Drake returns to Quantity 1 on the Legitimate Albums Chart with Licensed Lover Boy, denying Lil Nas X a chart-topping debut with Montero.
Drake’s most up-to-date narrative rebounds from 3 to 1 and leads on streams this week – though it was once a tantalisingly shut manufacture as fewer than 500 chart gross sales separate the Top 2 albums, with Lil Nas X’s debut studio collection leading on downloads.
Meanwhile, UK rapper Tion Wayne finishes at Quantity 5 together with his debut narrative Inexperienced With Envy, touchdown factual earlier than Bob Dylan’s Springtime In Fresh York – Bootleg 16 at Quantity 6. Springtime is Dylan’s 41st Top 10 album and claims the most physical gross sales of the week.
Legendary English rock band Genesis gain their first Top 10 album in seven years with hits collection The Closing Domino at Quantity 9, and Birmingham drill rapper M1llionz closes off this week’s Top 10 together with his debut mixtape Provisional License.
Extra down, Canadian metal neighborhood Spiritbox begin at Quantity 19 with debut album Eternal Blue, whereas worn Fleetwood Max guitarist Lindsey Buckingham bows at Quantity 25 together with his self-titled seventh solo album.
Lastly, nine-half Ample-Pop boyband NCT 127 originate their first UK Top 40 album with their third Korean language album Decal, which rounds off the chart at Quantity 40.