Chris Brown Ends's Vodafone Big Top 40 Reign With 'Don't Wake Me Up'

1 July 2012, 19:25 | Updated: 1 July 2012, 19:34

The 'Turn Up The Music' singer scores his second number one of the year with his latest single.

Chris Brown shots straight in at number one this weekend on the Vodafone Big Top 40.

The 'Beautiful People' singer ended's one-week reign at the top with 'This Is Love', following the release of his latest single 'Don't Wake Me Up'.

The single is the fourth international release from Chris Brown's upcoming fifth studio album 'Fortune', which is officially release in both the US and the UK this coming week (2nd July).

Maroon 5 remain in second place with their former Big Top 40 number one single 'Payphone', while dropped to number three on this weekend's chart (1st July).

View a still from Chris Brown's music video for 'Don't Wake Me Up' below:

Flo Rida's summer anthem 'Whistle is at number four while Stooshe's latest single 'Black Heart' rounds out the top five songs of the week.

Katy Perry enjoys a top ten position with 'Wide Awake', following a week of promotion around the world ahead of the release of her 3D concert movie Katy Perry: Part Of Me 3D.

You can hear the Vodafone Big Top 40 with Rich and Kat every Sunday from 4-7pm