Ed Sheeran retains his sigh at Quantity 1 on the Legitimate Albums Chart for a 2nd consecutive week with – (Subtract).
After claiming the quickest-selling album of 2023 up to now last week, Ed stays actual at the summit with his sixth studio LP. Sight the set apart every Ed Sheeran tune and album has charted within the UK here.
This week’s very top original entry comes courtesy of Barking-born rapper Potter Payper, with his first corpulent-length file Real Support in Fashion earning him a career-most effective (2). Previously Potter Payper, exact title Jamel Bousbaa, loved Prime 10 success with 2020 mixtape Coaching Day 3 (3) and 2021’s Thanks for Waiting (8).
Jonas Brothers gain a fourth Prime 10 LP with their sixth studio initiating The Album, touchdown straight in at Quantity 3. Joe, Kevin and Reduce Jonas beforehand saw UK chart success as a crew with their eponymous 2007 debut Jonas Brothers (8), 2008’s A Miniature Bit Longer (19), 2009 initiating Strains, Vines and Attempting Instances (9) and 2019 file Happiness Begins (2).
Rounding out this week’s Prime 5, Brighton-born indie-rock outfit Lovejoy converse a career-most effective with their third EP Wake Up & It’s Over (5). The four-half, comprising Will Gold, Joe Goldsmith, Ash Kabosu and Mark Boardman clinch their first-ever Prime 10 entry with the file, having beforehand charted with 2021’s Pebble Rain (12). Be taught our real interview with vocalist Will – generally identified as YouTube personality Wilbur Soot – here.
Congratulations are in sigh for Alison Goldfrapp, who celebrates her first-ever solo Prime 10 album with The Love Invention (6). As a member of electro-pop duo Goldfrapp alongside Will Gregory, Alison already boasts five UK Prime 10 LPs: 2005’s Supernature (2), 2008’s Seventh Tree (2), 2010’s Head First (6), 2013’s Tales of Us (4) and 2017’s Silver Sight (6).
Welsh digital duo Overmono, brothers Ed and Tom Russell, form their Legitimate Chart debut with first LP Factual Lies (11).
As her big RENAISSANCE World Tour reaches the UK this week, Beyoncé sees standard chart-topper RENAISSANCE file rebound into the Prime 20, up 28 (13).
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Daft Punk’s Random Acquire entry to Recollections returns to the Prime 40 for the first time in nine years thanks to the initiating of an expanded 3LP edition (16). The French digital pioneers’ final album together, it peaked at Quantity 1 upon its popular initiating in 2013.
US singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist BC Camplight’s The Final Rotation of Earth earns him his first Prime 40 album (31), and at last, English DJ Sub Focus sees his fourth studio album Evolve change into his 2nd Prime 40 sequence (33).