Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia climbs to Number 1 on today’s Official Albums Chart, earning the vocalist her first chart-topping record in the UK.
Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia Official Number 1 Album AwardThe collection raises from 2 to 1 after directly losing on a Number 1 debut recently to 5 Seconds Of Summertime’s Calm. Dua’s self-titled debut peaked at Number 3 in March 2018.
In addition to bagging her first Number 1 album, Future Nostalgia is likewise the first record by a solo woman to reach the top in 2020.
Dua informs OfficialCharts.com: “Getting a Number 1 in my home country is a dream come true!! I’m so grateful for all the love and the support especially during these difficult times. Sending love to all of you and thank you for everything ????????????’”
Dua ends up 7,000 chart sales ahead of her closest rival, Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Degree, which rebounds 3 locations to Number 2. The Weeknd’s After Hours locations at 3, Harry Styles’ Fine Line returns to the Leading 5, up 5 areas to Number 4, and Billie Eilish’s When All of us Go to sleep, Where Do We Go? lifts 3 locations to Number 5.
At Number 10, Expense Withers’ The Ultimate Collection becomes his highest- ever charting album in the UK following the soul vocalist’s death recently aged 81, with fans gathering to his music all week in the wake of the news. His previous peak on the Official Albums Chart was with 1978’s Menagerie, which reached Number 27.
In other places, United States artist Thundercat opens at Number 23 with It Is What It Is, his highest charting record in the UK, and American pop-punk band Perpetuity Low debut at Number 28 with their 8th studio album Awaken Sunlight, on digital download and streaming just.
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