This new entry to the chart, which sold 70 000 copies, had its competition in other new records, runner up “Act Two” by Collabro, TV talent show-winners and stars, and third best “In Colour” by Jamie XX.
The fourth charted album is another new entry, “Big Love” by veteran stars of pop music Simply Red, and they charted ahead of star songstress Taylor Swift and her “1989”.
As for the singles chart, Jason Derulo has been ruling it for the second consecutive week with “Want To Want Me”. Close behind him in the top four are Natalie La Rose with “Somebody”, Felix Jaehn’s remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader” and Major Lazer’s “Lean On”.
A star-studded collaboration of Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber is charting fifth with “Where Are U Now”.
The highest new entry of the week is “Roads” at No11 by boy band Lawson, who have managed to enter the top twenty with their seventh hit so far.