Dizzee Rascal has gone to the top of the UK singles chart with his first number one.
The rapper's song Dance Wiv Me beat Basshunters's single All I Ever Wanted into the number three spot, with Ne-Yo coming in second place.
The 'Glastonbury effect' has helped several artists in the charts this week.
The festival's headliner Jay-Z has seen his 2004 song 99 Problems make a return, while both Amy Winehouse and Neil Diamond saw their current albums move back up the chart and into the top ten.
Reggae star Eddy Grant, who was also at the event, saw his best of album enter the chart at number 14.
Also in the singles chart top ten were Jordin Sparks featuring Chris Brown with No Air at number four and Chris Brown with Forever at five.
Ironik climbed five places to enter the top ten at number six with his single Stay With Me and Coldplay were at number seven with Viva La Vida.
Coldplay kept their number one position in the album chart with Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends.