Drake clinches quaternary Number 1 with 'Certified Lover Boy'
Rock legends Iron Maiden claim the biggest physical free of the calendar week with runner-upward Senjutsu, with 88% of their sales made upwards of physical copies. The band likewise earn this week’s Number 1 on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart.
Meanwhile, London rapper Little Simz claims her beginning Top 5, too indeed Top xl album amongst Sometimes I Might Be Introvert, which debuts at Number 4 too is the biggest-selling album inward independent record shops this calendar week. Close behind at Number 5 is ABBA’s Gold: Greatest Hits album, which lifts seven places next their comeback declaration too is at its highest position since August 2008.
Drum & bass grouping Rudimental return to the Official Chart amongst their quaternary album Ground Control at Number xvi, their 4th Top twenty, spell Tom Grennan’s chart-topping instant album Evering Road returns to the Top 20 thank you to a novel Special Edition featuring five new songs.
Finally, Lady Gaga’s Chromatica re-enters at Number 34 following the release of its novel remix album titled Dawn of Chromatica, which itself bows at 56.