Two new versions of already very successful albums feature in this week's New Music Friday releases.
After 21 non-consecutive weeks at Number 1 earlier in the year, a special Sing-A-Long edition of The Greatest Showman's Motion Picture Cast Recording is being released this week, and could to send the 4x Platinum album back to the top. Read up on the incredible numbers behind the year's biggest album so far here.
Dua Lipa also releases a repackaged edition of her self-titled debut album. The Complete Edition features three new songs Want To, Running, and Kiss And Make Up, a collaboration with K-pop girl group BLACKPINK. The album peaked at Number 3 following this year's BRIT Awards.
Other albums released this week include Richard Ashcroft's fifth solo album Natural Rebel, MØ's second record Forever Neverland, Shake The Spirit by Americana-pop singer-songwriter Elle King, and Bohemian Rhapsody, the soundtrack to the new movie about the career of rock legends Queen. Plus, Khalid and Nothing But Thieves share their new EPs, Suncity and What Did You Think When You Made Me This Way?.
New singles this week include Zara Larsson's Ruin My Life, the first taster from her next album, and James Arthur unveils Empty Space.
Friendly Fires release Heaven Let Me In from their long-awaited third album, Major Lazer team up with Tove Lo on Blow That Smoke and Cher Lloyd makes a surprise return with her first new music in four years, called None Of My Business.
Elsewhere, there are also new songs from The 1975, Brandi Carlile & Sam Smith, Calum Scott, Krept & Konan, Mariah Carey, Post Malone, and Zayn.