Radiohead straight to the top!


After a 5 year break, UK icons Radiohead achieve their 6th No1 in these charts with 9th studio album entitled 'A Moon Shaped Pool' - keeping Beyonce's latest video album 'Lemonade' at No2.

Last week's No1 album 'Stayin' Up All Night' from Nathan Carter drops two places to No3 this week, only to push Drake's latest release 'Views' down to No4. Other new entries this week include Gregory Porter with his highest debut position to date with a new album 'Take Me To The Alley' at No11, just beating Skepta's 'Konnichiwa' which debuts at No13. The last two notable entries this week are from James Blake - joining at No16 with 'The Colour Of Anything', his third studio album. Finally lead singer of Anthony and the Johnsons is back in the charts at No25 with a new project, name and gender - releasing 'Hopelessness' under the name Anonhi.

This week's Singles Chart gets a small shakeup as Calvin Harris & Rihanna push Drake, Wizkid & Kyla's 'One Dance' down to No2 with the track 'This Is What You Came For' which now stands at No1. Sia & Sean Paul's 'Cheap Thrills' takes No3 whilst Mike Posner's 'I Took A Pill In Ibiza' takes No4, giving way for a new entry at No5 - Justin Timberlake's 'Can't Stop The Feeling' - making it into this week's charts ahead of his Eurovision performance. This will mark the first time a non-contestant star has performed at the ceremony in its history.

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