Bruno Mars tops UK charts again
R&B sensation Bruno Mars has bounced back to the top of the UK album charts with hit record 'Doo Wops & Hooligans'
R&B sensation Bruno Mars has bounced back to the top of the UK album charts with hit record 'Doo Wops & Hooligans'.
Bruno Mars. Pic/AFP
The album topped the rundown a year ago, but recently shot back to the number two spot, behind Adele's record-breaking 21 disc, Contactmusic reported.
Mars, 25, is now at number one again with Adele at number two and British singer Ed Sheeran at number three. Mars, who began making music at a young age, has signed with Atlantic Records in 2009 after an unsuccessful stint with Motown Records.
Whereas, in the single charts, Jessie J is at number one with Domino, rapper Flo Rida is at two with Good Feeling, 'Mama Do The Hump' by the Rizzle Kicks is at three, number four is Avicii.