The British rapper is the first solo male artist to have four number one singles from one album after 'Dirtee Disco' climbed the chart.
Dizzee Rascal has made U.K. chart history as the first male solo artist to have four number one songs from the same album after his latest release, "Dirtee Disco", debuted atop the singles countdown. The track, along with the British rapper's previous chart topping hits "Dance Wiv Me", "Bonkers" and "Holiday", features on his 2009 album "Tongue n' Cheek".
Rascal knocks previous number one, B.o.B's "Nothin' On You", into second place, while Iyaz enters at three with "Solo". Singer Jason Derulo slips two spots to four with "Ridin' Solo", while Eminem's "Not Afraid" is another new entry at five.
Meanwhile, dance act Pendulum debuts atop the U.K. albums chart with "Immersion; Michael Buble's "Crazy Love" shoots up 17 places to two, and the cast of hit TV musical "Glee" score another high entry with "Glee The Music: Volume 3 - Showstoppers" at three.