Lady Gaga commemorates her 4th Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart today as her newest collection Chromatica debuts on top with outstanding opening-week numbers.
Gaga’s 6th record lands at the top with 53,000 chart sales– the biggest opening week for an album on the UK Official Chart in 2020 up until now. It’s likewise the greatest return for the vocalist in a long time, Chromatica smashes the first week tallies of her 2014 Tony Bennett duets album Cheek To Cheek, 2016’s Joanne and the cast recording of A Star Is Born from 2018.
Chromatica surpasses the rest of this week’s Leading 10 integrated, ending up as the very best carrying out album throughout physical, streaming and downloads. It’s likewise the fastest-selling vinyl record of the year to date, with 8,500 copies of the record bought on wax this week.
Gaga likewise declares the biggest opening week for a female artist album in well over a year, because Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next in February 2019.
3 tunes from Chromatica finish inside this week’s Official Songs Chart Top 40: Rain On Me ft. Ariana Grande at 2, Sour Sweet with Blackpink at 17 and Alice at 29.
On The Other Hand, Youtuber-turned-rapper KSI holds at Number 2 with his debut album Dissimulation, and Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Level finishes the Leading 3.
2 more brand-new releases land in this week’s Leading 10: Golden Hour by Norwegian manufacturer Kygo opens at 6, marking his second Leading 10 album, and Manchester rapper Aitch is brand-new at 7 with his Polaris EP.
Even More down, the debut album from Scottish indie group Vistas, Whatever Changes In The End, gets in at 21, and Canadian rock band Rush are brand-new at 22 with the 40 th anniversary edition of their 1980 album Long-term Waves.
Christine and the Queens’ La Vita Nuova EP makes its Leading 40 debut at 37 following its physical release, and UK drum & & bass cumulative Dutty Moonshine Big Band go into at 40 with City Of Sin.