The Dutch duo's collaboration with Far East Movement enters straight at the top spot, knocking will.i.am and Britney Spears down to two with 'Scream & Shout'.
"We are so excited to have our first number one record in the UK!," Bingo Players told The Official Charts Company. "Growing up in the Netherlands, we have always watched the UK charts as a great indicator of what's to come next, and really admired and looked up to great British dance artists and producers like The Prodigy and The KLF.
"Now to be among those ranks means the world to us! We couldn't have done it without the support of our fans, so we have to give them a shout out and thank them for their support through the years."
Taylor Swift climbs one place to three with 'I Knew You Were Trouble' after 16 weeks on the chart, while Rihanna sticks at four with 'Stay'. Calvin Harris and Tinie Tempah climb one spot to five with 'Drinking from the Bottle'.
Conor Maynard leaps a big 28 places to six with his Wiley collaboration 'Animal'. 50 Cent falls five to seven with 'My Life' with Eminem and Adam Levine.
Emeli Sandé climbs three places to eight with 'Clown'. James Arthur slips two to nine with 'Impossible', while Pitbull drops two to ten with 'Don't Stop the Party'.
Amelia Lily just misses out on a Top 10 spot, with 'Shut Up (And Give Me Whatever You Got)' landing at 11. Justin Timberlake drops nine places to 12 with 'Suit & Tie'.
Lawson climb a further 13 places to 15 with 'Learn To Love Again'. Flo Rida leaps ten spots to 23 with 'Let It Roll'.
Macklemore earns a new entry at 24 with 'Thrift Shop', while Dizzee Rascal climbs 13 places to 25 with 'Bassline Junkie'.
Rita Ora's latest single 'Radioactive' is new at 32, with Ellie Goulding entering at 33 with 'Explosions'.
Little Mix sneak into the Top 40 with new single 'Change Your Life' at 36.
Watch the video for 'Get Up (Rattle)' by Bingo Players below:
Source: Official Charts Company
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