Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia scores fourth week at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart

Plus there are big new entries for Hayley Williams, Kehlani and a chart record for Dame Vera Lynn.

Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgiaa returns to Number 1 on this week's Official Albums Chart, claiming a fourth non-consecutive week at the top.

Future Nostalgia hasn't left the Top 5 since its release seven weeks ago, and is the first female artist album to claim more than three weeks at Number 1 in three years, since Little Mix's Glory Days in 2017.

Meanwhile, Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent rebounds from 3 to 2, and last week's Number 1, Dark Lane Demo Tapes by Drake, slips to 3. 

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Two new entries complete this week's Top 5: Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams enters at 4 with her debut solo album Petals For Amor, and the D-Day Darlings are at 5 with a re-release of their 2018 album I'll Remember You. The former Britain’s Got Talent finalists originally reached Number 15 with the collection, which has been reissued with four new songs to commemorate VE Day.

Kehlani also scores a big entry this week with her latest album It Was Good Until It Wasn't, new at Number 10 - a new personal best on the Official Chart for the US singer-songwriter. 

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Further down, Canadian rapper Nav lands at Number 18 with his third studio album Good Intentions, and Vera Lynn's greatest hits album 100 re-enters at Number 30 following last week's commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE day. The collection saw the Dame become the first centenarian to chart when it was first released in 2017, where it reached Number 3. Now, at 103, she is the oldest artist ever to score a Top 40 entry.

Elsewhere, Chicago rapper Lil Durk enters at 32 with his latest collection Just Cause Y’all Waited.

Finally, as music icon Stevie Wonder celebrates his 70th birthday this week, his retrospective The Definitive Collection climbs ten places to Number 40, marking its first appearance in the Top 40 since October 2015.

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