The 1975 and KSI go head-to-head for this week’s Number 1 album

Derrick Santistevan

An intense fight in between KSI and The 1975 is emerging in the race for this week’s Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart.

Currently in lead is The 1975 with their 4th studio album Notes on a Conditional Type. Leading on CD and vinyl sales, the massive 22- track album takes the lead in general at the mid-week point.

Chasing their tails at Number 2 nevertheless is UK rapper KSI with his debut studio album Dissimulation, which is leading on streaming and download formats.

KSI, who is among the world’s most effective YouTubers with over 30 million customers, has up until now landed 4 Leading 40 songs– consisting of 2 Leading 10 s– from the collection, consisting of the Number 6-peaking Houdini ft. Swarmz & & Tion Wayne.

On The Other Hand, The 1975’s record consists of current songs Me & & You Together Song and If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know), which is their highest charting song to date, peaking at Number 14.

Likewise considering up a Leading 5 debut is rapper Agust D, much better called Suga from South Korean boyband BTS. His second mixtape under the name D-2 is currently at Number 3. United States rapper Gunna is poised for a Leading 10 debut with Wunna (6 ), which will be his highest charting album yet if it remains on track.

Charlatans frontman Tim Citizen is at Number 9 midweek with his 5th solo album I Love The New Sky, and Terribly Drawn Young boy returns with Banana Skin Shoes (14), his first album in a years and possibly 6th Leading 20 collection.

Andy & &(*************************** )Oddsocks, fronted by CBBC speaker Andy Day, start at Number 31 with their debut album Who remains in The Odd Socks? and lastly, American country-rock icon Steve Earle & & The Dukes locations at 32 midweek with Ghosts of West Virginia.

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