Junior Andre’s music career takes off as single hits number one in charts

Junior Andre's new single has hit number one in the charts just a number of hours after it was released.

The teenager, who is the son of Peter Andre and Katie Price, dropped his single 'Only One' on Friday morning – but now the track has already shot to number one on the official iTunes chart.

The 18 year old signed a deal with Columbia Records two years ago, with Junior hoping to follow in the footsteps of his father to have a successful pop career himself.

As his song climbed the charts, dad Peter was proud to see him heading out for his first TV interview on Loose Women on Friday afternoon.

Taking to Instagram, Peter said: "Can’t believe junior is going on Loose Woman on his own for the FIRST time today.

"His single ‘Only One’ is OUT NOW. Download on iTunes. Thank you so much for your support already everyone."

In a further update, he was reduced to tears, telling fans: "Yeah a bit emotional…… but for a reason.

"So proud of you son for being you. ‘Only One’ out now."

After reaching number one in the charts, Junior took to Instagram to thank people for streaming the song.

He said: "Honestly I am absolutely buzzing. I've hit number one on iTunes thanks to all you lovely people at home streaming my song. I can't put it into words how thankful I am, how happy I am, how proud of myself I am, and how ecstatic I am.

"This is just the start, more music is coming your way I'm telling you now. Look out, watch this space.

"I can't thank you all enough, you have my heart. Thank you guys."

He captioned his post saying: "Love you all. This is just the start. Let’s conquer the world together."

In the interview with Loose Women, he was asked about the top advice that dad Peter has given him. He said: "To always remain humble, stay grounded.

"Remember where you come from, because that's very important, and treat people with respect, love, positivity, and just be yourself."

He also spoke about the work he put in to get into his career. He said: "Every day since I was 15 music has been my life. After my GCSEs I spent every single day in that long summer holiday in the studio just creating songs.

"I've got about 150 songs that I've recorded, but in the creative process you have to make so many songs. You might record 20 songs and one of them might be good enough to release, I've just been working so hard."

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