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Blighty Beat
CHARTS: NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL #1
10/6/17

Shania Twain has come out on top in this week’s battle to be the top selling album in the U.K., taking the Official Albums Chart crown by fewer than 1,000 combined sales. Twain’s Now (EMI) bested Wolf Alice’s Visions of a Life (Dirty Hit) by 764 combined sales. It is Twain’s second #1 album in the U.K., having hit the pinnacle in 1999 with Come On Over. It is only the second #1 album by a female artist released this year; Lana Del Rey’s Lust For Life was the first.

On the singles side, Republic’s Post Malone easily secures his first #1 single in Blighty. His “Rockstar” f/21 Savage accumulated a huge 5.7m streams this week. His next single, “I Fall Apart,” debuts at #40.

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