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U.K. CHARTS: MAMMA #1, NICKI SCORES TOP DEBUT

Nicki Minaj has the highest new album on the U.K.’s Official Charts this week with Queen (Island) entering at #5, while Miles Kane starts at #8 with Coup De Grace (Virgin EMI). Over on singles, George Ezra is back on top.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Polydor) is still the Official Albums #1 for a fourth week, followed by The Greatest Showman soundtrack (Atlantic) at #2.

Drake follows at #3 with Scorpion (Island) and George Ezra is at #4 with Staying at Tamara’s (Columbia). Minaj completes the Top 5 with her second best albums chart position in Blighty — Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded reached #1 in 2012.

Kane has matched his personal best with his third album this week's second highest new entry at #8, while Elvis Presley claims his 53rd U.K. Top 10 with Where No One Stands Alone (Sony Music CG) at #9.

On the Official Singles Chart, Ezra’s “Shotgun” has returned to the summit for a third non-consecutive week. Drake is down to #2 with “In My Feelings” (Island), followed by DJ Khaled, Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Quavo holding at #3 with “No Brainer” (Black Butter).

“Eastside” (UMG) by Benny Blanco f/Halsey has risen eight spots to #4, and Loud Luxury have also reached a new peak at #6 with “Body” f/Brando (AATW)

 

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