Camila Cabello's success looks set to continue well into 2018 as her debut album, Camila, leads the way as the UK's biggest debut released this year.
With the first quarter of 2018 cleared (already!), OfficialCharts.com has revealed what has been soundtracking your year so far. Check out the Top 40 biggest singles of 2018 so far, and the Top 40 biggest albums of the year to date.
Camila's first collection places eighth on the overall list with 72,000 combined sales to date - narrowly behind big hitters Eminem and Pink and ahead of Little Mix and Paloma Faith.
Camila debuted at Number 2 back in January and has yet to leave the Official Albums Chart Top 20 (check out its week by week chart run here). As things stand, it's the only debut album released this year that's currently inside the YTD Top 40.
Hovering just below is Britain's Got Talent contestant Calum Scott with his debut Only Human. The collection, released four weeks ago, debuted at Number 4 on the Official Albums Chart.
Nottingham-born cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason claims the third biggest debut of 2018 so far; his debut album Inspiration landed at Number 18 in February and made him youngest cellist to break into the Official Albums Chart Top 20.
Other successful debuts this year include Year Of The Tiger by US singer-songwriter Myles Kennedy, a concept album that explores the death of his father in 1974, while the late Rick Parfitt's first and final studio album Over And Out, released last week, completes the Top 5.