The hip-hop star keeps fellow rapper Fetty Wap's Trap Queen off the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for another week, while The Weeknd's Earned It also stays put at three.

Walk the Moon's Shut Up and Dance and Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk!, trade places at four and five to round out the new top five.

Ronson's hit, featuring Bruno Mars, has spent 24 weeks in the top five - one less than Leann Rimes' How Do I Live, which holds the record for the longest time in the top flight.

Meanwhile, on the U.S. album chart, the Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack debuts at number one, becoming the third soundtrack to reach the top of the countdown this year (15) - behind U.S. hip-hop drama Empire and Furious 7.

Last week’s (ends17May15) number one album, Mumford & Sons’ Wilder Mind, slips a spot to two, the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack moves back into the top five at three and David Guetta’s new album Listen jumps up from 30 to four.

The Furious 7 soundtrack rounds out the new top five.