Kanye West’s Donda lands straight in at Quantity 1 on the Official UK Albums Chart, securing the rapper his third chart-topping legend.
Following its digital-finest release on Sunday (August 29), Donda – named after Kanye’s leisurely mother – takes the top set up with 20,000 chart sales. 91% of its week 1 total is streaming identical sales, with the closing 9% being downloads. In total, Donda racked up 33.4 million streams across its 27 tracks.
Kanye’s tenth studio album becomes his third UK Quantity 1, following 2007’s Commencement and 2013’s Yeezus. Gaze Kanye’s Official UK Chart history in burly right here.
Meanwhile, rising star Maisie Peters enters at Quantity 2 along with her debut album You Signed Up For This – and used to be the top selling album in UK autonomous legend stores all the way in which by the last seven days. Wonderful week’s chart-topper, Olivia Rodrigo’s Bitter, drops to 3.
Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches land at Quantity 4 with their fourth album Conceal Violence, and Halsey completes the Top 5 along with her fourth legend If I Can’t Personal Love I Need Energy – the UK’s most effective-selling album on vinyl this week.
In other places, Becky Hill’s debut album Most attention-grabbing Authorized At The Weekend opens at Quantity 7, KSI’s All Over The Space rebounds ten areas to Quantity 10 following a deluxe version release, and ABBA’s Gold – Most attention-grabbing Hits edges closer to the Top 10 – up two spots to Quantity 12 – following news of their new album Voyage and digital dwell performance.
Additional down, Sea slither Boys boxset Truly feel Flows: The Sunflower & Surf’s Up Sessions 1969-1971 enters at 19, Toyah earns her eighth Top 40 album with Posh Pop at 22, and a remastered version of Supergrass’ In It For The Money lands at 28.
In the extinguish, US band OneRepublic delivery at Quantity 30 with their fifth album Human, and a 15th anniversary reissue of The Kooks’ debut album Inner In/Inner Out bows at 40.