Red

The ‘What Love Is Made Of’ singer reached No. 2 with ‘Katy B On A Mission’, her debut album which was released back in 2011 and has been gaining popularity ever since, even scoring a fourth top ten single when ‘Crying For No Reason’ entered at No. 5 two weeks ago.

Moreover, Ellie Goulding’s highly popular record ‘Halcyon’ is back on the No. 2 spot, while ‘If You Wait’ by London Grammar moved up again at No. 3. Everyone is still buzzing about Beyonce’s self-titled record – which took the No. 4 spot – while Avicii fell from No. 2 to No. 5 with ‘True’.

Temples – the English psychedelic rock band – had a relatively good start at No. 7 with ‘Sun Structures’, while Bombay Bicycle Club’s ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ fell to No. 8, from last week’s No. 1. In addition to that, Lisa Stansfield managed to return to No. 13 with ‘Seven’.

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