Reuters reports R. Kelly has remained atop the British singles chart with his sexually charged new single ‘Ignition Remix,’ the Official UK Charts Company said Sunday. The singer bested Girls Aloud, who saw ‘No Good Advice’ debut at #2. Big Brovaz with ‘Favorite Things’ got the #3 spot, while Sean Paul entered the charts in fourth place with his hip-hop track ‘Get Busy’. Former Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee entered the charts at #6 with her debut solo track ‘Lately’.
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