It’s third time lucky for Ariana Grande, who finally achieves her first Official Albums Chart Number 1 with Dangerous Woman.
The album, which features collaborations with Lil Wayne, Macy Gray and Nicki Minaj, reached the top spot just 600 combined chart sales ahead of her nearest rival, Drake's Views.
Last week's Number 1 from the Canadian rapper was the most streamed collection of the last seven days, garnering over 11,000 sales-equivalent streams.
New in at Number 3 is Richard Ashcroft, with fifth studio album These People, making it his fourth Top 5 as a solo artist. He previously scored two Top 5 albums as frontman of The Verve.
This week's Number 4 is Beyoncé's Lemonade and Bob Dylan is new at Number 5 with his 37th studio album Fallen Angels. The album is also Bob's 37th Top 10. View Bob Dylan's complete UK singles and albums chart history here.
New entries and high climbers
Narrowly behind Bob Dylan is Eric Clapton with his twenty-third studio album I Still Do (6) and Coldplay rebound 8 places to Number 8 with A Head Full Of Dreams.
Further down the chart, Against the Current hit 28 with their debut album In My Bones and there are five new entries and re-entries sitting back-to-back:
Bruce Foxton secures his first Top 40 album with Smash the Clock (31), a remastered version of David Bowie's Changesonebowie compilation debuts at 32 and Manic Street Preachers' reissued Everything Must Go is at 33.
Bob Dylan's The Very Best Of re-enters at 34 and Lonely the Brave's Things Will Matter begins at 35, marking their second Top 40 album.
Bon Jovi's Greatest Hits also makes a reappearance in the Top 40, rising eight spots to Number 39.
Take a look back at every Official Albums Chart Number 1 in our gallery: