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This week on the album chart a load of new faces storm the Top Ten as Jack & Jack, Jill Scott, Hopspin, Lamb of God, Bea Miller and Dej Loaf all make their first appearances. The week's enduring album smashes, DS2 from Future and the perennial winner 1989 from Taylor Swift, maintain but fall slightly. 

On the singles side, OMI has overtaken Taylor Swift and The Weeknd to sit at the #1 spot with "Cheerleader" (he's on the verge with doing the same in airplay at two formats this week as well); The Weeknd can console himself with having two smashes in the Top 10.  Meanwhile, Selena Gomez and Major Lazer ascend to #7 and #9, respectively. 

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