There’s no stopping Eminem at the moment: his latest album Kamikaze extends its reign at Number 1 for a fourth consecutive week on the Official Albums Chart, holding off a big new entry from Christine & The Queens.
Chris, the second album from the French artist, debuts at Number 3. The singer/songwriter/producer’s debut, Chaleur Humaine, entered at Number 8 in 2016 and went on to peak at Number 2. Look at Christine & The Queens Official UK Chart history in full.
New entries and high climbers
Four more new albums land inside the Top 10: Slash's third collaborative album with Myles Kennedy, Living The Dream, enters at 4, Suede score their eighth Top 10 album with The Blue Hour at 5, Bridges by US singer Josh Groban opens at 6, and blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa collects a fourth Top 10 record with Redemption at Number 7.
A new Prince album of demos and rarities, called Piano & A Microphone 1983, enters at Number 12, and Wolf Alice’s Visions Of A Life album re-enters at Number 15 following their Mercury Prize win – a 670% sales and streaming uplift since last week.
London rapper Chip earns his fourth Top 20 album with Ten10 at 17, The Big Bad Blues by Billy F Gibbons is new at 19, and US hip-hop group Brockhampton make their Official UK Chart debut with their fourth collection Iridescence at 20.
Further down, Irish band Villagers land at Number 28 with The Art Of Pretending To Swim, Brighton band Black Honey enter at 33 with their self-titled debut, and Kylie Minogue’s Golden leaps 16 places to 40 as she continues her UK arena tour this week.
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