Andrew Lloyd Webber has another hit single -- this time fit for a queen.
"Sing," the official song of the Diamond Jubilee, is the top-selling song of the year and the album of the same name also reached No. 1, ousting Adele's Grammy-winning album "21" from top 10 for the first time in 18 months.
The last time Lloyd Webber performed such a musical feat was in 1976 when the album for Evita and "Don’t Cry for me Argentina" were simultaneously at the top of the charts.
The single, which sold more than 142,000 copies since last week, was presented to Queen Elizabeth II on June 4 to mark her 60 years on the throne. Lloyd Webber plays piano, Prince Harry plays the tambourine and vocals are from the Military Wives Choir.