Beyonce Back On Top!


Having slipped to No2 last week thanks to Radiohead, Beyonce climbs back up to the top spot with her latest video album 'Lemonade'.

With Beyonce followed by Drake's 'Views' at No2, Irish Balladeers The High Kings release their fourth studio album 'Grace & Glory' - entering at No3, giving them their highest position to date in these charts. Radiohead's No1 album 'A Moon Shaped Pool' slips down to No5 this week from its peak position last week. New entries include Norwegian DJ Kygo with his debut studio album 'Cloud Nine' entering at No7, just beating Irish singer-songwiter Nicky Byrne who stands at No8 with his debut studio album 'Sunlight'. Foy Vance sees his latest album 'The Wild Swan' enter at No10 while Dingle's Pauline Scanlon release her first solo album for ten years, 'Gossamer' - taking her into the Top 20 at No14. Lastly, Meghan Trainor makes an appearance with her latest release 'Thank You' - joining the charts at No15, not performing quite as well in its opening week as her first album 'Title' did, which entered the charts back in early 2015 at No5.

With no new entries into this week's Top40 Singles, we see Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla's 'One Dance' climb back up to No1, pushing Calvin Harris & Rihanna's 'This Is What You Came For' down to No2. Justin Timberlake's 'Can't Stop The Feeling' climbs to No3 following his Eurovision appearance last week, whilst Sia feat. Sean Paul's 'Cheap Thrills' take No4, sending Mike Posner's 'I Took A Pill In Ibiza' down to No5.

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